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Gross National Product — Second Quarter 1983 

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1981 Census of Population (Part 6): Changes in Work and Education Patterns and Family Incom 

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A Note on the Measurement of Poverty in Canada 

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Table of Contents 

vi The Family Life Cycle and Housing Consumption in Canada 

xxii Gross National Product — Second Quarter 1984 

1 Section 1 Selected Economic Indicators — Analytical Summary 

13 Section 2 Population Statistics 

17 Section 3 System of National Accounts 

35 Section 4 Labour 

57 Section 5 Prices 

67 Section 6 Manufacturing 

83 Section 7 Fuel, Power, Mining 

89 Section 8 Construction 

95 Section 9 Food and Agriculture 

101 Section 10 Domestic Trade 

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The Family Life Cycle and Housing Con- 
sumption in Canada: A Review Based on 
1981 Census Data 
♦G.E. Priest 

Introduction 

Studies of relationships between human groups and 
their socio-economic status and behaviour have 
become increasingly narrow in focus. Analysis has 
shifted from the household or the extended family to 
the nuclear family or even to specific stages in the 
family life cycle. The latter approach can be particu- 
larly insightful, especially if it also incorporates the 
age of the wife or lone parent. 

The family life cycle concept implies that families are 
formed through the union of a husband and wife, that 
they then expand as children are born, and then 
eventually contract as children begin to leave home. 
Finally, the husband and wife are left at the empty-nest 
stage. The concept is "normative" in its assumption 
that all families pass through all stages. In reality 
many families may "begin" by a woman having a child 
out of wedlock or outside of an established union. 
Other families dissolve long before the empty-nest 
stage due to death, separation or divorce. Some of 
these become lone-parent families as in the case of 
one spouse departing, leaving the other to raise the 
children alone. Still other families remain childless. 

Even though many individuals or families may not 
pass sequentially through the normative cycle, the 
concept is useful in terms of identifying the number of 
families and their characteristics that may be found in 
any given stage at a specific point in time. The 1981 
Census of Canada classified families into what was 
called census family structure which approximates 
both "normative" and "innovative" stages in the 



family life cycle. Linked with housing data, such as 
type of dwelling as well as with income and shelter 
expenditures, the family life cycle concept reflects 
considerable variation in housing consumption 
between the various types of families. 

This paper examines relationships between the family 
life cycle (census family structure) and the type of 
dwelling occupied, tenure, housing conditions, size of 
dwelling, family income and shelter expenditure. 

Some of the highlights of this examination reveal 
that: 



young female lone-parent families generally oc- 
cupy rental housing, which is small in size, in 
poor condition and requires excessive propor- 
tions of their income in monthly shelter 
payments; 

just under 960,000 Canadian families spend 
30% or more of their income on shelter; 
more than 375,000 Canadian families spend 
50% or more of their income on shelter; 
there are over 680,000 children in families which 
pay more that one-half of their income on shelter 

COStS; 

older families, particularly those who have re- 
mained childless or are in the "empty-nest" 
stage, who own their homes pay relatively low 
shelter expenditures compared to other 
families. 



'G.E. Priest is the Director ot the Housing Family and Social 
Statistics Division. 



VI 






Census Family Structure 

Table 1 shows a number of families by family structure 
based upon the life cycle concept and the age of the 
wife or lone parent as well as average family size and 
average number of children. For the purpose of this 
presentation where family data are linked to housing 
data, the family universe is restricted to those families 
who are responsible for paying basic expenses for 
their own dwellings (for example, the rent, or mort- 
gage, or taxes, or electricity) and have no additional 
persons such as lodgers or extended family members 
living with them.' Families are divided into two basic 
types, husband and wife and lone-parent. The latter 
are further divided into those with male parents and 
those with female parents. The former are subdivided 
into "childless" (in which there are no children pre- 
sent and the wife has never borne children), "empty- 
nest" (in which the wife has borne children but they 
are no longer living at home) and "with children" (in 
which there are currently children in the home). 

Nine out of ten of these families are husband-wife 
families while the balance are lone-parent families. Of 
the total families (husband-wife and lone-parent), 
67.7% are actively involved in child-rearing, 17.2% 
are at the empty-nest stage and 15.1% are childless. 
In seven out of ten of the childless families the wife is 
less than 35 years and, therefore, likely to still have 
children. The largest families, are of course, those 
with children and in which the wife is 35-44 years. 
Generally, for this group, childbearing has been com- 
pleted but older children have not yet started to leave 
home. 



Further examination of Table 1 indicates that some 
families may be considered anomalies. For example, 
there are 31 ,070 empty-nest families in which the wife 
is less that 35 years (and a further 35,080 with the 
wife 35-44 years). It is extremely unlikely that many of 
the children of these relatively young women would 
have grown up and left home to become independent. 
It is more probable that these are families in which the 
children are deceased, in foster homes or reside with 
parents of former unions. Another anomaly is the 
family in which the wife or lone parent is 55 years and 
over and there are still "children" at home. This is due 
to the census definition which includes any never- 
married person living with his or her parent or parents 
as a "child" in a census family. There are 431,765 
such families comprised of older parents and largely 
adult "children". The following anomalies are ex- 
cluded from tables in the remainder of the text: 



— husband-wife, empty-nest, wife less than 35 
years; 

— husband-wife, empty-nest, wife 35-44 years; 

— husband-wife, with children, wife more than 55 
years; 

— male lone-parent, parent more than 55 years; 

— female lone-parent, parent more than 55 years. 

The presentation of tabular material in the balance of 
the text also makes a distinction between "normative" 
and "innovative" families. Normative families are 
simply defined as those which adhere to the family life 
cycle model of family formation, growth, decline and 
empty-nest. Innovative families are seen as those 
which fall outside the model. That is, they remain 
childless or they consist of a lone parent. 



Family Structure and Type of Dwelling 

Steele 2 has hypothesized that familes with children 
prefer low density detached or semi-detached accom- 
modation with ground level access to private outdoor 
space. This type of housing is seldom available on the 
rental market. If a family has the economic means 
they will switch from renting to owning in order to 
acquire the desired configuration. 

If single-detached dwellings are seen as the ideal for 
families with children, Figure 1 shows that that goal is 
most likely to be realized by older families. For 
example, 65.0% of the husband-wife families with 
children, in which the wife is less than 35 years, live 
in single-detached dwellings. This increases to 77.5% 
for families with children where the wife is 35-44 
years, and to 78.5% where the wife is 45-54 years. 
Female lone-parent families have the lowest occupa- 
tion rates for single-detached dwellings, especially 
where the parent is less than 35 years (23.3%). 
Although empty-nest families no longer "need" the 
housing attributes they sought when they had chil- 
dren, it is interesting to note that 71 .7% of them (wife 
is 45-54 years) continued to occupy single-detached 
dwellings compared to 61.0% of those in the same 
age group who remained childless. 

For the normative families, the occupancy rate for 
high-rise apartments is at its highest for the young, 
childless couple (wife is under 35 years) at 46.6%. 
This falls to 31.8% for the young husband-wife family 
with children and falls further to 20.7% and 19.5% 
for families with children with the wives 35-44 years 
and 45-54 years respectively. Apartment living then 
increases marginally for the empty-nest families. 



1 Family is defined here as a husband and wife with or without 
never-married children living with them or a lone parent with at least 
one never-married child. 



2 Marion Steele, The Demand for Housing in Canada, Statistics 
Canada, Ottawa, 1979; p. 123. 



VII 



Table 1 . Family Structure of Families Responsible for Paying the Basic Expenses for Their Own Dwellings by Average Size and 
Average Number of Children, Canada, 1981 



Family structure 



Number of 
families 



% 

Total 

families 



Average 
size 



Average 
number of 
children 



Husband-wife with children 
Wife aged <35 
Wife aged 35-44 
Wife aged 45-54 
Wife aged 55+ 

Husband-wife, childless 
Wife aged <35 
Wife aged 35-44 
Wife aged 45-54 
Wife aged 55 + 

Husband-wife, empty-nest 
Wife aged <35 
Wife aged 35-44 
Wife aged 45-54 
Wife aged 55 + 

Male lone-parent 
Parent aged <35 
Parent aged 35-44 
Parent aged 45-54 
Parent aged 55 + 

Female lone-parent 
Parent aged <35 
Parent aged 35-44 
Parent aged 45-54 
Parent aged 55 + 

Total families 

Wife or parent aged <35 

Wife or parent aged 35-44 

Wife or parent aged 45-54 

Wife or parent aged 55 + 



3,266 

1 ,370 

983 

629 

282 

850 

597 

65 

51 

136 

967 

31 

35 

183 

718 

82 
7 
21 
24 
29 

464 
139 
113 
92 
119 

5,632 
2,146 
1 ,218 
980 
1 ,286 



570 
880 
556 
290 
845 

570 
905 
435 
180 
050 

870 
070 
080 
290 
435 

785 
815 
270 
505 
190 

415 
120 
025 
550 
730 

210 
785 
370 
810 
250 



58.0 
24.3 
17.5 
11 .2 
5.0 



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10, 
1 , 
0, 
2. 



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0.6 
0.6 
3.3 

12.8 

1 .5 
0.1 
0.4 
0.4 
0.5 

8.2 
2.5 

2.0 
1 .6 
2.1 

100.0 



4.1 
3.9 
4.4 
4.1 
3.5 

2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 
2.0 



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2.6 
2.8 
2.8 

2.4 

2.7 
2.7 
3.1 
2.9 
2.3 

3.3 
3.3 
4.1 
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2.4 



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IX 



The innovative families always retain higher apartment 
occupancy rates for any given age group. For exam- 
ple, couples who remain childless have higher rates 
than either empty-nest families or families with chil- 
dren. The highest rates, however, are maintained by 
the lone-parent families, particularly the female lone 
parent less than 35 years where over 66% live in 
apartments. Very few of these families, therefore, 
would seem to be realizing the goal of ground level 
access to private outdoor space for their children. 

Tenure 

The tenure status of families is reflected in Figure 2 
where it is seen that there is a close relationship 
between tenure and type of dwelling. For example, 
42.6% of the young childless families (wife less than 
35 years) live in single-detached dwellings and 42.8% 
live in owned dwellings. This would seem to support 
the premise that single-detached dwellings are not 
generally available on the rental market. For norma- 
tive families ownership peaks for older families with 
children at 87.5% (wife 45-54 years) and then falls off 
for empty-nest families. Ownership rates for the inno- 
vative childless families remain relatively consistent at 
just over 70% regardless of the age of the wife. 

Noteworthy are the very low rates of ownership for the 
female lone-parent families, especially those with 
young parents (less than 35 years) which stand at only 
16.5%. In other words, 83.5% of these young families 
are tenants rather than owners. 

Thus it is seen that a number of factors appear to be 
related to a family's choice of type of dwelling and 
tenure including presence of children, presence of a 
spouse, and the age of the wife or parent. 

Housing Conditions 

For the most part Canadian dwellings are in good 
condition. In 1981, close to 77% of all households 
reported that their dwellings needed only regular 
maintenance. Close to 1 7% reported that their dwell- 
ings needed minor repairs while just over 6% re- 
ported that their dwellings were in need of major 
repairs. As seen in Figure 3, older childless families 
and families at the empty-nest stage have the highest 
rates of dwellings in good condition, and conversely, 
the lowest rates of dwellings in need of repairs. 

Husband-wife childless families in which the wife is 55 
years and over are the best housed with 83.1% of 
their dwellings in good condition. Only 12.3% are in 
need of minor repairs and 4.6% in need of major 
repairs. 

For families with children, including both husband- 
wife and lone-parent, there is a consistent pattern with 



regard to housing conditions. It seems that the best 
housed families, of any given structure, are always in 
the ages 35-44 years. Clearly, for some reason, both 
younger families and older families with children have 
the highest rates of dwellings in need of repairs. 
However, lone-parent families have considerably 
higher rates of dwellings in need of repairs than 
husband-wife families. In fact, young lone-parent fami- 
lies have the highest rates of dwellings in poor condi- 
tion (31.6% for male lone parents less than 35 years 
and 32.1% for female lone parents in the same age 
group). Young male lone parents have the highest rate 
of dwellings in need of minor repair (23.3%) while 
female lone parents of all ages have the highest rates 
of dwellings in need of major repair (as high as 1 1 .0% 
for females less than 35 years). 



Size of Dwelling 

The census provides a rather crude measure of the 
size of dwellings in that only a count of rooms is 
provided rather than the actual physical dimensions 
of living space in terms of square feet or square 
metres. Nevertheless, even this albeit crude measure 
indicates that generally the younger the family, the 
fewer the rooms they occupy. For families with chil- 
dren, both lone-parent and husband-wife, the max- 
imum space occupied occurs for the age group 45- 
54. There are significant differences between the 
various family structures, however. For example, 
young husband-wife families (wife less than 35 years) 
with children occupy an average of 6.2 rooms, while 
male lone parents in the same age group occupy 5.4 
and female lone parents 4.9. 

Empty-nest families occupy more space than childless 
families in the same age groups indicating a possible 
tendency to stay on in larger family homes after the 
children have left. The reason for this apparent over- 
consumption of housing may be due to a number of 
factors including familiarity with neighbourhood, eco- 
nomic security, desirability of having space available 
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To summarize to this point, the largest families occur 
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group which has the highest occupancy rate of dwell- 
ings in good condition. However, the highest occu- 
pancy rates for single-detached dwellings, owned 
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45-54. While it would appear that the greatest "need" 
for the maximum in accommodation occurs in the age 
group 35-44, apparently that need is not met until 
families reach the 45-54 year age group, when fami- 
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ture of adult children. This lag is probably due in large 
part to factors related to income and shelter 
expenditures. 



Family Income 

Family income can be examined from two perspec- 
tives — total income or per capita income. The latter, 
while based upon total income earned by the family, 
takes into account the number of persons in the 
family. For example, for husband-wife families, where 
the wife is 45-54 years, the total average family 
income was $37,304 in 1980. The per capita income, 
however, was only $9,125, considerably less than the 
$14,022 of the empty-nest families in the same age 
group. If one's interest is in the purchasing power of 
families then the total income is the better figure. If, on 
the other hand, the interest is in the number of people 
a family's income has to support, then per capita 
income may be a more useful measure. The following 
presentation examines per capita income in compar- 
ing the incomes of the various families but uses total 
income in calculating shelter cost to income 
relationships. 

Generally, family income increases with age. This is 
due to a number of factors including increased in- 
come potential due to longer experience in the labour 
force, wives returning to the labour force with increas- 
ing independence of older children and, to a certain 
degree, contributions of older children who may be 
working part-time or even working full-time but still 
living at home. The different family structures, how- 
ever, display very different patterns of per capita 
income as seen in Figure 5. 

For example, the husband-wife childless family with 
the wife aged less than 35 had a per capita income of 
$13,461 in 1980. Families who have remained child- 
less had peak earnings of $17,487 for the age group 
35-44 which was an exception compared to all other 
families where earnings peaked for the 45-54 year 
age group. However, even the latter group of childless 
families, at $14,864, had a higher per capita income 
than any other family. Empty-nest families had the 
next highest per capita incomes ($14,022 for the 
45-54 year age group). It is probable that the childless 
families have the higher incomes because the wife is 
more likely to have more labour force experience (and 
hence a higher potential income) than a wife who has 
taken time out of the labour force to raise children. 

Young families, where the wife or parent is aged less 
than 35, show great discrepancies in income. As 
noted above, the husband-wife childless families had 
a per capita income of $13,461 but the husband-wife 



family with children had less than half that amount at 
$6,511. This was even less than male lone-parent 
families in the same age group who had $6,978 per 
capita. An important distinction, however, is that the 
husband-wife family has the option of one parent 
staying home with young children or arranging for day 
care while both parents work. The lone-parent family, 
on the other hand, does not have such an option. If the 
parent wishes to work then some kind of day care 
arrangement must be made and the cost must be 
borne. This may be a factor in the alarmingly low per 
capita incomes of young female lone-parent families 
where the 1 980 income was a mere $2,904 which was 
less than half that of other young families with children 
and less than one-quarter that of the young childless 
families. 

These striking differences demand a look at labour 
force participation rates which are shown in Tables 2 
and 3. Young husbands and male lone parents show 
marginal differences in both participation rates and 
employment rates. For example, participation rates 
for husbands, with and without children are exactly 
the same at 96.9% although employment rates are 
slightly higher for husbands with children. Male lone 
parents have slightly lower rates for both participation 
and employment at 91.5% and 82.1% respectively. 
A very different picture emerges for young wives and 
female lone parents where the participation rates 
stand at 88.0% for those in childless families but falls 
to 51.6% for husband-wife families with children. It 
stands at 58.7% for female lone parents who have an 
employment rate of 50.0%. Table 4 shows a compar- 
ative employment rate of families that have at least 
one spouse or lone parent employed. In effect, 97.1 % 
of the young childless couples have a breadwinner 
which drops to 94.9% for the couple with children to 
82.1% for the young male lone-parent families, to 
50.0% for young female lone-parent families. 

Figure 6 provides some further comparisons of hus- 
band-wife and lone-parent families of broader age 
groups in terms of labour force and employment 
activity. In husband-wife childless families with the 
wife less than 35 years, both the husband and the wife 
are employed in 75.6% of the cases. In 10.3% of 
these families the husband is employed but the wife is 
not in the labour force. The balance of the families 
(14.1%) involve various combinations of husbands 
and wives employed, unemployed, or not in the labour 
force. By comparison, families in the same age group, 
with children, have only 43.7% of their number with 
both husband and wife employed. An almost equal 
proportion have the husband employed but the wife 
not in the labour force. For the age group 35-44, 
however, 53.9% of the husband-wife families, with 



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Table 2. Husbands and Male Lone Parents by Selected Family Structures, Showing Labour Force Participation Rates 
and Employment Rates, 1 Canada, 1981 



Family structure 


Participation 
rate 

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Employment 
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Husbands in husband-wife childless families, wife <35 
Husbands in husband-wife families with children, wife <35 
Male lone parents 


96.9 
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91 .9 
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population in question rather than the population in the labour force. 



Table 3. Wives and Female Lone Parents by Selected Family Structures, Showing Labour Force Participation Rates 
and Employment Rates, 1 Canada, 1981 



Family structure 


Participation 
rate 

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Employment 

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Wives in husband-wife childless families, wife <35 
Wives in husband-wife families with children, wife <35 
Female lone parents 


88.0 
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58.7 


81 .0 
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population in question rather than the population in the labour force. 



Table 4. Families by Selected Family Structures, Showing Percent that Have a Lone Parent 
or One or Both Spouses Employed, Canada, 1 981 



Family structure 


% employed 


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Husband-wife, with children, wife <35 
Male lone parent, <35 
Female lone parent, <35 


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94.9 
82.1 
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Major source of income 




Family structure 


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children, have both the husband and wife employed 
indicating a possible return to work on the part of the 
wife as children mature and become more indepen- 
dent. It is interesting to note that for an older genera- 
tion of husband-wife families, with children (wife aged 
45-54), the proportion of families with both spouses 
employed falls to 45.4% almost identical to the emp- 
ty-nest families of the same age group. A similar 
generational drop is seen for the childless couples 
where the proportion of families with both spouses 
employed is only 48.3% (wife aged 45-54). 

This may indicate a generation where attitude, lack of 
appropriate training or lack of opportunity has kept 
women out of the labour force. 

On the other hand, low participation rates for young 
women (less than 35 years) with children are clearly 
tied to the bearing and rearing of those children; as 
was seen in Table 3, an employment rate of 46.1 % for 
young wives with children and 50.0% for young 
female lone parents. These low rates obviously have 
a profound effect upon income. Table 5, which shows 
major source of income for selected young families, 
clearly indicates significant differences in the propor- 
tion of income received from various sources. For 
example, wages and salaries are the major source of 
income for 93.5% of the childless families, 87.8% of 
the husband-wife families with children, 82.5% of the 
male lone-parent families but only 47.6% of the 
female lone-parent families. 

It would appear that the very low per capita incomes 
of the young female lone-parent families are due, in 
large part, to their low employment rates and their 
subsequent dependence upon government transfer 
payments. Just over 48% of these families were 
dependent upon such transfer payments for their 
major source of income. 

As has been seen, families of different structures are 
quite diverse in terms of their occupancy patterns and 
consumption of housing. Similarly, there are marked 
differences between families in terms of their employ- 
ment and hence their income. The proportion of 
income spent on shelter would appear to be a factor 
in the occupancy and consumption patterns. 



Shelter Expenditures 

While family income is highly dependent upon em- 
ployment the result impacts heavily upon the ability to 
cope with the cost of providing shelter. As a general 
rule it has often been stated that families paying 30% 
or more of their income on shelter are carrying a 
difficult financial burden. Those paying 50% or more 



XVIII 



might be considered to be in a serious financial 
situation. Figures 7 and 8 show the percentage of 
renter and owner families paying more than these 
proportions on shelter. Figure 7, which deals with 
renter families, again shows considerable discrepan- 
cies between families of different structures and again 
young families require special mention. Note that 
14.4% of young childless families (wife less than 35 
years) pay 30% or more of their income on shelter but 
this rises to 21.4% of similar young couples with 
children. Young male lone-parent families were worse 
off where 35.8% of them expend over 30% of their 
income on shelter. Over 73% of the young female 
lone parents found themselves in a similar situation. 
In fact, 46.7% of these latter families paid over 50% 
of their income on shelter. Generally, childless fami- 
lies and older husband-wife families with children paid 
lower proportions of their incomes on rent and other 
shelter costs than did other families. 

Figure 8 presents the shelter costs of owner families 
where a very different picture is seen compared to 
renter families. In the case of the owner families, the 
proportion of income spent on shelter is consistently 
lower the older the family. For example, 22.2% of 
young husband-wife families, with children, pay 30% 
or more of their income on shelter. This drops to 
13.2% of the husband-wife families, with children, in 
the age group 35-44 and to 7.8% of the older families 
aged 45-54. Again, however, high numbers of lone- 
parent families, especially the young females, pay 
excessively high proportions of their income on shel- 
ter (70.2% of female lone parents less than 35 
years). 

Figures 7 and 8 provide a useful comparison of 
owners and renters. Generally, renters pay a higher 
proportion of their income on shelter than owners. 
This is true for most families of any given structure 
with some notable exceptions. Young husband-wife 
families, both with and without children, have higher 
proportions of owners than renters paying 30% or 
more on shelter. The same holds for male lone-parent 
families in the age groups of less than 35 and 35-44. 
In all other cases higher proportions of renters than 
owners bear heavy shelter costs. This probably re- 
flects the heavy initial outlay required of young fami- 
lies who are purchasing their first home and may have 
found it necessary to carry second mortgages. It also 
reflects the generally lower incomes of young families 
compared to older families. 

One of the advantages of owning compared to renting 
is seen in families in the older age groups. For 
example, 25.3% of empty-nest renter families pay 
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comparative figure for empty-nest owner families is 
only 7.9%. A similar pattern emerges for all other 
older families. In 1980, renter empty-nest families, 
wife aged 35 and over, paid an average of $265 per 
month on shelter. Owners in the same group paid an 
average of only $193. For childless families in the 
same age group, renters paid $270 per month on 
average while owners paid $185. This evidently re- 
flects situations where many owner families have paid 
off their mortgages and have only to pay for taxes, 
services and utilities. 



Summary 

It is apparent that families of different structures or of 
different stages of the life cycle display significantly 
different patterns of housing consumption. 

Single-detached dwellings appear to be a desired 
type of housing for families. Even relatively high 
proportions in the range of 60%-63% of established 
childless families occupy single-detached dwellings. 
Husband-wife families with children, followed by emp- 
ty-nest families, have the highest occupancy rates of 
this form of low density housing. Since single- 
detached dwellings are not often available on the 
rental market, families showing the highest rates for 
single detached also show the highest rates of home 
ownership. Young female lone-parent families have 
extremely low ownership rates and higher occupancy 
rates of higher density housing such as apartments or 
row housing. 

While most Canadian housing is in good condition 
older childless families and empty-nest families would 
appear to generally occupy the housing in the best 
condition. Young male lone-parent families have the 
highest occupancy rates of housing in need of minor 
repair while young female lone parents have the 
highest rates for dwellings in need of major repair. 

As might be expected, husband-wife families with 
children occupy the largest dwellings while young 
female lone-parent families occupy the smallest. Many 
empty-nest families appear to stay on in the homes in 
which they raised their families, even though they no 
longer face the same pressing need for the space that 
they did when their children were home. 

The ability to acquire the type and size of housing 
desired appears to be closely related to income. 
Generally, young families have the lowest per capita 
incomes but pay the highest shelter costs. Young 
husband-wife families with children who are renters 
had an average income of $20,209 in 1980 and they 
paid an average $272 a month on shelter. Similar 



young families who were owners had an average 
income in the same year of $28,039 and paid an 
average of $493 a month on shelter. Higher incomes 
apparently allowed some of these young families to 
switch from renting to owning and to acquire the 
desired lower density housing but just over 22% of 
these families faced some financial difficulty in paying 
30% or more of their income on mortgage and other 
shelter costs. 

Older family home-owners have a relative security in 
that their shelter costs are lower than other families 
and less of their income is spent on shelter but 
lone-parent families, particularly young females, face 
severe financial burdens maintaining less desirable 
and generally poorer housing. The high shelter cost to 
income ratio of these female lone parents is certainly 
heavily influenced by their low employment rates and 
dependency upon government transfer payments. 

While the above presentation has allowed compari- 
sons between families of various structures and at 
different stages of the life cycle, which was its pur- 
pose, it has not provided an indication of the magni- 
tude of some of the problem areas. It is with the 
following, somewhat sombre figures, that this paper 
concludes. Just under 960,000 Canadian families 
spend 30% or more of their income on shelter, close 
to 400,000 are young families with young children. 

Of even more concern are the more than 375,000 
families who expend 50% or more of their income on 
shelter of whom close to 159,000 are young families 
with young children. Close to 95,000 female lone- 
parent families with the parent aged less than 35 pay 
such excessive proportions of their income on shelter. 
Generally they occupy the least desirable and poorest 
accommodation. 

There are over 1 60,000 young children in these young 
female lone-parent families and over 520,000 in other 
young families where one-half of the income is spent 
on shelter. One wonders what hardships are borne in 
attempting to provide adequate clothing, proper nour- 
ishment and a minimum of amenities for these 
children. 



References 

Marion Steele, The Demand for Housing in Canada, 
Statistics Canada, Ottawa, 1979. 

Gordon E. Priest, "Housing Highlights", The Cana- 
dian Statistical Review, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, 
September 1983. 

Unpublished 1981 Census data. 



XXI 



Gross National Product 



Second Quarter 1 984 
Advance Information 

Gross National Product rose 2.0% in the second 
quarter of 1 984 to a level of $418.9 billion, seasonally 
adjusted at annual rates. After allowing for a 1.2% 
increase in overall prices, real GNP increased 0.7%, 
the same rate of increase as in the first quarter. Real 
GNP, which had recovered to its pre-recession level 
of activity during the fourth quarter of 1983, has now 
expanded a further 1.5% beyond this level. 

Growth in economic activity in the second quarter was 
moderate in total, but was broadly based. This was in 
marked contrast to the first quarter when growth was 
dominated by the auto industry, both domestically and 
in the foreign sector. During the second quarter 
personal expenditure recorded modest growth, and 
there was an increase in building activity — both 
non-residential and residential. Investment in machin- 
ery ad equipment fell, while inventory investment 
increased largely due to an accumulation of durable 
goods. 

The volume of personal expenditure on goods and 
services advanced 1.0% in the second quarter. In 
contrast to the dominance of auto and auto related 
purchases in the first quarter, expenditure growth was 
more diffuse in the second. A sharp increase in 
spending on semi-durable goods was led by clothing 
sales and supported by widespread increases in other 
categories. Expenditure on durable goods rose at 
about half the rate of growth as in the first quarter with 
increases in the non-auto components only partly 
offsetting the weakness in new passenger car sales. 
Spending on non-durable goods rose 0.6% following 
two quarters of decline while spending on services 
rose 0.4% in the quarter. 

Real residential construction activity increased 2.3% 
in the second quarter following three consecutive 



quarters of decline. The volume of spending on new 
dwelling construction rose as work continued on units 
previously started and construction commenced on a 
slightly lower number of new units in the second 
quarter. Also contributing to growth of residential 
construction were small increases in real estate com- 
missions generated in the market for resale housing 
and in alterations and improvements. 

Following three quarters of slow growth, real spending 
on business plant and equipment dropped 0.8% in 
the second quarter, due to a decline of almost 4% in 
machinery and equipment investment. While domestic 
production and imports of a wide variety of machinery 
and equipment grew substantially, these goods went 
largely into exports or inventories rather than into final 
domestic demand. The non-residential construction 
component of investment advanced almost 3% in real 
terms. This strength appeared to be concentrated in 
small and medium-sized building projects. In nominal 
terms, the growth in plant and equipment investment 
during the first half of the year is broadly in line with 
the increase indicated by the mid-year estimate from 
the Private and Public Investment Survey for 1984. 
Inventory investment contributed to growth, as the 
rate of accumulation of non-farm inventories rose to 
$1040 million from $676 million in the previous quar- 
ter. Stock accumulation was almost entirely in manu- 
facturing and included durable goods related to ma- 
chinery and equipment investment. A substantial 
contribution was aJso made by the swing in wood and 
paper inventories following labour disputes in British 
Columbia which reduced production in the first quar- 
ter. These developments resulted in a small increase 
in stock-to-sales ratios in the quarter. While stock- 
to-sales ratios are historically low, this rise should 
probably not be taken as signalling the start of a 
sustained upturn as the most recent Statistics Canada 
business conditions survey reported a continuing 
cautious attitude by manufacturers with respect to 
inventory levels. 



XXII 



Following an 8.9% growth in the first quarter, real 
merchandise exports declined marginally in the sec- 
ond quarter. Exports of autos and auto parts were the 
main source of the downturn as they fell by almost 
9%. Partly offsetting this decline were increased 
exports of paper products, industrial machinery, 
crude petroleum, transportation equipment and grains 
and grain products. Merchandise imports recorded a 
small decline in constant dollar terms, down sharply 
from the first quarter growth and again attributable to 
autos and auto parts. In nominal terms, higher export 
prices pushed the merchandise trade balance up $3.7 
billion to a record $21.6 billion, at annual rates. The 
non-merchandise deficit increased by a smaller 
amount and the balance on goods and services swung 
from a deficit of $0.5 billion to a surplus of $1.9 
billion. 

In line with the continued moderate rate of increase of 
major price indexes in the economy, the GNE implicit 
price index grew 1.2%, unchanged from the first 
quarter rate of growth. The implicit index for final 
domestic demand increased by only 0.6%. The differ- 
ence between this measure and the total implicit 
deflator is almost entirely due to a strong 3.4% rise in 
the terms of trade as prices of merchandise exports 
rose almost 5%. Price movements in other major 
aggregates included a slowing in the rate of increase 
in the deflators for personal expenditure and gross 
fixed capital formation. 



Corporate profits were little changed in the second 
quarter following a 1 0.8% growth in the first. Profit 
growth in the non-financial sector was moderate in 
total, although much of this growth was attributable to 
a recovery of profits in the paper and allied industry 
following first quarter production disruptions due to 
labour disputes. Offsetting the moderate growth in 
non-financial sector profits was weakness in the finan- 
cial sector. 

Labour income rose 1.7% in the second quarter 
following a rate of increase of 0.8% in the first. This 
reflected primarily a faster pace of growth in employ- 
ment during the second quarter. There was also a 
sharp 7.9% increase in personal investment income 
and a decline in personal income taxes, resulting in a 
3.8% advance in personal disposable income, the 
first increase in three quarters. This increase, in 
excess of the growth in personal expenditure, caused 
the personal savings rate to return to the 1983 
level. 

The total government sector deficit, on a national 
accounts basis, rose $6.2 billion to a seasonally 
adjusted rate of $27.6 billion. Total expenditures 
increased 2.8%, largely due to higher transfers to 
persons, subsidies and capital assistance. Govern- 
ment revenues declined 0.4%, mainly as a result of 
lower collections of personal income taxes and petro- 
leum-related indirect taxes. 



XXIII 



Statistical Tables 



Table 1. National Income and Gross National Product. Seasonally Adjusted at Annual Rates. Millions of dollars. 

I II III IV 1983 



10 



11 



12 
13 

14 



Wages, salaries, and supplementary labour 

income 

Percentage Change 

Military pay and allowances . . . 

Percentage Change 

Corporation profits before taxes 

Percentage Change 

Deduct Dividends paid to non-residents 

Percentage Change 

Interest, and miscellaneous investment income 

Percentage Change 

Accrued net income of farm operators from farm 

production 

Percentage Change 

Net income of non-farm unincorporated business 

including rent 

Percentage Change 

Inventory valuation adjustment 

Absolute Change 

Net national income at factor cost 

Percentage Change 

Indirect taxes less subsidies 

Percentage Change 

Capital consumption allowances and miscellaneous 

valuation adjustments 

Percentage Change 

Residual error of estimate 

Gross national product at market prices 374272 

Percentage Change 

(Gross National Product at market prices excluding 

accrued net income of farm operators) 

Percentage Change 



211296 


217808 


222264 


224484 


218963 


226240 


230064 


0.8 


3.1 


2.0 


1 .0 


5.5 


0.8 


1 .7 


2296 


2332 


2412 


2460 


2375 


2564 


2576 


3.2 


1 .6 


3.4 


2.0 


9.1 


4.2 


0.5 


28340 


31628 


34928 


35840 


32684 


39728 


39444 


25.0 


11 .6 


10.4 


2.6 


54.8 


10.8 


-0.7 


-2648 


-2964 


-2752 


-2220 


-2646 


-4312 


-3828 


-29.4 


11 .9 


-7.2 


-19.3 


-26.7 


94.2 


-11 .2 


29544 


29628 


30472 


31336 


30245 


32912 


35268 


18.7 


0.3 


2.8 


2.8 


4.8 


5.0 


7.2 


3512 


3520 


3764 


3492 


3572 


3324 


3584 


-2.9 


0.2 


6.9 


-7.2 


-11.6 


-4.8 


7.8 


16948 


18436 


18980 


18968 


18333 


19436 


19852 


4.2 


8.8 


3.0 


-0.1 


23.5 


2.5 


2.1 


-1704 


-3580 


-2356 


-1960 


-2400 


-3488 


-2368 


-4288 


-1876 


1224 


396 


231 


-1528 


1120 


287584 


296808 


307712 


312400 


301126 


316404 


324592 


3.4 


3.2 


3.7 


1 .5 


10.6 


1 .3 


2.6 


39396 


41436 


42460 


42376 


41417 


44548 


43036 


-2.8 


5.2 


2.5 


-0.2 


2.6 


5.1 


-3.4 


46192 


46560 


48652 


48672 


47519 


50304 


51340 


1 .6 


0.8 


4.5 


- 


6.4 


3.4 


2.1 


1100 


444 


-124 


-308 


278 


-444 


-96 


374272 


385248 


398700 


403140 


390340 


410812 


418872 


2.4 


2.9 


3.5 


1 .1 


8.9 


1 .9 


2.0 


370760 


381728 


394936 


399648 


386768 


407488 


415288 


2.4 


3.0 


3.5 


1 .2 


9.2 


2.0 


1 .9 






XXIV 



"able 2. Gross National Expenditure. Seasonally Adjusted at Annual Rates. Millions of Dollars. 



1983 



IV 1984 



Personal expenditure on consumer goods and 

services 220468 

Percentage Change 

Durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Semi-durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Non-durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Services 

Percentage Change 

Government current expenditure on goods and 

services 

Percentage Change 

Gross fixed capital formation 

Percentage Change 

Government 

Percentage Change 

Residential construction 

Non-residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Machinery and equipment 

Percentage Change 

Business 

Percentage Change 

Residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Non-residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Machinery and equipment 

Percentage Change 

Value of physical change in inventories 

Absolute Change 

Government 

Absolute Change 

Business Non-farm 

Absolute Change 

Farm and grain in commercial channels 
Absolute Change 



Exports of goods and services 1 00964 

Percentage Change 

(of which merchandise) 

Percentage Change 

Deduct: Imports of goods and services 

Percentage Change 

(of which merchandise) 

Percentage Change 

Residual error of estimate 

Gross national expenditure at market prices 374272 

Percentage Change 

Final domestic demand 

Percentage Change 



220468 


226264 


232572 


237432 


229184 


241668 


245276 


1 .7 


2.6 


2.8 


2.1 


9.1 


1 .8 


1 .5 


27400 


28908 


30296 


31704 


29577 


32948 


33488 


3.5 


5.5 


4.8 


4.6 


14.8 


3.9 


1.6 


24580 


24928 


25228 


25780 


25129 


25616 


26460 


2.8 


1 .4 


1 .2 


2.2 


7.2 


-0.6 


3.3 


68036 


70556 


72804 


73528 


71231 


74848 


75420 


-0.4 


3.7 


3.2 


1 .0 


6.1 


1 .8 


0.8 


100452 


101872 


104244 


106420 


103247 


108256 


109908 


2.5 


1 .4 


2.3 


2.1 


10.3 


1 .7 


1 .5 


80900 


83656 


84948 


86912 


84104 


88460 


89312 


-0.7 


3.4 


1 .5 


2.3 


8.1 


1 .8 


1 .0 


77016 


77980 


77892 


77700 


77647 


78964 


79560 


-2.8 


1 .3 


-0.1 


-0.2 


-2.1 


1 .6 


0.8 


10836 


10884 


11120 


11352 


11048 


11408 


11556 


-1 .3 


0.4 


2.2 


2.1 


3.7 


0.5 


1 .3 


72 


80 


140 


152 


111 


76 


76 


9072 


9040 


9100 


9156 


9092 


9152 


9232 


-2.6 


-0.4 


0.7 


0.6 


1 .6 


- 


0.9 


1692 


1764 


1880 


2044 


1845 


2180 


2248 


6.5 


4.3 


6.6 


8.7 


12.3 


6.7 


3.1 


66180 


67096 


66772 


66348 


66599 


67556 


68004 


-3.1 


1 .4 


-0.5 


-0.6 


-3.0 


1 .8 


0.7 


14984 


17520 


16900 


15344 


16187 


15404 


15856 


8.1 


16.9 


-3.5 


-9.2 


22.4 


0.4 


2.9 


25168 


24240 


23736 


24024 


24292 


24436 


25028 


-6.6 


-3.7 


-2.1 


1 .2 


-12.2 


1 .7 


2.4 


26028 


25336 


26136 


26980 


26120 


27716 


27120 


-5.3 


-2.7 


3.2 


3.2 


-6.0 


2.7 


-2.2 


-4680 


-6648 


5028 


1404 


-1224 


1752 


2760 


7712 


-1968 


11676 


-3624 


7911 


348 


1008 


- 


- 


-68 


-112 


-45 


-20 


52 


-8 


- 


-68 


-44 


-114 


92 


72 


-3608 


-6456 


5288 


2068 


-677 


2340 


3008 


8488 


-2848 


11744 


-3220 


8669 


272 


668 


-1072 


-192 


-192 


-552 


-502 


-568 


-300 


-768 


880 


- 


-360 


-644 


-16 


268 


100964 


105948 


108292 


117472 


108169 


126488 


130592 


2.6 


4.9 


2.2 


8.5 


6.3 


7.7 


3.2 


84532 


88968 


90620 


99180 


90825 


107204 


112064 


4.6 


5.2 


1 .9 


9.4 


7.4 


8.1 


4.5 


-99296 


-101508 


-110156 - 


-118088 - 


107262 


-126964 


-128724 


3.0 


2.2 


8.5 


7.2 


6.8 


7.5 


1 .4 


-67488 


-67852 


-75088 


-82052 


-73120 


-89256 


-90436 


8.3 


0.5 


10.7 


9.3 


9.6 


8.8 


1 .3 


-1100 


-444 


124 


308 


-278 


444 


96 


374272 


385248 


398700 


403140 


390340 


410812 


418872 


2.4 


2.9 


3.5 


1 .1 


8.9 


1.9 


2.0 


378384 


387900 


395412 


402044 


390935 


409092 


414148 


0.3 


2.5 


1 .9 


1 .7 


6.5 


1 .8 


1 .2 



XXV 



Table 3. Gross National Expenditure in Constant (1971) Dollars Seasonally Adjusted at Annual Rates. Millions of Dollars. 



1983 



IV 1984 



9 
10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17 



19 

20 

21 

22 

23 

24 
25 

26 



Personal expenditure on consumer goods and 
services 

Percentage Change 

Durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Semi-durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Non-durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Services 

Percentage Change 

Government current expenditure on goods and 
services 

Percentage Change 

Gross fixed capital formation 

Percentage Change 

Government 

Percentage Change 

Residential construction 

Non-residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Machinery and equipment 

Percentage Change 

Business 

Percentage Change 

Residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Non-residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Machinery and equipment 

Percentage Change 

Value of physical change in inventories 

Absolute Change 

Government 

Non-farm 

Absolute Change 

Farm and grain in commercial channels 

Absolute Change 

Exports of goods and services 

Percentage Change 

(of which merchandise) 

Percentage Change 

Deduct Imports of goods and services 

Percentage Change 

(of which merchandise) 

Percentage Change 

Residual error of estimate 

Gross national expenditure (1971) dollars .... 

Percentage Change 

Final domestic demand 

Percentage Change 



82024 


83288 


84368 


85108 


83697 


85636 


86508 


1 .1 


1 .5 


1 .3 


0.9 


3.1 


0.6 


1 .0 


13748 


14404 


14960 


15464 


14644 


15996 


16256 


2.6 


4.8 


3.9 


3.4 


10.6 


3.4 


1 .6 


11168 


11200 


11236 


11408 


11253 


11280 


11604 


1 .5 


0.3 


0.3 


1 .5 


2.1 


-1.1 


2.9 


22344 


22756 


23068 


22808 


22744 


22724 


22868 


-0.8 


1 .8 


1 .4 


-1 . 1 


- 


-0.4 


0.6 


34764 


34928 


35104 


35428 


35056 


35636 


35780 


1 .5 


0.5 


0.5 


0.9 


2.7 


0.6 


0.4 


23340 


23552 


23764 


24012 


23667 


24104 


24056 


-1 .6 


0.9 


0.9 


1 .0 


0.3 


0.4 


-0.2 


27844 


28012 


27880 


27640 


27844 


27856 


27872 


-3.5 


0.6 


-0.5 


-0.9 


-4.9 


0.8 


0.1 


3944 


3920 


3992 


4052 


3977 


4056 


4092 


-1 .6 


-0.6 


1 .8 


1 .5 


1 .5 


0.1 


0.9 


28 


28 


48 


52 


39 


28 


28 


3188 


3140 


3144 


3144 


3154 


3128 


3144 


-3.4 


-1 .5 


0.1 


- 


-0.7 


-0.5 


0.5 


728 


752 


800 


856 


784 


900 


920 


7.1 


3.3 


6.4 


7.0 


8.9 


5.1 


2.2 


23900 


24092 


23888 


23588 


23867 


23800 


23780 


-3.8 


0.8 


-0.8 


-1.3 


-5.8 


0.9 


-0.1 


5188 


6136 


5888 


5320 


5633 


5316 


5436 


8.5 


18.3 


-4.0 


-9.6 


24.4 


-0.1 


2.3 


8984 


8528 


8304 


8356 


8543 


8408 


8636 


-7.6 


-5.1 


-2.6 


0.6 


-16.2 


0.6 


2.7 


9728 


9428 


9696 


9912 


9691 


10076 


9708 


-5.9 


-3.1 


2.8 


2.2 


-8.8 


1 .7 


-3.7 


-1924 


-1492 


1460 


1068 


-222 


456 


944 


2940 


432 


2952 


-392 


3428 


-612 


488 


- 


- 


-20 


-32 


-13 


-4 


16 


-1528 


-1516 


1588 


1268 


-47 


676 


1040 


3212 


12 


3104 


-320 


3568 


-592 


364 


-396 


24 


-108 


-168 


-162 


-216 


-112 


-268 


420 


-132 


-60 


-104 


-48 


104 


33164 


34496 


35124 


38388 


35293 


41512 


41136 


5.1 


4.0 


1 .8 


9.3 


6.4 


8.1 


-0.9 


27748 


28952 


29472 


32508 


29670 


35400 


35332 


7.9 


4.3 


1 .8 


10.3 


8.8 


8.9 


-0.2 


-33204 


-34428 


-36852 


-38848 


-35833 


-41276 


-41084 


5.1 


3.7 


7.0 


5.4 


8.1 


6.3 


-0.5 


-23008 


-23716 


-25808 


-27612 


-25036 


-29692 


-29676 


12.0 


3.1 


8.8 


7.0 


14.1 


7.5 


-0.1 


-380 


-148 


48 


108 


-93 


148 


32 


130864 


133280 


135792 


137476 


134353 


138436 


139464 


2.0 


1 .8 


1 .9 


1 .2 


3.3 


0.7 


0.7 


133208 


134852 


136012 


136760 


135208 


137596 


138436 


-0.4 


1 .2 


0.9 


0.5 


0.9 


0.6 


0.6 






XXVI 



able 4. Implicit Price Indexes, Gross National Expenditure using Seasonally Adjusted Data — 1971=100.0. 



Ill 



IV 



1983 



IV 1984 



Personal expenditure on consumer goods and 
services 

Percentage Change 

Durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Semi-durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Non-durable goods 

Percentage Change 

Services 

Percentage Change 

Government current expenditure on goods and 
services 

Percentage Change 

Gross fixed capital formation 

Percentage Change 

Government 

Percentage Change 

Non-residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Machinery and equipment 

Percentage Change 

Business 

Percentage Change 

Residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Non-residential construction 

Percentage Change 

Machinery and equipment 

Percentage Change 

Exports of goods and services 

Percentage Change 

(of which merchandise) 

Percentage Change 

Deduct Imports of goods and services 

Percentage Change 

(of which: merchandise) 

Percentage Change 

Gross national expenditure 

Percentage Change 



268.8 


271 .7 


275.7 


279.0 


273.8 


282.2 


283.5 


0.7 


1 .1 


1 .5 


1 .2 


5.8 


1 .1 


0.5 


199.3 


200.7 


202.5 


205.0 


202.0 


206.0 


206.0 


0.9 


0.7 


0.9 


1 .2 


3.8 


0.5 


- 


220.1 


222.6 


224.5 


226.0 


223.3 


227.1 


228.0 


1.3 


1 .1 


0.9 


0.7 


5.0 


0.5 


0.4 


304.5 


310.1 


315.6 


322.4 


313.2 


329.4 


329.8 


0.3 


1 .8 


1 .8 


2.2 


6.0 


2.2 


0.1 


289.0 


291.7 


297.0 


300.4 


294.5 


303.8 


307.2 


1 .0 


0.9 


1 .8 


1 .1 


7.4 


1 .1 


1 .1 


346.6 


355.2 


357.5 


362.0 


355.4 


367.0 


371 .3 


0.9 


2.5 


0.6 


1.3 


7.8 


1 .4 


1.2 


276.6 


278.4 


279.4 


281.1 


278.9 


283.5 


285.4 


0.7 


0.7 


0.4 


0.6 


2.9 


0.9 


0.7 


274.7 


277.7 


278.6 


280.2 


277.8 


281 .3 


282.4 


0.3 


1 .1 


0.3 


0.6 


2.2 


0.4 


0.4 


284.6 


287.9 


289.4 


291 .2 


288.3 


292.6 


293.6 


0.9 


1.2 


0.5 


0.6 


2.4 


0.5 


0.3 


232.4 


234.6 


235.0 


238.8 


235.3 


242.2 


244.3 


-0.5 


0.9 


0.2 


1 .6 


3.1 


1 .4 


0.9 


276.9 


278.5 


279.5 


281 .3 


279.0 


283.8 


286.0 


0.7 


0.6 


0.4 


0.6 


3.0 


0.9 


0.8 


288.8 


285.5 


287.0 


288.4 


287.4 


289.8 


291.7 


-0.4 


-1 .1 


0.5 


0.5 


-1 .6 


0.5 


0.7 


280.1 


284.2 


285.8 


287.5 


284.3 


290.6 


289.8 


1 .1 


1 .5 


0.6 


0.6 


4.7 


1 .1 


-0.3 


267.6 


268.7 


269.6 


272.2 


269.5 


275.1 


279.4 


0.7 


0.4 


0.3 


1 .0 


3.1 


1 .1 


1 .6 


304.4 


307.1 


308.3 


306.0 


306.5 


304.7 


317.5 


-2.4 


0.9 


0.4 


-0.7 


-0.1 


-0.4 


4.2 


304.6 


307.3 


307.5 


305.1 


306.1 


302.8 


317.2 


-3.1 


0.9 


0.1 


-0.8 


-1 .3 


-0.8 


4.8 


299.0 


294.8 


298.9 


304.0 


299.3 


307.6 


313.3 


-2.1 


-1 .4 


1 .4 


1 .7 


-1 .2 


1.2 


1 .9 


293.3 


286.1 


290.9 


297.2 


292.1 


300.6 


304.7 


-3.3 


-2.5 


1 .7 


2.2 


-3.9 


1 . 1 


1 .4 


286.0 


289.1 


293.6 


293.2 


290.5 


296.8 


300.3 


0.4 


1 .1 


1 .6 


-0.1 


5.5 


1 .2 


1 .2 



XXVII 



In the second quarter of 1984, Gross National Product Increased 2.0% to a level of $418 9 billion seasonally adjusted at 
annual rates In real terms GNP rose 0.7%. 



$ billions 
460 



420- 
380- 
340- 



1 1 1 - 

- Semi-logarithmic scale- 



billions 
^^460 
420 

380 

340 

300 

260 

220 

180 



300 

260 

220 






"GNP at market prices 



180- 
140- 

100- 



GNE at 1971 prices 



-100 



1981 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Per Cent 
6 



Quarter-to-Quarter Change 



Per Cent 



n Ml 



3NE at 1971 prices 
|GNP at market prices 







1981 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Wages, salaries and supplementary labour income and military pay and allowances rose 1 .7%, compared to 0.8% in the 
first quarter of 1984 Interest and miscellaneous investment income rose sharply while corporation profits were little 
changed in the quarter, following a 10.8% growth in the first 



Wages, salaries and 
military pay 



Corporation profits 
before taxes 



Dividends paid 
to non-residents 



Interest and miscellaneous 
investment income 



Accrued net income 
of farm operators 



Net income of non-farm 
unincorporated business including rent 



Indirect taxes 
less subsidies 



Inventory valuation 
adjustment 




|4'hqtr 1983 to 1st qtr. 1984 
1st qtr. 1984 to 2nd qtr . 1984 



Capital consumption allowances 

and miscellaneous valuation adjustments 

Gross national product 
at market prices 



Billion $ change 



Note: All quarterly data adjusted for seasonal variation and at annual rates 



10 



XXVIII 



Exports and imports of goods and services rose by 3 2% and 1.4% respectively with the result that the balance on goods 
and services swung from a deficit of $0.5 billion in the first quarter to a surplus of $1.9 billion in the second, seasonally 
adjusted at annual rates. 




1981 



1982 



1983 



1984 



$ billions 



Balances 



$ billion? 




1981 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Growth in economic activity was moderate, but broadly based. Personal expenditure recorded modest growth and there 
was an increase in both residential and non-residential building activity. Investment in machinery and equipment fell, 
while inventory investment increased. 

(Quarterly changes in GNE and components in constant (1971 ) dollars) 



Consumer expenditures on 
goods and services 



Government current 
expenditures 



Government 
capital formation 



Business housing 
investment 



_ 



Business investment 
in plant and equipment 



H 4th q tr. 1983 to 1st qtr, 1984 
I 1st qtr. 1984 to 2"d qtr. 1984 



Inventories farm and grain 
in commercial channels 



Inventories business 
non-farm 



Exports minus imports of 
goods and services 



Gross national expenditure 
in constant (1971) dollars 



0.6 0.4 0.2 

Note: All quarterly data adjusted for seasonal variation and at annual rates 



0.2 0.4 

Billion $ change 



0.6 



0.8 



1.0 



1.? 



XXIX 



Observations 

CANADA'S CHANGING POPULATION 

DISTRIBUTION 

Canada's population grew 12.9 per cent between 
1 971 and 1 981 , the lowest ten-year increase since the 
nineteen thirties. Since 1 901 , the proportion of Cana- 
dians living in the Atlantic Provinces has been de- 
creasing steadily while the proportion living in British 
Columbia has been increasing continuously. CAN- 
ADA'S CHANGING POPULATION DISTRIBUTION, a 
new publication from Statistics Canada, highlights 
major changes in the geographic distribution of Can- 
ada's population. 

CANADA 'S CHANGING POPULATION DISTRIBUTION 
delves into more recent trends. In the five-year period 
from 1976 to 1981, Alberta showed the strongest 
growth, accounting for 29.6 per cent of the growth in 
Canada's population, while Ontario and Quebec ac- 
counted for 26.7 per cent and 15.1 per cent 
respectively. 

During these five years there was a continuation of the 
trend which first emerged in the early nineteen seven- 






ties, that is, the share of Canadians living in rural 
areas (as opposed to urban areas) inched upwards. 
However, as this study reveals, much of this rural 
growth occurred close to the large urban areas. 

CANADA 'S CHANGING POPULATION DISTRIBUTION 
shows that interprovincial differences in proportions 
of elderly people, young people and immigrants are 
shrinking but that the provinces are steadily becoming 
more diverse with respect to the proportion of resi- 
dents who speak "French only". 

This publication is part of the Census Content Series 
of non-technical publications featuring many charts, 
graphs and maps. CANADA'S CHANGING POPULA- 
TION DISTRIBUTION will be of interest to teachers 
and students of geography and social studies. 

For your copy of CANADA'S CHANGING POPULA- 
TION DISTRIBUTION, (Catalogue No. 99-931, $5.50 
in Canada, $6.60 elsewhere), send a cheque or remit- 
tance payable to the Receiver General for Canada to: 
Publications Sales and Services, Statistics Canada, 
Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0T6. 






xxx 



Section 1 ■ Selected Economic Indicators 
Analytical Summary 

1.7 Charts 

8.11 Analytical Summary 

12 Business Leading Indicators for Canada 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Billions of dollars* 
440 



(Ratio Scale) 




120 



260 
250 
240 
230 
220 
210 
200 
190 



Gross National Product 









n 




^ — 


3 Current Dollars 






^^^^-""^ 
























Percentage Change 
9 




Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 




Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 

Implicit Price Indexes, 1971^100 

320 




240 



320 



7 Gross National Expenditure 




240 



320 



8 Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 




240 



9 Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 
1982 1983 

* At Annual Rates 



1984 




Implicit Price Indexes, 1971 100 

6 




1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Gross Domestic Product by Industry, Quarterly, In 1971 Constant Prices 



(Ratio Scale) 




110 



6 Industrial Production (Monthly) 



Canadian Balance of International Payments 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
2,000 



Percentage Change 
6 

3 



-3 



9 
6 

3 

i 
-3 
-6 

6 

3 


-3 
-6 
-9 ■ 

6 

3 

0i 

-6 

6 

3 


-3 

6 

3 

| 
-3 
-6 



























1 
































2 
















^ 




















3 










H^^^^fl|^|___ 


^^^^™ 














4 




















5 














^"^ ■■■ " 













6 



(Arithmetic Scale) 



Net Ofticlal Monetary Movements 

Millions of Dollars. Quarterly 
4.000 



(Arithmetic Scale) 




7 Current Account Balance 

1982 1983 



1984 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Millions of dollars 

22,000 — 

20,000 — 

18.000 . 

16,000 



(Ratio Scale) 



1 Total Labour Income 



Wages and Salaries 

4,000 



3,600 
3,200 

2,800 



2 Manufacturing 




3 Construction 



2,300 
2,100 
1.900 
1,700 



4 Trade 




5 Services 



Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 

14.000 

13,000 

12,000 

1 1 ,000 

10,000 



6 Labour Force 



12,000 

11,000 

10,000 

9.000 

1,900 
1.700 
1,500 
1,300 
1,100 

900 



7 Employed 



— 




— 


— 




— 


- 




"N^. — 


,/ 




— 


/ 




— 



8 Unemployed 




9 Unemployment Rate 
1982 



Percentage change 
6 



-6 



12 



-6 



-12 
6 















J 










1 










Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 
3 



— 



1 



■i 






1983 



1984 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Employment Survey, 1971=100 

Thousands of Persons 
900 
880 
860 
840 
820 



(Ratio Scale) 



1 Industrial Aggregate 



140 



300 
290 
280 
270 
260 



4 Trade 



-^v 





5 Community, Business and Personal Service 
Dollars per Hour (Arithmetic Scale) 

11.4 



11.2 



11.0 



10.8 



10.6 



10.4 

Hours 
40 




6 Average Hourly Earnings in Manufacturing 



39 



38 



37 



36 




7 Average Weekly Hours in Manufacturing 
1982 1983 



Percentage Change 
6 



4 
2 

< 
-2 

-4 

6 

4 

2 


-2 
-4 

14 
12 
10 

8 

6 

4 

2 


-2 
-4 

4 
2 

0' 
-2 

-4 

6 

4 

2 

0- 
-2 
-4 
-6 

4 
2 

-2 

2 



-2 

-4 











■ 














■ 




1 


1 












ML 










mm mt 




nt 


2 
























































3 

-12.0 
























4 




m 






1 










1 " 




1 ■ 






■ 




5 
















6 

3.2 








..-„— -^- ,-» 




1 



1984 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 






Ratio 



(Ratio scale) 




1 Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories Owned to Shipments 



Thousands of Units 
100 





2 New Passenger Car Sales 

Millions of Dollars 
1,800 
1,600 
1,400 
1,200 — \ 
1.000 

800 

3 Value of Building Permits 

Thousands of Units 
240 
220 
200 
180 
160 
140 
120 

100 



80 



60 



^Se 



4 New Dwelling Units Started (Centres of 10,000 and Over) 



Value of Retail Trade 

Millions of Dollars 
12,000 

10,000 - — ■ 

8,000 



6,000 



5 Total 




800 



6 Motor Vehicles 




7 Merchandise Exports (Including Re-Exports)* 




4,000 



8 Merchandise Imports* 



Percentage Change 

50 

40 

30 

20 

10 

-10' 
-20 
-30 
-40 



40 

30 

20 

10 
■ 
-10 
-20 
-30 
-40 

70 

60 

50 

40 

30 

20 

10 
■ 
-10 
-20 
-30 
-40 
-50 

40 
30 
20 
10 

o. 

-10' 

-20 

-30 

20 

10 
0' 
-10 
-20 

20 

10 



-10 

-20 

-30 















■ 








■ 














■ 1 ■ 
















2 


















■ m 




a J 


I 










1 
















3 










£ 
















L 
































1 
















4 












































6 


























7 

































1982 
Balance of payments basis 



1983 



1984 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators 



Millions of Tons 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) (Ratio Scale) Percentage Change 



23 

21- 



19- 



17- 



15- 




13- 



— 14 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 







Percentage 
22 



1 Rail Revenue Freight Loaded 



12 



10 



r=Y — ^ 



2 Three-Month Treasury Bill Yield 




Price Indexes 

Indexes, 1981 = 100 



3 Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield (10 Years and Over) 

(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 




4 Consumer Price Index, Total 




5 Food 



340- 
320 : 
300 : 
280 : 
260- 
240 



6 Industry Selling Price Index (Gross Weighted Total) 
1982 1983 1984 



12 



10 



i 






-2 



— -6 



-10 



-12 



-14 



Price Indexes 

4 



t 



* 



t 



IL_ 



t 



1 



~ 



1 



(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 



^ ^Ml II a^i__^i 



^ 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Section 1 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 1 



September 1984 





Gross national 


product 


Personal expenditure 

on consumer goods 

and services 


Total gross 
fixed capital formation 


Implicit 


price indexes 




Gross domestic 
indexes 

Total 




Years. 

quarters 

and 

months 


Gross 

national 

expenditure 

1971 

dollars 


Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods and 
services 


Total 

gross fixed 

capital 

formation 


product 


Current 
dollars 


1971 
dollars 


Current 1971 
dollars dollars 


Current 1971 
dollars dollars 


Manu- 
facturing 


Section/ 
Table 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1 2 S3/T1.3 


S3/T1 2 S3/T1 3 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T1 8 


S3/T1 8 


S3/T2 .1 


S3/T21 





( 




$000,000 






) 


( 


1971 =100 


) 


( $000,000 ) 


1961 


39.646 


54.741 


25,930 


33.761 


8.392 


11.748 


724 


76.8 


71 4 






1962 


42,927 


58.475 


27.452 


35,272 


8.885 


12.278 


73.4 


77.8 


72.4 






1963 


45,978 


61 .487 


29.225 


36,992 


9.556 


12.841 


74.8 


79.0 


744 






1964 


50.280 


65,610 


31.389 


39,218 


1 1 ,205 


14,549 


76.6 


800 


77.0 






1965 


55,364 


69.981 


33.947 


41,606 


13,179 


16,259 


79 .1 


81.6 


81 .1 






1966 


61.828 


74.844 


36.890 


43,778 


15,361 


18,015 


82.6 


84.3 


85.3 






1967 


66,409 


77,344 


39,972 


45,863 


15,628 


17,942 


859 


87.2 


87 .1 






1968 


72,586 


81,864 


43.704 


48,138 


15,754 


17,964 


88.7 


908 


87.7 






1969 


79.815 


86,225 


47.492 


50,353 


17,232 


18.850 


92.6 


943 


91.4 






1970 


85,685 


88,390 


50.327 


51,526 


18,015 


18.904 


96.9 


97.7 


95.3 






1971 


94,450 


94.450 


55.616 


55.616 


20,800 


20.800 


1000 


100 


100.0 


83.260.5 


19.040 9 


1972 


105,234 


100,248 


62.208 


59.841 


23,051 


21,955 


105 


1040 


105 


88,143.1 


20.516.3 


1973 


123,560 


107,812 


71 ,278 


63.879 


27,848 


24,384 


114.6 


111.6 


114.2 


95,028.4 


22.674.0 


1974 


147,528 


1 1 1 ,678 


83.388 


67,160 


34,260 


25,694 


132.1 


124 2 


133.3 


99,347.2 


23,4972 


1975 


165,343 


113,005 


96.995 


70,645 


40,044 


26,661 


146.3 


137.3 


150.2 


100.282 6 


22,122.5 


1976 


191,857 


119,612 


111.657 


75,180 


44,927 


27,731 


160.4 


1485 


162.0 


105,415.6 


23,5192 


1977 


210.189 


121,988 


123.565 


77,009 


48,376 


27,606 


172.3 


160 5 


175.2 


108,329.6 


23.968.8 


1978 


232,211 


126.347 


136,532 


79,038 


52,482 


27.585 


183.8 


172.7 


190.3 


1 1 1 ,879.3 


25.136 8 


1979 


264,279 


130,362 


152,088 


80,607 


60,921 


29.448 


202 7 


1887 


2069 


116,295.9 


26.5877 


1980 


297,556 


131,765 


170,179 


81,445 


69.196 


30.461 


2258 


2089 


227.2 


117,779.7 


25.809 1 


1981 


339.797 


136,108 


193,280 


82,807 


82.058 


32,401 


2497 


2334 


253.3 


121,053.2 


26.078 1 


1982 


358.302 


130.065 


209,974 


81,144 


79,330 


29,265 


275.5 


2588 


271.1 


115.888 5 


23,103.4 


1983 


390,340 


134,353 


229.184 


83,697 


77,647 


27,844 


2905 


2738 


2789 


119.005 3 


24,485.8 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1982 1 


06 


-22 


1.5 


-1.5 


-1.3 


-2.9 


29 


3.1 


1.6 


1.7 


-4.3 


2 


0.7 


-1.0 


2.7 


02 


-4.1 


-54 


1.8 


2.5 


1.4 


-14 


-2.5 


3 


1.7 


-06 


22 


-04 


-28 


-39 


24 


2.7 


1.1 


-1.1 


-1.3 


4 


1.4 


-09 


19 


02 


3.3 


2.8 


2.3 


1.7 


0.5 


-0.6 


-4.1 


1983 1 


24 


20 


17 


11 


-28 


-34 


04 


07 


0.7 


1.6 


5.9 


2 


29 


18 


2.6 


1.5 


1.3 


06 


1.1 


1.1 


07 


1.8 


2.4 


3 


3.5 


1.9 


28 


1.3 


-0.1 


-04 


16 


1.5 


04 


1.8 


4.2 


4 


1.1 


1.2 


2.1 


09 


-0.2 


-0.8 


-0 1 


1.2 


0.6 


1.0 


39 


1984 1 


1.9/ 


0.7r 


1.8 


0.6/ 


1.6/ 


08f 


1.2/ 


1.1/ 


0.9/ 


06 


0.1/ 


2 


20 


0.7 


1.5 


1.0 


0.8 


0.1 


12 


0.5 


07 


0.8 


0.4 



'Information in this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review, for example. Section 3. Table 1.1 is identified as S3/T1.1. 

* Actual data 

Note Percentage changes are based on seasonally ad|usted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns 



September 1984 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



Section 1 /Continued 



Gross domestic product 


indexes 




Balance of international payments 


















Community 
















business 








Net 


Net 






Wages and 


salaries 




Years. 






and 




Current 


Net 


errors 


official 


Total 










quarters 






personal 


Industrial 


account 


capital 


and 


monetary 


labour 


Manu- 


Con- 






and 


Construction 


Trade 


services 


production 


balance 


movement 


omissions 


movements 


income 


facturing 


struction 


Trade 


Services 


months 




























Section/ 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2 1 


S3/T2.2 


S3/T3.1 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3.3 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


Table 


( 


$000,000 


) 


( 






$000,000 








) 












-928 


1,063 


157 


292 


20.399.4 


5,828.8 


1 ,493.4 


2,754.0 


3.4244 


1961 










-830 


1,129 


-145 


154 


21,815.6 


6.232.1 


1,613.5 


2,970.4 


3.758.2 


1962 










-521 


634 


32 


145 


23,262.4 


6.640.1 


1.693.4 


3,184.1 


4,098.9 


1963 










-424 


675 


113 


364 


25,366.6 


7,238.9 


1.890.3 


3,4305 


4.567.2 


1964 










-1,130 


1,527 


-239 


158 


28,201 .4 


7.9974 


2.262.1 


3,738.9 


5.138.4 


1965 










-1,162 


985 


-182 


-359 


31,877.8 


8.8898 


2.686.3 


4,098.3 


5,909.2 


1966 










-499 


1.020 


-501 


20 


35.303.1 


9.530.1 


2,833.1 


4,493.1 


6.973 1 


1967 










-97 


1,230 


-784 


349 


38.444.4 


10,157.1 


2,899.4 


4,9140 


7,918.3 


1968 










-917 


1,201 


-219 


65 


43,064.7 


11,088.2 


3,243.2 


5.549.7 


9.220.6 


1969 










1,106 


811 


-387 


1,663 


46,705.9 


11,588.8 


3,435.9 


6.0536 


10,388 8 


1970 


5,846.4 


9,805.9 


16.081.0 


100.0 


431 


1,694 


-1,348 


896 


51 ,528.3 


12.293.4 


4,214.9 


6.561.9 


1 1 ,576.0 


1971 


6,021.0 


10,774.1 


16,848.2 


107.6 


-386 


2,060 


-1.455 


336 


57,570.0 


13,5809 


4,580.9 


7.413.5 


12,902.7 


1972 


6,201.9 


11,751.1 


17,606.2 


119.0 


108 


75 


-650 


-467 


66,501.1 


15,527.8 


5.611 4 


8.523.7 


14,741 7 


1973 


6,446.3 


12,700.2 


18,614.0 


122.8 


-1,460 


2,351 


-867 


24 


79,846.4 


18,124.6 


6.730.3 


10.193.1 


17,622.3 


1974 


6.779.6 


12,992.6 


19,481.8 


115.5 


-4.757 


5,555 


-1,203 


-405 


93.299.3 


19,932.7 


8.121.0 


11.985.6 


21,087.7 


1975 


7,111.1 


13,586.3 


20,369.5 


122.6 


-4,109 


8,398 


-3,767 


522 


109.053.4 


22,822.1 


8,530.8 


13.627 3 


25,088.2 


1976 


7,035.7 


13,855.4 


20,709.9 


125.7 


-4.334 


5,174 


-2,261 


-1,421 


120.508 4 


24,743.6 


9.261 8 


14.4497 


27,995.3 


1977 


6,901.3 


14,428.9 


21.366.8 


129.9 


-4,917 


4,744 


-3,126 


-3.299 


131,702.4 


27,197.5 


8,954.9 


15.590 1 


30.918.8 


1978 


7,108.6 


14,998.2 


22,007.6 


137.9 


-4,840 


9,161 


-2.630 


1,908 


148,256.3 


31,062.8 


9,638.5 


17,629.0 


34,580.6 


1979 


7,042.0 


15,023.4 


22,740.3 


135.9 


-1,114 


941 


-1.323 


-1,280 


167,936.4 


34.283.5 


10,417.9 


19,979 8 


39,802.7 


1980 


7,447.6 


15.212.8 


23,861 .0 


136.5 


-6,065 


16,533 


-9.253 


1,425 


194,074.3 


39,013.6 


12,372.5 


22,574.5 


46,191 


1981 


6,718.5 


14,181.8 


24,133.6 


123.0 


2.665 


-1,558 


-1.802 


-695 


207,594.1 


39.096.0 


11,610.9 


23,308.4 


51,818.1 


1982 


6,615.9 


14,776.2 


24,480.1 


129.7 


1,686 


4.428 


-5.566 


548 


218,962.6 


41,485 5 


11,388 3 


24.047.3 


54,619.4 


1983 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



-3.8 
-3.7 
-5.8 
1.7 

1.5 
2.0 
-3.1 
-2.5 

-1.3f 
1.8 



-2.5 
-0.6 

-1.7 
0.0 

2.3 
19 
2.4 
0.9 

0.7r 
2.0 



-0.1 

0.1 
-0.1 
0.1 

0.2 
1.5 
1.0 
0.1 

1.0/- 
0.8 





(') 


C) 


(*) 


(*) 


-3.3 


-87 


2490r 


-3853f 


-1,668 


-3.0 


679 


-3834r 


-2202r 


-3,050 


-1.9 


1.287 


3122f 


-514r 


3,479 


2.9 


786 


-3336f 


-2683r 


545 


4.5 


625 


467a 


660r 


575 


2.9 


1.309 


1900r 


-2862r 


180 


4.2 


-288 


2806r 


-2876c 


263 


3.7 


39 


-745r 


-488r 


-469r 


0.6r 


39f 


204/- 


-172c 


-1,260 


0.4 


631 


-91 


-1912 


-1539 



Percentage change from previous month 

-1.5 
2.6 

-2.1 

-2.2 
0.1 

-0.4 

4.0 
0.7 
0.8 
0.7 
0.9 
2.3 
0.6 
1.6 
1.7 
0.7 
0.8 
1.9 

0.7 
-3.0 
1.3c 
0.2r 
0.4r 
0.4 



1.8 
0.3 
0.0 

1.2 

0.8 
3.1 
2.0 
10 

0.7 
1.8 



-0.5 
-0.6 
-1.0 
-2.5 

2.6 
54 
3.9 
0.5 

-2.0 

1.4 



-1.2 

-10.6 

-6.2 

84 

-3.8 
4.3 
1.1 

-6.0 

1.3 
1.7 



0.0 
1 
-1.0 
0.6 

0.6 
1.3 
2.5 
1.1 

-0.2 
3.9 



3.7 


1 


1982 


1.9 


2 




1.9 


3 




1.9 


4 




1.4 


1 


1983 


3.9 


2 




1.4 


3 




1.5 


4 




1.6 
2.1 


1 
2 


1984 



0.6 


2.0 


-0.9 


-0.7 


0.4 


J 1982 


-1.5 


-5.1 


-9.2 


-0.8 


0.5 


A 


1.0 


-0.3 


12.2 


0.0 


0.6 


S 


0.3 


-1.5 


7.2 


0.0 


0.5 


O 


0.1 


0.4 


-4.3 


0.4 


0.1 


N 


2.0 


2.0 


-0.7 


2.3 


2.1 


D 


-0.9 


0.2 


-0.7 


-1.2 


-3.3 


J 1983 


-0.1 


1.0 


-0.5 


-0.1 


-1.2 


F 


1.7 


0.7 


-2.4 


0.7 


4.2 


M 


0.6 


2.1 


4.9 


-0.7 


-2.0 


A 


1.2 


2.4 


-0.2 


1.7 


2.0 


M 


1.7 


2.5 


42 


1.5 


1.1 


J 


0.5 


2.8 


1.0 


0.5 


-0.5 


J 


■0.2 


-1.8 


-2.1 


0.4 


0.4 


A 


0.4 


-0.4 


-3.2 


0.5 


0.9 


S 


0.1 


0.8 


-2.9 


-0.1 


0.1 


O 


0.5 


0.4 


-2.8 


0.1 


0.7 


N 


18 


1.2 


4.7 


1.9 


1.2 


D 


0.1 


-1.2 


-0.7 


-1.8 


0.5 


J 1984 


0.5 


-1.7 


0.5 


0.0 


-0.3 


F 


0.3 


-1.8 


-1.1 


1.0 


0.9 


M 


1.3r 


1.1 


0.3 


0.9 


1.0 


A 


1.0r 


2.2a 


2.1/- 


2.3r 


0.8r 


M 


0.9 


1.9 


1.9 


2.4 


0.2 


J 



* Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



Section 1 /Continued 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



September 1984 







Labour force 






Employees by industry 




Average 
hourly 
earnings 
in 
manu- 
facturing 


Average 
weekly 
hours 
in 
manu- 
facturing 


Ratio of 
manu- 
facturing 
inven- 
tories 
owned 
to ship- 
ments 


New 
passen- 
ger 
car 
sales 


Building 

permits 

total 


New 
dwelling 




Industrial 
aggre- 
gate 


Manu- 
facturing 


Con- 
struction 


Trade 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

service 


started 


quarters 

and 

months 


Total 


Employed 


Unem- 
ployed 


Unem- 
ployment 
rate 


10.000 

and 

over) 


Section/ 
Table 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T3 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T13 


S8/T1 


S8/T6 



000's of persons 



1971 = 100 



1961 










1962 










1963 










1964 










1965 










1966 


7,493 


7.242 


251 


3.4 


1967 


7.747 


7,451 


296 


38 


1968 


7,951 


7.593 


358 


4.5 


1969 


8.194 


7,832 


362 


44 


1970 


8.395 


7,919 


476 


5.7 


1971 


8.639 


8.104 


535 


6.2 


1972 


8.897 


8.344 


553 


6.2 


1973 


9.276 


8,761 


515 


5.5 


1974 


9,639 


9,125 


514 


5.3 


1975 


9.974 


9.284 


690 


6.9 


1976 


10,203 


9.477 


726 


7.1 


1977 


10,500 


9,651 


849 


8.1 


1978 


10,895 


9.987 


908 


8.3 


1979 


11.231 


10,395 


836 


7.4 


1980 


1 1 ,573 


10,708 


865 


7.5 


1981 


1 1 .904 


1 1 .006 


898 


7.5 


1982 


1 1 .958 


10,644 


1,314 


11.0 


1983 


12,183 


10,734 


1,448 


11.9 





units 


$000,000 




2.22 


437.319 


2,244.3 


92,741 


2.15 


502,565 


2.516.6 


102,008 


2.06 


557.787 


2,823.2 


118,512 


2.00 


616.759 


3,267.6 


133,562 


2.01 


708.716 


3,8096 


135,218 


2.05 


694,820 


3,715.1 


108,329 


2.14 


679,435 


4.0678 


131,858 


2.00 


741,915 


4,775.7 


162,267 


1.98 


760,803 


4.895.6 


169,739 


2.13 


640,360 


4,700.2 


150.999 


1 .98 


780.762 


5,730.1 


180.948 


1.88 


858,959 


6,4636 


206.954 


1.81 


970,828 


8,558.9 


211.543 


1 .92 


942,797 


9,280 1 


169,437 


2.12 


989,280 


10,598 


181,846 


2.02 


946,488 


12.199.3 


209,762 


1.99 


991 ,398 


12.4198 


200,201 


1.86 


988,890 


13.134.7 


178,678 


1.87 


1 .003,008 


14.143.8 


151,717 


2.03 


932.060 


15,452.1 


125,013 


2.05 


904,195 


18.735.5 


142,441 


2.22 


713,481 


12,788.8 


104,792 


1.84 


843,318 


14,571 3 


134,207 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1982 1 


-0.5 


-1.1 


62 


6.8 
















C) 
2.24 


-20.8 


-23.5 


242 


2 


0.3 


-1.3 


17.9 


18.0 
















2.22 


8.9 


-23.3 


-28.4 


3 


0.6 


-1.3 


17.3 


16.2 
















2.19 


-6.3 


4.2 


-15.6 


4 


-0.1 


-0.5 


5.0 


4.9 
















2.06 


5.9 


15.7 


39.1 


1983 1 


0.1 


04 


-20 


-23 
















1.95 


-0.2 


11.1 


21.4 


2 


1.1 


1.4 


-0.6 


-16 
















1 78 


17.6 


-6.4 


22.0 


3 


0.5 


1.2 


-4.7 


-5.4 


06 


2.2 


11.8 


0.3 


-29 


0.7 


0.3 


1.76 


-56 


-0.2 


-32.8 


4 


-0.1 


04 


-4.1 


-40 


-0.5 


-3.1 


-12.6 


1.8 


3.4 


2.1 


0.0 


1.73 


14.4 


7.7 


-3.4 


1984 1 


04 


0.2 


20 


1.5 


-2.5 


-5.7 


-14.5 


-4.3 


09 


2.1 


1.0 


1.73 


5.1 


-7.0 


11.5 


2 


06 


0.5 


1.2 


1.2 


4.2 


3.5 


22.3 


6.3 


2.8 


1.1 


-0.4 


1.73 


-0.5 


10.0 


-12.4 



Percentage change from previous month 



1982 S 


0.2 


-0.1 


2.3 


1.6 
















2.19 


2.5 


14.1 


-9.7 


O 


0.3 


0.0 


3.2 


32 
















2.25 


17.1 


6.0 


36.5 


N 


-0.3 


-02 


-0.7 


-0.7 
















2.20 


15.0 


7.9 


17.8 


D 


0.2 


0.1 


1.0 


0.8 
















2.06 


23.1 


9.8 


5.0 


1983 J 


-0.3 


0.2 


-3.5 


-3.1 
















1.97 


-19.3 


1.5 


9.6 


F 


0.4 


0.3 


1.4 


0.8 
















1.97 


-3.7 


0.5 


-2.1 


M 


0.3 


0.2 


0.5 


00 
















1.95 


19.7 


0.6 


10.4 


A 


0.4 


06 


-0.8 


-08 


0.7 


2.2 


9.1 


0.0 


0.1 


0.5 


0.5 




5.1 


7.4 


-4.7 


M 


0.4 


06 


-0.3 


-0.8 


2.8 


3.1 


10.4 


1.8 


2.2 


0.3 


-0.2 


1.81 


1.0 


-20.8 


57.4 


J 


03 


0.5 


-1.2 


-16 


1.5 


1.9 


9.7 


1.2 


-0.1 


0.3 


0.3 


1.78 


03 


1.8 


-33.3 


J 


0.3 


0.5 


-1.6 


-1.6 


-1.9 


-1.0 


3.3 


-1.4 


-4.8 


0.0 


-0.7 


1.76 


-6.2 


6.8 


-20.9 


A 


-0.1 


0.1 


-1.9 


-2.5 


0.3 


1.5 


-04 


0.1 


-0.3 


0.1 


1.0 


1.77 


2.4 


-0.6 


-5.1 


S 


0.0 


0.3 


-3.0 


-2.5 


1.2 


-0.1 


-2.6 


09 


4.7 


0.9 


1.0 


1.76 


-4.2 


2.3 


3.6 


O 


-0.3 


-0.1 


-1.5 


-08 


-0.1 


-1.2 


-2.9 


06 


1.1 


0.6 


0.3 


1.76 


10.6 


8.5 


-8.6 


N 


0.2 


0.3 


0.1 


-0.8 


-0.4 


-1.7 


-66 


1.3 


0.8 


0.8 


-0.2 


1.75 


7.7 


-2.8 


4.8 


D 


0.4 


04 


0.2 


00 


-2.9 


-3.4 


-12.0 


-0.9 


-3.5 


0.8 


-3.5 


1.73 


1.1 


-0.3 


5.5 


1984 J 


-03 


-04 


07 


0.9 


0.1 


-0.4 


-40 


-2.7 


2.4 


1.5 


3.2 


1.65 


23 


-1.6 


11.2 


F 


06 


0.5 


1.5 


09 


-0.8 


-3.7 


0.5 


-2.5 


0.7 


-0.7 


0.5 


1.76 


-3.1 


-2.4 


1.6 


M 


-0.2 


-0.2 


0.3 


0.9 


0.2 


-0.1 


-0.2 


08 


0.6 


0.9 


0.0 


1.73 


4.8 


-8.3 


-16.7 


A 


02 


0.2 


-0.1 


00 


2.3 


2.8 


9.5 


3.8 


1.7 


08 


-1.0 


1.73 


-7.3 


17.0 


-4.5 


M 


06 


02 


3.2 


2.6 


2.2/- 


2.3/- 


13.6r 


2.4c 


0.9a 


O.Of 


0.3c 


1.75 


5.2 


-5.4/- 


7.7 


J 


-0.1 


0.4 


-43 


-4.2 


15 


1.8 


7.8 


3.2 


-0.3 


-0.1 


08 


1.73 


4.7 


13.3 


-4.4 


J 


06 


08 


-1.3 


-1.7 


















0.7 




0.9 


A 


0.1 


-0.1 


2.2 


1.8 

























* Actual data 

Note Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



10 



September 1984 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



Section 1 /Concluded 







Balance of payments 




















basis 








Gov't of 
Canada 


Not 


seasonally adjusted 


Gross 








Mer- 






Value of 


retail trade 


chandise 






Three 


average 






weighted 








exports 

(including 


Mer- 


Rail 
revenue 


month 
treasury 


bond 
yield 


Consumer 


Dnce index 


industrial 
selling 


Years. 




Motor 


quarters 




vehicles 


re- 


chandise 


freight 


bill 


10 years 






price 


and 


Total 


dealers 


exports) 


imports 


loaded 


yield 


and over 


Total 


Food 


index 


months 






















Section/ 


S10/T1 


S10/T1 


S11/T1.1 


S11/T1.2 


S12/T1 


S13/T8 


S13/T8 


S5/T2 


S5/T2 


S5/T1 


Table 


( 


$000,000 




) 


000 tons 


% 


% ( 




1981 = 100 




) 


16.073 


2.599 






130,448 


2.83 


5.05 


31 6 


26.2 


82.4 


1961 


17,137 


2,957 






135,028 


4.01 


5.11 


32.0 


26.7 


83.3 


1962 


18,207 


3,312 






147,761 


3.57 


5.09 


32.6 


27.5 


84.4 


1963 


19,493 


3,612 






174,069 


3.74 


5.18 


33.2 


280 


85.1 


1964 


21,155 


4.175 






179,867 


3.97 


5.21 


34.0 


28.7 


86.2 


1965 


22.686 


4.338 






188,672 


5.00 


5.69 


35.2 


30.6 


88.7 


1966 


24,155 


4,433 






185,927 


4.59 


594 


36.5 


31.0 


90.4 


1967 


25,711 


4,714 






192,458 


6.24 


6.75 


38.0 


32.0 


92.3 


1968 


27,401 


4,796 






183,270 


7 14 


7.58 


39.7 


33.3 


95.8 


1969 


28,034 


4,197 






207,211 


6.12 


7.91 


41.0 


34.1 


98.1 


1970 


30,648 


4,925 


17,877.0 


15,314.0 


213,120 


3.62 


6.95 


42.2 


34.4 


1000 


1971 


33,930 


5.663 


20,129.0 


18,272.0 


213,851 


3.55 


7.23 


44.2 


37.0 


1044 


1972 


38,335 


7,422 


25,461.0 


22,726.0 


218,246 


5.39 


7.56 


47.6 


42.4 


116.1 


1973 


44,751 


8,303 


32,590.9 


30.902.0 


222,032 


7.78 


890 


52.8 


494 


138.1 


1974 


51 ,399 


10,184 


33,510.5 


33,962.0 


207,477 


8.37 


904 


585 


55.8 


153.7 


1975 


57,167 


1 1 ,058 


38,165.7 


36,607.0 


218,869 


8.89 


9.18 


62.9 


57.3 


161.6 


1976 


61,651 


1 1 ,750 


44,497.8 


41 ,523.2 


227,805 


7.35 


8.70 


67.9 


620 


174.3 


1977 


68,779 


13,480 


53,362 1 


49,047.1 


219.598 


858 


9.27 


73.9 


71.6 


190 4 


1978 


77,025 


15,421 


65.581 6 


61,157.0 


238,094 


11.57 


10.21 


80.7 


81.0 


2179 


1979 


84,027 


15,698 


76.680.9 


67,9024 


236,163 


12.70 


12 48 


889 


89.8 


247 2 


1980 


94,293 


16,547 


84.468.4 


77,139.9 


229,979 


17.78 


15.22 


100.0 


1000 


272.4 


1981 


97.639 


14,413 


84,539.6 


66.726.3 


199,721 


13.83 


14.26 


110.8 


1072 


288.8 


1982 


106,243 


17,198 


90,825.0 


73.119.9 


207,093 


9.32 


11.79 


117.2 


111.2 


2988 


1983 


Percentage change from previous quarter 


















-0.6 


-11.9 


-2.3 


-9.2 


-74 


(*) 

14.83 


C) 
15.06 


25 


1.9 


14 


1 1982 


2.2 


-0.4 


1.8 


-22 


0.0 


16 06 


16.03 


3.1 


4.1 


1.9 


2 


0.3 


06 


3.6 


1.0 


-15.7 


13.15 


13 48 


2.2 


1.9 


0.8 


3 


1.2 


0.0 


-8.4 


-8.5 


2.9 


10.25 


11.69 


1.6 


-1.0 


0.3 


4 


3.1 


6.3 


4.6 


8.3 


3.2 


9.21 


11.70 


0.6 


0.4 


0.7 


1 1983 


2.6 


11.4 


5.2 


0.5 


2.5 


9.24 


11.56 


1.4 


22 


1.5 


2 


2.5 


1.7 


1.9 


107 


64 


926 


11.76 


1.6 


0.9 


0.9 


3 


2.2 


9.5 


94 


9.3 


8.2 


9.69 


12.02 


09 


0.1 


04 


4 


1.8 


4.9 


8.1 


8.8 


0.4 


10.22 


1306 


12 


3.0 


1.6 


1 1984 


2.4 


5.1 


4.5 


1.3 


2.3 


11.74 


1381 


0.9 


1.4 


1.2 


2 



Percentage change from previous month 



2.1 


8.5 


-1.9 


-0.2 


-12.9 


14.42 


13 96 


0.5 


-0.8 


-0.0 


A 1982 


0.0 


2.0 


4.1 


-4.5 


7.1 


13.15 


1348 


05 


-0.8 


0.8 


S 


-0.6 


-7.3 


-11.7 


-7.6 


43 


11.54 


12.63 


0.6 


-0.2 


-0.1 


O 


1.0 


5.2 


-1.4 


-1.0 


-3.7 


10.72 


12.18 


0.7 


0.3 


-0.2 


N 


1.3 


1.0 


7.9 


9.0 


43 


10.25 


11.69 


0.0 


-0.3 


03 


D 


0.3 


2.3 


-1.2 


1.4 


2.4 


9.53 


12.28 


-0.2 


-0.2 


01 


J 1983 


0.7 


-2.1 


-0.3 


-0.3 


-3.2 


9.40 


11.80 


04 


0.6 


0.3 


F 


3.5 


9.1 


4.6 


4.7 


4.4 


9.21 


11.70 


1.0 


-0.2 


0.6 


M 


-3.8 


1.1 


2.1 


-3.5 


-1.4 


9.22 


11.18 


0.0 


1.0 


0.6 


A 


4.6 


6.8 


-0.9 


1.0 


3.1 


9.12 


11.30 


0.3 


1.6 


0.5 


M 


3.2 


0.7 


2.8 


1.8 


0.6 


9.24 


11.56 


1.1 


0.2 


0.3 


J 


-0.3 


0.4 


-3.7 


2.3 


-7.8 


9.25 


12.03 


0.4 


0.6 


0.4 


J 


1.1 


-1.8 


6.3 


7.9 


15.7 


9.35 


12.34 


0.5 


0.0 


0.3 


A 


0.3 


-0.2 


04 


3.6 


8.9 


926 


11.76 


0.0 


-0.9 


0.0 


S 


2.6 


10.0 


3.3 


2.1 


-0.8 


9.22 


11.73 


0.6 


1.1 


0.2 





-0.8 


0.2 


3.4 


0.7 


-2.5 


9.31 


11.80 


0.0 


-0.5 


0.1 


N 


1.0 


0.5 


3.9 


4.6 


08 


9.69 


12.02 


0.3 


0.4 


0.4 


D 


1.7 


32 


4.5 


0.3 


4.1 


9.73 


11.92 


0.5 


1.9 


0.8 


J 1984 


-0.5 


2.4 


-4.8 


3.6 


-2.1 


9.77 


12.40 


0.6 


1.1 


0.4 


F 


-0.3 


-1.0 


94 


7.5 


-5.5 


10.22 


1306 


0.2 


0.8 


0.7 


M 


3.6 


6.0 


-4.2 


-8.2 


79 


10.56 


13.31 


0.2 


0.3 


0.6 


A 


-2.1 


-2.1 


7.3 


9.4 


2.8 


11.27 


13.93 


0.2 


-0.3 


0.0 


M 


0.8 


1.6 


-0.6 


-5.9 


-7.5 


11.74 


13.81 


04 


1.3 


0.1 


J 






29 


3.9 


9.2 


12.81 


13.41 


0.6 


09 


0.5 


J 


• Actual data 























Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 
identified at the head of the data columns. 



11 



Sectionl /Concluded 

Business leading indicators for Canada, filtered data 1 



September 1984 





Composite 
10 leading 


index ot 
ndicators 


Average 
work week 
manufactur- 
ing 


Residential 

construction 

index 1 


United 

States 

composite 

leading 

index 


Money 
supply 
(M1) J 


New orders 

durable 

prod 

industries 


Retail 

trade 

furniture 

and 

appliances 


New motor 

vehicle 

sales 


Shipment to 

inventory 

ratio. 

finished 

products 

mfg 


Stock 

price 

index* 


Percentage 

change in 

price per 

unit labour 


Month 


filtered 


not filtered 


costs 


D 


99475 


99540 


99476 


99477 


99478 


99479 


99480 


99481 


99482 


99483 


99484 


99485 




( 1971 = 


100 ) 




1971 = 100 


1961 =100 ( 


$1971 


millions ) 


$1971 thousands ) 






% 


1982 J 


115.65 


112.7 


37 82 


57.6 


135.14 


9.9795 


2.5530 


80,668 


404.761 


1 35 


1,281.4 


-0 99 


J 


113.99 


111.7 


37.74 


53.1 


135 33 


9.9192 


2,550.1 


79,666 


392.583 


1 34 


1.233 2 


-0 98 


A 


112 95 


113.6 


37 68 


49.2 


135.57 


9.8289 


2,553.3 


78,640 


386,140 


1.35 


1.217.6 


-0.91 


S 


112 45 


113.7 


37.57 


46.3 


136 04 


9.7364 


2,534.8 


78.140 


384.886 


1.36 


1.222 2 


-0.79 





112 59 


115.7 


37 49 


46.1 


136.72 


9,6466 


2,486.3 


78,537 


374.912 


1.36 


1,260.1 


-0 65 


N 


113 38 


1179 


37.42 


49.4 


137.51 


9.5654 


2,459.4 


79,535 


371,142 


1 35 


1,328.0 


-0.50 


D 


114.98 


121.8 


37 38 


54.6 


138 43 


9,561 2 


2,409.6 


81,274 


380,986 


1.36 


1,428 2 


-0.38 


1983 J 


117.61 


127.6 


37 42 


62.3 


139 86 


9,6109 


2,400.9 


83.792 


386,994 


1.37 


1.543.2 


-0.26 


F 


120 87 


130 3 


37.53 


69.8 


141.74 


9,714.3 


2,410.3 


85,922 


387,899 


1.38 


1 .665.4 


-0.13 


M 


124.31 


132.3 


37 69 


77,7 


144 03 


9,817 3 


2,420.0 


87.037 


395,017 


1 40 


1.782.4 


- 


A 


128.11 


137.5 


37 86 


85.1 


146.53 


9.921.3 


2,445.8 


87,533 


408,951 


1.42 


1,899.8 


0.15 


M 


13212 


141.4 


3802 


90.5 


149.05 


10.030.4 


2,499.0 


89.181 


423,982 


1 45 


2,0039 


0.31 


J 


135 78 


141.9 


38.15 


91.9 


151 63 


10.111.6 


2,554.9 


91,449 


437,727 


1.49 


2,0828 


0.45 


J 


139 22 


145.4 


3826 


90.5 


1 54.04 


10,177.7 


2,6130 


95,701 


448.383 


1 52 


2,136.9 


0.56 


A 


142 15 


146.0 


38.40 


866 


156 12 


10,218.2 


2,693.8 


99,799 


457,962 


1 55 


2.172.7 


0.64 


S 


144.81 


1492 


3852 


82.0 


157.93 


10.2559 


2.981 5 


101.884 


464,341 


1.58 


2.197.1 


069 





146.83 


148.3 


3860 


77.6 


159.65 


10,268 1 


3,136.0 


103,184 


471,967 


1.59 


2,203.4 


0.72 


N 


14865 


151.5 


38 66 


73.7 


161.11 


10.272.0 


3.227 .1 


103,786 


488.815 


1.61 


2,220.9 


0.74 


D 


150.30 


153.1 


3868 


70.0 


162 33 


10.2628 


3.254.5 


104,276 


507.805 


1.62 


2.245.1 


0.77 


1984 J 


152.12 


156.6 


3866 


68.0 


163 36 


10,2455 


3,2876 


104,270 


530.730 


1.64 


2.2602 


0.81 


F 


153 86 


157.2 


3865 


67.4 


164 45 


10,2123 


3,2743 


103.911 


548,249 


1.65 


2,256.5 


0.87 


M 


155.75 


160.3 


3865 


670 


165 50 


10,191.7 


3,260.8 


103,919 


562,488 


1.66 


2,235.5 


0.95 


A 


157.43 


160.0 


3860 


665 


166 49 


10,186.4 


3.234.8 


104.198 


568,482 


1.66 


2.196.2 


1.03 


M 


158.83 


160.5 


3859 


66.4 


167.40 


10,1886 


3.235.3 


104.050 


571,728 


1.66 


2,141.4 


1.09 



'In general the term filtering refers to removing, or filtering out, movements of the data that repeat themselves with roughly the same frequency 'Composite Index of Housing Starts 
(units). Building Permits (dollars), and Mortgage Loan Approvals (number) 3 Deflated by the Consumer Price Index 'Toronto Stock Exchange (300 Stock Index excluding oil and gas 
component) 



12 



Section 2 ■ Population Statistics 

14 1. Population by Province 

14 2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent Residence 

15 3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Destination 

15 4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational Group 

16 5. Births, by Province 
16 6. Deaths, by Province 
16 7. Marriages, by Province 



13 



Section 2— Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Population, 1 by province (thousands) 



September 1984 



Year 
and 




























quarter 


Canada' 


Nfld 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Aria.' 


BC 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


6 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


1982 June 


24,631.8 


568.5 


122.7 


851.7 


698.9 


6.479 8 


8.716.1 


1 ,034.5 


979.1 


2.318.5 


2,791.1 


23.7 


47.2 


1983 June 


24,885.9 


5762 


123.9 


8593 


706 6 


6,514.9 


8.8160 


1 ,046.3 


992 


2,3538 


2,8260 


22.2 


48.6 


1981 July 


24,366.2 


567 6 


122.8 


8474 


696.6 


6,441.5 


8,6294 


1.026 9 


969 1 


2,246.4 


2.749.1 


23.3 


46.0 


Oct. 


24,441 .9 


5683 


122.7 


8493 


6963 


6,450.6 


8.6476 


1.027.8 


9725 


2,272.5 


2,7644 


23.4 


46.5 


1982 Jan 


24.511 8 


567.4 


122.6 


8503 


6966 


6.4605 


8.671.7 


1.030.1 


975.2 


2,291.2 


2,776 1 


23.5 


46.5 


Apr. 


24,579.3 


568.0 


122.5 


8507 


6976 


6.471.1 


8.6980 


1,032.9 


977.5 


2,306.1 


2,7843 


23.6 


47.0 


July 


24,656.5 


569.1 


122.7 


8526 


6996 


6.4839 


8.724.3 


1,035 2 


980 1 


2,323.6 


2,794.3 


23.6 


47.5 


Oct 


24,724 1 


571.5 


123.1 


855.2 


701.5 


6,4900 


8,7506 


1,037.3 


9835 


2,3360 


2,8036 


23.6 


48.1 


1983 Jan 


24,784.1 


573.2 


123.4 


856.8 


7036 


6.4944 


8,776.6 


1 ,040 9 


987 8 


2,3436 


2,812.4 


23.0 


48.4 


Apr. 


24,843.4 


574.4 


123.6 


858.5 


7053 


6.5078 


8.7996 


1.044.0 


9902 


2,349.1 


2,8200 


22.3 


48.6 


July 


24,904.2 


5769 


124.1 


860.2 


707.5 


6.518.1 


8,822.5 


1 ,047 4 


993 3 


2,354.3 


2,8292 


22.1 


48.7 


Oct. 


24,965.6 


579.1 


124.4 


8632 


709 1 


6,5246 


8,8562 


1 ,048.8 


996.8 


2.351.3 


2,841.1 


22.0 


489 


1984 Jan 


25,022.2 


579.4 


124.6 


866.1 


710.5 


6.529.3 


8,8870 


1,051.5 


1,000.0 


2,3489 


2,8542 


21.6 


49.0 


Apr. 


25,082.0 


5789 


125.0 


868 1 


712.3 


6.540 1 


8,9168 


1,054.4 


1.003.3 


2,349 1 


2,8632 


21.7 


49.3 



'As ot the first of each month. Quarterly and annual data from 1951 to April 1, 1981 are intercensal estimates, final postcensal estimates from July 1, 1981 to April 1, 1982; updated 
postcensal estimates from July 1, 1982 to October 1, 1983 and preliminary postcensal estimates for January 1984 For an explanation of population estimates methodology and data 
sources see catalogue (91-201) and (91-001) 'These estimates have been modified due to a revision in the number of births for January to December 1983 
Sources: Quarterly Estimates ot Population for Canada and Provinces (91-001). Annual Estimates of Population for Canada and Provinces at June 1st (91-201), 
Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: Immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence 



Year 
and 

quarter 



Total 



United 
Kingdom 
& Ireland 



France Germany 



Nether- 
lands 



Greece 



Italy Portugal 



Other 
Europe 



Austra- 
lasia 



United 
States 



West 
Indies 



All 
other 



27 



28 



29 



30 



32 



33 



34 



35 



36 



37 



38 



39 



40 



1982 


121,147 


17,075 


2.393 


4.425 


1.827 


885 


1.506 


1,388 


16,657 


41,686 


938 


9,360 


8,630 


14,377 


1983 


88,846 


5,991 


1.643 


2.513 


670 


601 


819 


813 


1 1 ,094 


36.734 


474 


7.325 


7,123 


13,046 


1981 2 


31,443 


6,034 


549 


532 


515 


228 


447 


570 


2,793 


11.786 


311 


2.628 


1,592 


3,458 


3 


35,887 


6,382 


681 


606 


606 


233 


523 


435 


3,115 


14,337 


403 


2.821 


2,277 


3,468 


4 


34,531 


5.086 


445 


669 


400 


310 


527 


452 


4,771 


12.074 


292 


2.792 


3,337 


3,376 


1982 1 


29,659 


4,708 


455 


755 


434 


239 


415 


413 


3,673 


10,453 


242 


2.242 


2.326 


3,304 


2 


35,071 


5.386 


645 


1.183 


758 


226 


448 


460 


4,391 


12,049 


298 


2.536 


2,461 


4.230 


3 


29.658 


4.406 


794 


1,439 


437 


178 


349 


237 


4.100 


10,100 


222 


2.253 


1,838 


3,305 


4 


26.759 


2,575 


499 


1.048 


198 


242 


294 


278 


4,493 


9,084 


176 


2.329 


2,005 


3.538 


1983 1 


21,952 


1,699 


424 


718 


143 


190 


246 


237 


2,845 


8,003 


121 


1,941 


1,874 


3,511 


2 


21 .490 


1,421 


389 


685 


203 


128 


216 


200 


2,765 


8.804 


91 


1,697 


1,836 


3.055 


3 


22.606 


1,547 


482 


695 


169 


130 


152 


153 


2.049 


9.698 


114 


1,883 


1,810 


3,724 


4 


22,798 


1.324 


348 


415 


155 


153 


205 


223 


3.435 


10.229 


148 


1,804 


1,603 


2,756 



1984 1 



18,306 



1,053 



238 



309 



135 



118 



187 



188 



1,983 



8.607 



1.315 



1,113 



2.943 



Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



14 



September 1984 

Table 3: Immigration to Canada, by province of destination 



Section 2— Tables 3 and 4 



Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S 


N.B. 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C 


Yukon, 

N.W.T 


D 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 



1982 


121,147 


406 


165 


1,256 


751 


21,336 


53,049 


4,931 


2.125 


17,949 


18,999 


180 


1983 


88,846 


275 


105 


829 


552 


16,275 


39.899 


3,977 


1.731 


10,666 


14,405 


132 


1981 2 


31,443 


118 


41 


366 


310 


4,541 


13,962 


1,316 


585 


4,502 


5.649 


53 


3 


35,887 


147 


36 


391 


265 


5,550 


15,538 


1,444 


619 


5,607 


6,238 


52 


4 


34.531 


95 


32 


380 


232 


6,953 


14,256 


1.281 


617 


5.225 


5.429 


31 


1982 1 


29,659 


93 


45 


336 


190 


5,475 


12,446 


1,117 


500 


4,524 


4,888 


45 


2 


35,071 


87 


37 


360 


196 


6,023 


15,570 


1,316 


610 


5,252 


5,560 


60 


3 


29,658 


97 


42 


281 


196 


5.188 


13,030 


1,295 


596 


4,531 


4,353 


49 


4 


26,759 


129 


41 


279 


169 


4,650 


12,003 


1.203 


419 


3,642 


4.198 


26 


1983 1 


21 ,952 


64 


19 


166 


113 


4,510 


9,821 


891 


409 


2,565 


3,373 


21 


2 


21,490 


59 


34 


206 


179 


4,000 


9,454 


1.061 


459 


2,718 


3.282 


38 


3 


22,606 


67 


27 


228 


149 


4,187 


10,106 


1,017 


412 


2.695 


3.690 


28 


4 


22,798 


85 


25 


229 


111 


3,578 


10,518 


1.008 


451 


2.688 


4.060 


45 



1984 1 



18,306 



52 



16 



115 



3,159 



8,107 



872 



434 



2,358 



2.997 



25 



Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



Table 4: Immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational group 1 















Destined to the labour force 










Not destined to 


the labour 


force 






Profes- 




Commer- 




Transport 




Mining 












Students 




Year 


Total 




sional 




cial 


Service 


and 




and 












(18 years 




and 


immi- 


Mana- 


and 




and fi- 


and re- 


communi- 


Agricul- 


quarry- 


Manufac- 


La- 


Sub- 






and 


Sub- 


quarter 


gration 


gerial 1 


technical 


Clerical 


nancial 


creation 


cation 


ture 


ing 3 


turing 4 


bourers 


total" 


Spouses' 


Children 


over) 7 


total" 


D 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


1982 


121,147 


4,015 


14,692 


6,157 


2,087 


4,312 


777 


2.187 


164 


11,097 


668 


55.472 


17,808 


12,964 


22,675 


65,675 


1983 


88,846 


2,429 


7,078 


3,520 


1,496 


3,859 


612 


1,415 


115 


6,790 


432 


37.025 


15,400 


7,324 


18,245 


51,821 


1981 2 


31,443 


931 


3,139 


1.900 


583 


1,118 


152 


833 


72 


3,041 


159 


13.854 


4,734 


4,383 


5,078 


17,589 


3 


35,887 


1.148 


3.901 


1,951 


588 


1,056 


141 


847 


40 


2,979 


187 


15,193 


5,414 


4,794 


6,607 


20,694 


4 


34,531 


963 


3,858 


1,738 


555 


1,182 


220 


721 


47 


3,432 


177 


16,011 


4,914 


4,060 


5,708 


18,520 


1982 1 


29,659 


980 


3,603 


1,631 


463 


1,115 


210 


581 


33 


2,928 


175 


14,301 


4,249 


3,418 


4,962 


15,358 


2 


35,071 


1.153 


4.420 


1,767 


599 


1.223 


188 


699 


64 


3.288 


187 


16.257 


5.164 


3,818 


6,241 


18,814 


3 


29,658 


1.126 


3,889 


1,480 


567 


948 


175 


452 


30 


2.492 


147 


13.000 


4,350 


3.227 


6,303 


16,658 


4 


26,759 


756 


2,780 


1,279 


458 


1.026 


204 


455 


37 


2.389 


159 


11,914 


4.045 


2,501 


5,169 


14,845 


1983 1 


21,952 


595 


1,773 


915 


363 


1,114 


131 


356 


29 


1.538 


122 


9,517 


3,617 


1.836 


4,376 


12,435 


2 


21 ,490 


544 


1,750 


886 


357 


850 


166 


381 


26 


1.683 


87 


9,158 


3,551 


1,761 


4,305 


12,332 


3 


22,606 


647 


1.813 


879 


391 


800 


131 


339 


28 


1.583 


95 


9,037 


4.033 


1,779 


5,106 


13,569 


4 


22,798 


643 


1,742 


840 


385 


1,095 


184 


339 


32 


1.986 


128 


9,313 


4.199 


1,948 


4,458 


13,485 



1984 1 



18,306 



427 



1,299 



635 



329 



1,103 



104 



292 



24 



1,543 



76 



8,203 3,014 



1,409 3,438 10.103 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary evidence provided by the 
immigrants The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1971 Census; see Occupational Classification Manual. Census of Canada. 1971, Catalogue Number 12-536E. 
Vol. I. 'Beginning with 1978, this is subdivided into entrepreneurs and managers-administrators. For breakdown refer to CANSIM main base "Includes logging, fishing, trapping and 
hunting 'Includes mechanical and construction "Includes a small number in non-specified occupations "Beginning with 1978 includes fiances and fiancees 'Does not include 
students entering Canada on students visas. "Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, and other unspecified persons. 
Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



15 



Section 2— Tables 5-7 

Table 5: Births,' by province (number) 



1984 1 



94,940 



2.000 



470 



3,020 



2.800 



23.860 



33.000 



4,530 



3,750 



10.330 



10.850 



September 1984 



Yea; and 




























quarter 


Canada 


Nlld 


P.E.I 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


Yukon 


NWT 


D 


144 


145 


14b 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 


1982 


373.082 


9.173 


1.924 


12.325 


10.489 


90,800 


124,856 


16,123 


17,722 


45,036 


42,747 


525 


1,362 


1983 


368,220 


9.630 


1.960 


12,090 


10,590 


90,140 


125.490 


16.500 


16.300 


42,570 


41.170 


530 


1.250 


1981 2 


95,859 


2,601 


460 


3.154 


2,642 


24,905 


31 ,469 


4.128 


4,524 


10,900 


10.619 


132 


325 


3 


96,005 


2,608 


501 


3,180 


2,656 


24.444 


31,835 


4.038 


4,309 


11,126 


10,820 


153 


335 


4 


89.361 


2,305 


452 


2.850 


2.580 


22.384 


29,636 


3.999 


4,180 


10,388 


10.151 


132 


304 


1982 1 


90.867 


2,366 


467 


2.931 


2.473 


22.746 


29,466 


4.016 


4,381 


10.948 


10.604 


136 


333 


2 


96,136 


2.314 


504 


3,212 


2.691 


23.663 


32,183 


3,977 


4,489 


11,554 


1 1 ,089 


126 


334 


3 


96,022 


2.374 


472 


3,134 


2,726 


22.976 


32,496 


4.178 


4,550 


1 1 ,732 


10,882 


149 


353 


4 


89,857 


2,119 


481 


3,048 


2,599 


21.215 


30,711 


3.952 


4,302 


10.802 


10.172 


114 


342 


1983 1 


90,260 


2,040 


500 


2.970 


2,620 


23.700 


31 ,320 


4,360 


3,780 


8,690 


9.860 


130 


290 


2 


91,310 


3.040 


520 


3,100 


2,840 


22,690 


29,700 


4,210 


4,510 


10,470 


9,760 


140 


330 


3 


95,420 


2.420 


470 


3,010 


2,560 


23.190 


33,080 


3.970 


4,140 


1 1 .280 


10.820 


130 


350 


4 


91.230 


2.130 


470 


3,010 


2.570 


20.560 


31 ,390 


3.960 


3,870 


12.130 


10.730 


130 


280 



110 



220 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported tor 200 Quebec births 

Table 6: Deaths, by province (number) 



Year and 




























quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


BC 


Yukon 


NWT 


D 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


1982 


174.413 


3.385 


980 


6.941 


5,197 


43.497 


63.696 


8,490 


8,202 


12,968 


20,707 


118 


232 


1983 


175,760 


3,140 


1,000 


6,930 


5,280 


44.430 


66,440 


8.480 


7,410 


12.130 


20.160 


120 


240 


1981 2 


41,762 


833 


215 


1,689 


1.205 


10.537 


15.247 


2,068 


1,866 


3.122 


4,898 


36 


46 


3 


41.624 


793 


232 


1,663 


1,236 


10,444 


15,105 


2,228 


1,850 


3.138 


4,841 


47 


47 


4 


43,992 


827 


267 


1,747 


1,388 


10.808 


16,172 


2,256 


1,953 


3.415 


5,063 


37 


59 


1982 1 


43,955 


888 


245 


1.771 


1.218 


1 1 .009 


16.146 


2,153 


2.025 


3,233 


5,181 


27 


59 


2 


42.781 


814 


263 


1,742 


1,309 


10.603 


1 5.524 


2,142 


1,994 


3,216 


5.080 


30 


64 


3 


42,045 


772 


248 


1.673 


1.266 


10.645 


15,536 


2,029 


1,881 


3,069 


4,825 


32 


69 


4 


45.632 


911 


224 


1.755 


1,404 


1 1 .240 


16.490 


2,166 


2,302 


3.450 


5,621 


29 


40 


1983 1 


45,030 


990 


270 


1.720 


1,480 


11.160 


17,140 


2,260 


1.920 


2,740 


5.270 


30 


50 


2 


42,010 


620 


240 


1.740 


1.220 


12.270 


15,050 


1,940 


1,830 


3,020 


3.990 


30 


60 


3 


42,220 


700 


260 


1,690 


1.190 


9.930 


15,550 


2.210 


1,870 


3,030 


5.680 


30 


80 


4 


46,500 


830 


230 


1,780 


1.390 


1 1 .070 


18,700 


2.070 


1.790 


3,340 


5.220 


30 


50 



1984 1 



44,040 



900 



280 



1,620 



1,410 



12.080 



16.060 



2.110 



1.930 



2.700 



4.870 



30 



50 



Table 7: 


Marriages, 1 by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada Nfld. P.E.I. 


NS 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


NWT 


D 


170 171 172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 



1982 


188.323 


3,727 


855 


6.486 


4.923 


38.356 


71,595 


8,264 


7,491 


22,312 


23,831 


225 


258 


1983 


179,490 


3,250 


940 


6.270 


4,660 


38,750 


69,590 


8.060 


7,480 


18,910 


21,060 


240 


280 


1981 2 


53,791 


944 


189 


1.688 


1,368 


1 1 ,875 


20.279 


2.284 


2,096 


6.112 


6,830 


56 


70 


3 


74,229 


1.508 


428 


2.774 


2,261 


18,941 


26.157 


3.089 


2,832 


7.617 


8,460 


85 


77 


4 


41,779 


858 


166 


1.460 


1,069 


7.153 


16.183 


1.924 


1,688 


5.176 


5,961 


60 


81 


1982 1 


19,075 


400 


76 


620 


345 


2,661 


7,569 


848 


671 


2.784 


3,031 


28 


42 


2 


52,703 


842 


178 


1.618 


1,265 


10,888 


20,645 


2.287 


2.140 


6.269 


6,439 


61 


71 


3 


74,456 


1,589 


420 


2.803 


2,275 


17.646 


26,754 


3,267 


2.948 


8.157 


8.437 


82 


78 


4 


41,885 


896 


181 


1.445 


1,038 


6.957 


16.627 


1.862 


1.732 


5,102 


5.924 


54 


67 


1983 1 


19,250 


310 


90 


620 


330 


3.880 


7,020 


700 


610 


2,670 


2.930 


40 


50 


2 


45,410 


740 


200 


1.260 


1.090 


9.780 


18,920 


2.640 


2.270 


4,230 


4,170 


40 


70 


3 


72.430 


1,210 


460 


2.900 


2,220 


17.740 


26,700 


2.910 


2.940 


6,870 


8,300 


100 


80 


4 


42.400 


990 


190 


1.490 


1.020 


7.350 


16,950 


1.810 


1.660 


5,140 


5,660 


60 


80 



1984 1 



19,590 



330 



100 



610 



350 



3,860 



7,340 



710 



640 



2,600 



2,930 



40 



80 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported for 204 marriages in Quebec 
Source: Vital Statistics (84-001), (84-205) and (84-206), Statistics Canada. 



16 



Section 3 ■ System of National Accounts 

1. Income and Expenditure Accounts 

18 1.1 National Income and Gross National Product 

18 1.2 Gross National Expenditure 

19 1.3 Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 

19 1 .4 Sources ot Personal Income 

20 1.5 Disposition of Personal Income 

20 1 .6 Sources and Disposition ot Gross Saving 

21 1.7 Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or Deficit, by Level of Government 
25 1.8 Implicit Price Indexes, Gross National Expenditure 

25 1.9 Relation between Gross National Product at Market Prices and 

Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

26 2.1 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Quarterly 

27 2.2 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Monthly 

3. Balance of International Payments 

32 3.1 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, All Countries 

33 3.2 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, Area Distribution 

34 3.3 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital Account, All Countries 



17 



Section 3— Tables 1.1 and 1.2 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 



September 1984 



Table 1.1 


National 


income 


and gross 


national product (millions of dollars) 












































GNP at 






























market 




Wages. 










Accr'd 


Net 














prices 




salaries, 










net 


income of 








Capital 






excl. 




and 




Corpo- 


Deduct 


Interest 


income 


non-farm 




Net 




consump 






accrued 




supple- 


Military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc 


of farm 


un-incorp. 




national 


Indirect 


allow- 






net 


Year 


mentary 


pay and 


protits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


Inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


Residual 


GNP al 


income 


and 


labour 


allow- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


trom farm 


mcl 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


& misc 


error of 


market 


of larm 


quarter 


income 


ances 


taxes' 


residents' 


income 3 


prod * 


rent' 


adjust" 


cost 


subsidies 


val adj 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


D 


40000 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40548 


40013 


D 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40551 


40253 


1982 


207.594 


2,176 


21,110 


-3.611 


28,848 


4,039 


14,842 


-2.631 


272.367 


40,356 


44,650 


929 


358.302 


354,263 


1983 


218.963 


2.375 


32.684 


-2.646 


30,245 


3,572 


18,333 


-2.400 


301.126 


41,417 


47,519 


278 


390.340 


386.768 






Unadjusted for seasonality 



1983 1 


51.492 


566 


6,681 


-559 


7.677 


-1,374 


3,707 


-663 


67,527 


10,109 


1 1 ,394 


-659 


88,371 


89,745 


2 


54.962 


595 


8,281 


-641 


7.021 


-874 


4,671 


-1,016 


72,999 


9,835 


1 1 ,599 


286 


94,719 


95.593 


3 


56,309 


605 


8,533 


-607 


7,530 


6,501 


5,157 


-546 


83,482 


10,797 


12,058 


51 


106.388 


99,887 


4 


56,200 


609 


9.189 


-839 


8.017 


-681 


4.798 


-175 


77,118 


10,676 


12,468 


600 


100.862 


101,543 


1984 1 


55.133 


631 


9.425 


-910 


8,475 


-1,433 


4.247 


-1,053 


74,515 


1 1 .565 


12,411 


-1,309 


97,182 


98.615 


2 


58,076 


658 


10.187 


-815 


8.449 


-1,035 


5.160 


-719 


79,961 


10,024 


12,796 


29 


102,810 


103,845 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


211,296 


2,296 


28,340 


-2,648 


29,544 


3.512 


16.948 


-1,704 


287,584 


39.396 


46,192 


1.100 


374.272 


370.760 


2 


217.808 


2.332 


31 .628 


-2.964 


29.628 


3,520 


18,436 


-3,580 


296.808 


41,436 


46,560 


444 


385.248 


381 .728 


3 


222,264 


2,412 


34,928 


-2,752 


30,472 


3,764 


18.980 


-2,356 


307,712 


42,460 


48.652 


-124 


398,700 


394,936 


4 


224,484 


2.460 


35.840 


-2,220 


31.336 


3,492 


18,968 


-1.960 


312,400 


42,376 


48.672 


-308 


403,140 


399.648 


1984 1 


226,240 


2.564 


39.728 


-4,312 


32.912 


3,324 


19.436 


-3.488 


316,404 


44,548 


50,304 


-444 


410,812 


407.488 


2 


230,064 


2,576 


39,444 


-3,828 


35,268 


3,584 


19,852 


-2.368 


324.592 


43,036 


51,340 


-96 


418,872 


415.288 



'Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises 'Includes the withholding tax applicable to this item 'Includes profits (net of losses) of government business 
enterprises and interest and miscellaneous investment income of government. 'Includes value of physical change in farm inventories The seasonally adjusted data includes an arbitrary 
smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for withdrawals of grain from farm stocks and the change in other farm-held inventories Because of the arbitrary ele- 
ment, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures "Includes net income of independent professional practitioners 'See footnote 4. Table 1.2. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.2: Gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 























Value of 


physical 
































change in 


inventories 










































































expend- 










Business' 






















expend- 
iture 
































consu- 








Resi- 


Non- 


Machin- 








grain in 


Exports 


imports 




national 




mer 


on 








dential 


resi- 


ery 








commer- 


of 


of 


Residual 


expend- 


Year 


goods 


goods 




Govern- 




con- 


dential 


and 




Govern- 




cial 


goods 


goods 


error 


iture at 


and 


and 


and ser- 




ment 




struc- 


construc- 


equip- 




ment 


Non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


market 


quarter 


services 


vices' 


Total 


total' 


Total 


tion 


tion 


ment 


Total 


total 


farm 4 


nels 8 


vices 


services 


mate 


prices 


D 


40014 


40015 


40016 


40017 


40021 


40022 


40023 


40024 


40025 


40026 


40027 


40028 


40029 


40030 


40031 


40548 


D 


40254 


40255 


40256 


40257 


40261 


40262 


40263 


40264 


40265 


40266 


40267 


40268 


40269 


40270 


40271 


40551 



1982 


209.974 


77,768 


79.330 


10,649 


68.681 


13,220 


27,677 


27,784 


-9,135 


69 


-9,346 


142 


101,740 


-100,447 


-928 


358.302 


1983 


229.184 


84,104 


77,647 


11,048 


66.599 


16,187 


24,292 


26,120 


-1,224 


-45 


-677 


-502 


108,169 


-107.262 


-278 


390,340 



Unadjusted for seasonality 



1983 1 


52.497 


20.810 


17,326 


2.190 


15,136 


2,986 


5,595 


6,555 


-2.194 


-7 


137 


-2,324 


23.903 


-24,630 


659 


88,371 


2 


56,867 


20,031 


20,365 


2,628 


17,737 


4,639 


5,974 


7.124 


-3.190 


23 


-2,233 


-980 


27,879 


-26.946 


-287 


94,719 


3 


57,185 


21.453 


20,675 


3,250 


17,425 


4,865 


6,523 


6.037 


6,943 


9 


1.099 


5,835 


26.835 


-26.652 


-51 


106,388 


4 


62,635 


21.810 


19.281 


2.980 


16.301 


3,697 


6,200 


6.404 


-2,783 


-70 


320 


-3,033 


29,552 


-29.034 


-599 


100.862 


1984 1 


57,502 


22.601 


17.895 


2.346 


15,549 


3,095 


5.389 


7,065 


-721 


-42 


1,710 


-2.389 


30,074 


-31,477 


1.308 


97,182 


2 


61,728 


21,192 


20,803 


2,784 


18.019 


4,230 


6,156 


7,633 


-1,178 


60 


45 


-1.283 


34,283 


-33,989 


-29 


102,810 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


220.468 


80,900 


77,016 


10,836 


66.180 


14.984 


25,168 


26.028 


-4.680 


— 


-3.608 


-1,072 


100,964 


-99,296 


-1,100 


374,272 


2 


226,264 


83,656 


77.980 


10,884 


67,096 


17.520 


24,240 


25,336 


-6,648 


— 


-6.456 


-192 


105,948 


-101,508 


-444 


385,248 


3 


232,572 


84,948 


77,892 


11,120 


66,772 


16,900 


23,736 


26,136 


5,028 


-68 


5.288 


-192 


108,292 


-110,156 


124 


398.700 


4 


237,432 


86,912 


77,700 


11.352 


66.348 


15.344 


24,024 


26,980 


1,404 


-112 


2,068 


-552 


117.472 


-118,088 


308 


403,140 


1984 1 


241,668 


88,460 


78,964 


1 1 ,408 


67.556 


15.404 


24,436 


27,716 


1,752 


-20 


2,340 


-568 


126.488 


-126,964 


444 


410,812 


2 


245,276 


89,312 


79,560 


11.556 


68.004 


15,856 


25,028 


27,120 


2,760 


52 


3.008 


-300 


130,592 


-128.724 


96 


418,872 



'Includes defence expenditures 'Includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government business enterprises. Ex- 
cludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure 'Includes capital expenditures by private and government business enterprises, private non-com- 
mercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors Capital expenditure is defined to include all transfer costs on the sales and pur- 
chases of existing fixed assets 'The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price change and the derived "physical" change is then valued at average prices 
of the current period to obtain the value of physical change. The difference between the value of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory valuation adjust- 
ment, (as shown in Table 1.1), "See footnote 4. Table 1.1. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



18 



September 1984 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.3: Gross national expenditure in constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars) 1 



Section 3— Tables 1.3 and 1.4 





Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods 
and 
services 


Govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 
goods 
and 
services 




Gross fixed capital formation 






Value of 
change in 


physical 
inventories 




Exports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


Deduct: 

imports 

of goods 

and 

services 


Residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 


Business 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 




Business 




Non- 
farm 


Farm 
and 
grain 
in com- 
mercial 
chan- 
nels 




Year 
and 

quarter 


Total 


Resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Machin- 
ery 
and 

equip- 
ment 


Gross 
national 
expend- 
iture 


D 
D 


40562 
40594 


40568 
40600 


40569 
40601 


40570 
40602 


40575 
40607 


40576 
40608 


40577 
40609 


40578 
40610 


40581 
40613 


40582 
40614 


40583 
40615 


40584 
40616 


40586 
40618 


40588 
40620 


40590 
40622 


40561 
40593 


1982 

1983 


81.144 
83,697 


23,600 
23,667 


29,265 
27,844 


3,917 
3,977 


25,348 
23,867 


4,529 
5,633 


10,190 
8,543 


10.629 
9,691 


-3.650 
-222 


23 

-13 


-3,615 
-47 


-58 
-162 


33.178 
35,293 


-33,156 
-35,833 


-316 
-93 


130,065 
134,353 



Unadjusted for seasonality 



1983 1 


19,301 


6,080 


6,290 


814 


5,476 


1,019 


2,007 


2,450 


-640 


-2 


133 


-771 


7,757 


-8.211 


229 


30.806 


2 


20.974 


5,574 


7,322 


951 


6,371 


1.619 


2,102 


2,650 


-942 


7 


-645 


-304 


9,215 


-9,163 


-99 


32.881 


3 


20.689 


6,008 


7,371 


1,151 


6,220 


1,704 


2,277 


2,239 


2.085 


3 


238 


1,844 


8.670 


-8,867 


-18 


35.938 


4 


22,733 


6,005 


6,861 


1,061 


5,800 


1,291 


2.157 


2,352 


-725 


-21 


227 


-931 


9.651 


-9,592 


-205 


34,728 


1984 1 


20,167 


6,233 


6,340 


852 


5.488 


1.059 


1.861 


2,568 


-37 


-13 


706 


-730 


9,772 


-10,162 


438 


32,751 


2 


21,818 


5,631 


7,290 


988 


6,302 


1,446 


2,123 


2,733 


-274 


18 


-34 


-258 


10,983 


-10,878 


-10 


34,560 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


82,024 


23,340 


27,844 


3,944 


23,900 


5.188 


8.984 


9,728 


-1,924 


— 


-1,528 


-396 


33.164 


-33,204 


-380 


130.864 


2 


83,288 


23,552 


28,012 


3.920 


24,092 


6.136 


8.528 


9,428 


-1,492 


— 


-1,516 


24 


34.496 


-34.428 


-148 


133.280 


3 


84,368 


23.764 


27,880 


3,992 


23,888 


5,888 


8,304 


9.696 


1,460 


-20 


1,588 


-108 


35.124 


-36.852 


48 


135.792 


4 


85.108 


24,012 


27,640 


4,052 


23,588 


5,320 


8,356 


9,912 


1,068 


-32 


1,268 


-168 


38.388 


-38.848 


108 


137.476 


1984 1 


85,636 


24,104 


27.856 


4,056 


23,800 


5,316 


8,408 


10.076 


456 


-4 


676 


-216 


41,512 


-41 ,276 


148 


138.436 


2 


86,508 


24,056 


27,872 


4,092 


23,780 


5,436 


8,636 


9.708 


944 


16 


1,040 


-112 


41.136 


-41 ,084 


32 


139.464 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars by the constant dollar figures, 
are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change. This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected by compositional shifts which occur within the 
unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarler-to-quarter basis Quarter-to-quarter movements in the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are 
less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.4: Sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 





Wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


Military 

pay and 

allowances 


Net income 

received 

by farm 

operators 

from farm 

production' 


Net income 
of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


Interest, 

dividends 
and miscella- 
neous 
investment 
income 2 




Current transfers 






Year 


From government 


From 
corporations 3 


From 
non-residents 




and 
quarter 


To persons 


Capital 
assistance 


Personal 
income 


D 
D 


40032 
40272 


40033 
40273 


40034 
40274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 


40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40549 
40282 


1982 
1983 


207,594 
218,963 


2,176 
2.375 


3.732 
3.183 


14.842 
18,333 


43,804 
41,913 


43,383 
49,799 


807 
1,271 


488 
531 


600 
616 


317,426 
336.984 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 

1984 1 
2 



51 ,492 


566 


-936 


3,707 


10,199 


12.523 


553 


134 


148 


78.386 


54,962 


595 


-1,158 


4,671 


10,149 


12,746 


193 


132 


148 


82.438 


56,309 


605 


6.250 


5,157 


10,505 


12,156 


271 


134 


149 


91,536 


56,200 


609 


-973 


4.798 


1 1 ,060 


12,374 


254 


131 


171 


84,624 


55,133 


631 


-1,200 


4.247 


10,714 


13,458 


197 


136 


156 


83.472 


58,076 


658 


-1,411 


5.160 


11,548 


13,760 


125 


137 


151 


88.204 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


211,296 


2,296 


3,092 


16,948 


40,912 


48,096 


2,212 


536 


592 


325.980 


2 


217.808 


2,332 


3,276 


18,436 


41 ,024 


49,604 


772 


528 


592 


334,372 


3 


222,264 


2.412 


3,164 


18,980 


42,576 


50,468 


1,084 


536 


596 


342,080 


4 


224,484 


2,460 


3,200 


18,968 


43,140 


51 ,028 


1,016 


524 


684 


345,504 


1984 1 


226,240 


2,564 


2,792 


19.436 


43,096 


51 ,996 


788 


544 


624 


348.080 


2 


230.064 


2,576 


2,820 


19.852 


46,512 


53.536 


500 


548 


604 


357,012 



'This item differs from col 6, Table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the operations of the Canadian 
Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-Operative Wheat Producers. 'Includes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons 3 Charitable contributions and bad debts 
For source see Table 1.9. 



19 



Section 3— Tables 1.5 and 1.6 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.5: Disposition of personal income (million dollars) 



September 1984 





Total 

personal 

income 




Personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 








Current transfers 






Personal savings 








To government 




To 
corpor- 
ations 1 


To non- 
resi- 
dents 






Total 


Excl. 

change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 


Value of 
physical 
change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 






Income 
taxes 


Suc- 
cession 
duties 
& estate 
taxes 


Social 

ins 

& govt 

pension 

funds 1 


Other 


Personal 


Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Curable 
goods 


Semi- 
durable 
goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Serv- 
ices' 


dis- 
posable 
income* 


D 

D 


40042 
40552 


40043 
40283 


40044 
40284 


40045 
40285 


40046 
40286 


40047 
40287 


40048 
40288 


40049 
40289 


40050 
40290 


40051 
40291 


40052 
40292 


40053 
40293 


40054 
40294 


40055 


40056 


40057 
40295 


1982 
1983 


317,426 
336,984 


209,974 
229,184 


25.755 
29.577 


23.433 
25.129 


67.166 

71,231 


93,620 

103,247 


43.881 

46.451 


53 

61 


14,520 
17.008 


3,018 
3.408 


6.574 

4,449 


400 
428 


39,006 
35,995 


38,990 
36,401 


16 
-406 


255,954 
270.056 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


78.386 


52.497 


5.957 


4.762 


16,768 


25,010 


13,125 


17 


3.758 


1.043 


1.261 


107 


6.578 


9.383 


-2,805 


60.443 


2 


82.438 


56.867 


7.876 


6.130 


17,307 


25,554 


10.661 


12 


4,687 


733 


1,085 


107 


8.286 


9.011 


-725 


66.345 


3 


91.536 


57,185 


7.464 


6.094 


17,448 


26,179 


9,961 


13 


4,533 


805 


1,057 


107 


17,875 


12.019 


5,856 


76,224 


4 


84.624 


62,635 


8.280 


8.143 


19.708 


26,504 


12.704 


19 


4.030 


827 


1.046 


107 


3.256 


5.988 


-2,732 


67.044 


1984 1 


83,472 


57,502 


7.223 


4.967 


18.383 


26.929 


13,426 


19 


4.729 


1.006 


965 


112 


5,713 


8,715 


-3,002 


64.292 


2 


88,204 


61.728 


9.175 


6,529 


18.580 


27.444 


9.882 


13 


5.317 


812 


971 


112 


9,369 


10,053 


-684 


72.180 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 

1983 1 325,980 220.468 27.400 24.580 

2 334,372 226.264 28.908 24.928 

3 342,080 232.572 30,296 25,228 

4 345.504 237,432 31.704 25.780 

1984 1 348.080 241,668 32.948 25,616 
2 357.012 245.276 33.488 26,460 



68,036 


100,452 


47,184 


68 


15,436 


3.228 


5,036 


428 


34,132 


70,556 


101,872 


50,660 


48 


16,536 


3,348 


4,520 


428 


32,568 


72,804 


104,244 


41 ,028 


52 


17,860 


3,532 


4.204 


428 


42.404 


73,528 


106,420 


46,932 


76 


18,200 


3,524 


4.036 


428 


34,876 


74.848 


108,256 


49,296 


76 


18,692 


3,568 


3.876 


448 


30,456 


75,420 


109,908 


47,004 


52 


19,104 


3,780 


4,052 


448 


37.296 



260,064 
263,780 
279.608 
276,772 

276.448 
287,072 



'Includes net expenditure abroad Employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension funds 
consumer debt 'This item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government" 
For source see Table 1.9. 



3 This item is the transfer portion of interest on the 



Table 1.6: Sources and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 













Sources of gross saving 










Disposition of gross 














Saving 










Capital 
con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances 
and 
MVA 1 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 






Total 
gross 
saving 


Persons 
corporated 


& unin- 
business 


Corporate and government 
business enterprises 




Govern- 
ment 


Non- 
residents 


saving 


Year 
and 
quarter 


Personal 
saving 


Adjust- 
ment on 
grain 
trans- 
actions' 


Undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


Govt 
business 
enter- 
prises 


Capital 
assis- 
tance 


Inventory 
valuation 
adjust- 
ment 


Gross 
fixed 
capital 
form- 
ation 1 


Value of 
physical 
change 

in inven- 
tories 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 


D 

D 


40185 
40423 


40175 
40413 


40181 
40419 


40176 
40414 


40177 
40415 


40178 
40416 


40182 
40420 


40179 
40417 


40180 

40418 


40183 
40421 


40184 
40422 


40186 
40424 


40190 
40428 


40191 
40429 


1982 
1983 


69,267 
76,145 


39,006 
35,995 


307 
389 


1,323 
12,277 


-1,559 
127 


1.986 
3.014 


-2.631 
-2,400 


-13,134 
-20.103 


-1,610 
-951 


44.650 
47,519 


929 
278 


79,330 

77,647 


-9,135 
-1,224 


-928 
-278 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


15.791 


6.578 


-438 


2,042 


219 


758 


-663 


-4,204 


764 


1 1 .394 


-659 


17,326 


-2.194 


659 


2 


16,888 


8.286 


284 


3.539 


49 


609 


-1,016 


-5.843 


-905 


1 1 .599 


286 


20,365 


-3.190 


-287 


3 


27,567 


17.875 


251 


3.401 


-10 


823 


-546 


-6.154 


-182 


12,058 


51 


20,675 


6.943 


-51 


4 


15,899 


3.256 


292 


3.295 


-131 


824 


-175 


-3.902 


-628 


12,468 


600 


19,281 


-2.783 


-599 


1984 1 


18,482 


5,713 


-233 


3,591 


402 


741 


-1,053 


-3.304 


1,523 


12.411 


-1.309 


17,895 


-721 


1.308 


2 


19,596 


9,369 


376 


4,130 


176 


970 


-719 


-7,316 


-215 


12,796 


29 


20,803 


-1.178 


-29 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


71.236 


34,132 


420 


9,336 


192 


3.548 


-1.704 


-20.384 


-1.596 


46.192 


1.100 


77.016 


-4,680 


-1,100 


2 


70.888 


32.568 


244 


12.076 


188 


2.876 


-3.580 


-16.068 


-4,420 


46.560 


444 


77,980 


-6,648 


-444 


3 


83,044 


42,404 


600 


13.376 


36 


2,748 


-2,356 


-24.028 


1.736 


48,652 


-124 


77.892 


5,028 


124 


4 


79,412 


34,876 


292 


14.320 


92 


2,884 


-1,960 


-19.932 


476 


48.672 


-308 


77.700 


1,404 


308 


1984 1 


81,160 


30,456 


532 


15.724 


1.024 


3.460 


-3.488 


-17.260 


852 


50,304 


-444 


78.964 


1.752 


444 


2 


82,416 


37,296 


764 


14,288 


1.592 


4,740 


-2.368 


-23.476 


-1.664 


51.340 


-96 


79,560 


2,760 


96 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board 2 See also footnote 1, 
Table 1 4 Miscellaneous valuation adjustment J For a breakdown between government and business, see Table 1 .2. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



20 



September 1984 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, 



Section 3— Table 1.7 



and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 

















Revenue 




























Direct taxes 












Indirect taxes 










Persons 






Corporate and government business enterprises 


Non- 
resi- 
dents 
federal 3 






Total 2 


Federal 

tax 

collec- 

Federal 2 tions 


Pro- 
vincial 2 


Provin- 
cial tax 
collec- 
tions 




Year 


Total 


Federal' 


Pro- 
vincial 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




and 

quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 4 


D 
D 


40058 
40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 
40302 


40065 40066 
40303 40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 
40306 


40069 
40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 


1982 
1983 


58,454 
63.520 


32.142 
35,447 


21.569 
23.487 


3,665 
3.474 


1.078 
1,112 


1 1 ,823 
13.263 


9,217 8,525 
10,274 9,152 


2.606 
2,989 


3.427 
2.831 


1.178 
1.043 


48.582 
50,044 


17,375 
16,048 


17,231 
19,177 


13,976 
14.819 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


16,900 


9,213 


6,635 


808 


244 


3.098 


2,417 


3.077 


681 


860 


250 


12.409 


3.523 


5.211 


3,675 


2 


15,360 


8,497 


5,299 


1.218 


346 


3,088 


2,387 


2,121 


701 


617 


265 


1 1 ,606 


3.934 


3,970 


3,702 


3 


14,507 


7,919 


5,362 


904 


322 


3,304 


2,547 


1,882 


757 


722 


217 


12,940 


4,253 


4,981 


3.706 


4 


16,753 


9,818 


6,191 


544 


200 


3,773 


2,923 


2,072 


850 


632 


311 


13,089 


4,338 


5,015 


3.736 


1984 1 


18,174 


9,479 


7.236 


1,143 


316 


3,996 


3,114 


3,463 


882 


1.021 


258 


13.911 


4,027 


5,899 


3.985 


2 


15,212 


7,677 


5,737 


1,421 


377 


3,973 


3,071 


2.410 


902 


772 


272 


12.654 


4,250 


4.409 


3.995 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 62.688 

2 67,244 

3 58,940 

4 65,208 



36,056 
38,732 
30.448 
36,552 



22,680 
23,952 
23,488 
23,828 



2,972 
3,528 
3,720 
3,676 



980 
1,032 
1,284 
1,152 



12.376 
12,364 
13,728 
14,584 



9,544 

9,496 

10,652 

11,404 



8,240 
9,616 
8,856 
9,896 



2,832 
2,868 
3.076 
3.180 



2,820 
2,420 
3,148 
2.936 



984 
1,004 
1,092 
1.092 



48.380 
49,008 
51,124 
51,664 



1 5,320 
1 5,632 
16.656 
16,584 



18,256 
18,564 
19.636 
20.252 



14,804 
14,812 
14,832 
14,828 



1984 1 
2 



68.064 
66.160 



36,660 
33,968 



25.864 
26,908 



4,264 
4.148 



1.276 

1.136 



15.940 
16,088 



12.280 
12.360 



9,380 
1 1 .088 



3,660 
3,728 



2,952 
3.228 



1.016 
1.040 



54.072 
53.768 



17.300 
17,236 



20,708 
20.548 



16.064 
15.984 











Revenue 
















Other current transfers from persons 








Investment income 








Year 

and 




Total 


Federal 


Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


D 

D 


40074 
40312 


40075 40076 40077 
40313 40314 40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 
40317 


40080 
40318 


40081 40082 
40319 40320 


40083 
40321 


40084 
40322 


40559 
40560 



1982 


3,018 


15 


2,756 


205 


42 


23,109 


6,205 


13.168 


564 


107 


2,176 


889 


1983 


3,408 


22 


3,118 


222 


46 


24,737 


6,427 


14.123 


624 


117 


2,498 


948 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


1,043 


4 


973 


55 


11 


6,011 


1.541 


3.581 


121 


29 


510 


229 


2 


733 


6 


662 


54 


11 


5,763 


1,491 


3,151 


154 


29 


703 


235 


3 


805 


6 


731 


56 


12 


6,142 


1,661 


3.540 


157 


29 


515 


240 


4 


827 


6 


752 


57 


12 


6,821 


1,734 


3.851 


192 


30 


770 


244 


1984 1 


1,006 


6 


928 


60 


12 


6,568 


1,855 


3,758 


133 


31 


547 


244 


2 


812 


6 


734 


60 


12 


6.536 


1.886 


3,389 


169 


31 


808 


253 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


3,228 


16 


2.948 


220 


44 


23.968 


6,244 


13,824 


508 


112 


2,364 


916 


2 


3,348 


24 


3,064 


216 


44 


24.408 


6,328 


13,888 


596 


112 


2.544 


940 


3 


3.532 


24 


3,236 


224 


48 


25,124 


6,508 


14.476 


668 


120 


2.392 


960 


4 


3,524 


24 


3,224 


228 


48 


25,448 


6,628 


14,304 


724 


124 


2.692 


976 


1984 1 


3.568 


24 


3,256 


240 


48 


25,816 


7,504 


14,128 


560 


124 


2.524 


976 


2 


3.780 


24 


3,468 


240 


48 


26.708 


7,508 


14,512 


652 


124 


2.900 


1,012 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969. At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are treated as associations of individ- 
uals in so far as their investment activities are concerned The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment of insurance 'Tax liabilities With- 
holding taxes. 'The quarterly figures of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four. Since real property tax rates have been 
generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally adjusted taxes of series 
For source see Table 1.9. 



21 






Section 3— Table 1.7 /Continued 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



September 1984 



Revenue 






Current transfers from other levels of government 








Total revenue 










Total 


Provinces 


Local governments 


Hospitals 




Year 
and 
quarter 


From local 

From govern- 

Canada ments 


From From 
Canada provinces 


From 
provinces 


From local 
govern- 
ments 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 
D 


40085 
40323 


40086 
40324 


40087 
40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 
40328 


40091 
40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


40096 
40334 


40097 
40335 


40098 
40336 


1982 
1983 


41.627 

44,808 


15,480 
17,047 


79 

76 


286 
314 


14,700 
15,503 


11,062 
11,848 


20 

20 


187,791 
200,823 


66,132 
69,261 


72,889 
80.017 


29,731 
31 .482 


1 1 .231 
12.031 


5,841 
5,972 


1.967 
2,060 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1983 1 
2 
3 
4 


9.467 
13,167 
1 1 .436 
10.738 


4.132 
4.368 
4.120 
4,427 


26 

16 
15 
19 


79 
75 
95 
65 


2,641 
5,583 
4,205 
3,074 


2,584 
3,120 
2.996 
3,148 


5 
5 
5 
5 


49.178 
49.982 
49,351 
52.312 


16,948 
16,580 
16,603 
19,130 


21.239 
18.167 
19.506 
21,105 


6,571 
9,568 
8,219 
7,124 


2,629 
3,165 
3,042 
3,195 


1,318 
1,921 
1.419 
1,314 


473 
581 
562 
444 


1984 1 
2 


1 1 .022 
14,172 


5.299 
4,698 


35 

21 


83 
99 


2.860 
5,959 


2,740 
3,390 


5 
5 


54,935 
53,631 


18,739 
17,162 


24,037 
19.890 


7,121 
10,282 


2.788 
3.438 


1,690 
2,229 


560 
630 


Seasonally adjusted 


at annual 


rates 
























1983 1 
2 
3 

4 


42.580 
44,840 
45,428 
46,384 


15,940 
17,340 
17.252 
17.656 


84 
80 
72 
68 


276 
172 
412 
396 


14,944 
15,572 
15.592 
15,904 


11,316 
1 1 ,656 
12,080 
12,340 


20 
20 
20 
20 


194,204 
202,216 
198,968 
207,904 


68,164 
71,216 
65.380 
72.284 


76.564 
79.756 
81.236 
82.512 


30.752 
31.368 
31.728 
32.080 


1 1 .492 
1 1 .832 
12,268 
12.532 


5.336 
6.072 
6.112 
6,368 


1,896 
1,972 
2,244 
2,128 


1984 1 
2 


50,804 
49,676 


20.840 
18.516 


116 
100 


316 
264 


16,892 
17.824 


1 2,620 
12,952 


20 
20 


219,280 
217,220 


74.784 
72.136 


88,572 
87.780 


34.072 
34,964 


12.812 
13,144 


6,788 
7.048 


2,252 
2.148 


Current expenditure 








Purchases of goods 


and services" 








Transfer payments to persons 






Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal Defence" 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospital 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 

D 


40111 
40349 


40112 
40350 


40113 
40351 


40114 
40352 


40115 
40353 


40116 
40354 


40553 
40556 


40554 
40557 


40117 
40355 


40118 
40356 


40119 
40357 


40120 
40358 


40121 
40359 


40122 
40360 


1982 
1983 


77,768 
84,104 


18.920 
19,736 


6,802 
7,224 


24,090 
26,357 


24,209 
26,556 


10.426 
11.325 


76 

85 


47 
45 


43,383 
49,799 


24.380 
28,178 


14.600 
16.242 


524 
672 


2.873 
3,485 


1,006 
1,222 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























1983 1 
2 
3 
4 


20,810 
20,031 
21,453 
21,810 


5,470 
4,629 
4,641 
4,996 


2,005 
1,579 
1,707 
1,933 


6,614 
5,876 
7,390 
6,477 


6.001 
6.650 
6,495 
7,410 


2.690 
2,857 
2,887 
2.891 


23 

8 

29 

25 


12 
11 
11 
11 


12,523 
12.746 
12.156 
12,374 


7,570 
7,190 
6,705 
6,713 


3,651 
4,220 
4,102 
4,269 


147 
175 
168 
182 


852 
859 
876 
898 


303 
302 
305 
312 


1984 1 
2 


22,601 
21,192 


6,188 
5,014 


2,462 
1,854 


6,953 
6,157 


6,506 
6,970 


2,921 
3,016 


17 
23 


16 
12 


13,458 
13,760 


7,753 
7.497 


4,170 
4.666 


175 
212 


987 
996 


373 

389 


Seasonally adjusted 


at annual 


rates 
























1983 1 
2 
3 

4 


80.900 
83.656 
84,948 
86,912 


19,440 
19,572 
19,564 
20.368 


7,116 
7,068 
7,032 
7,680 


25,356 
26,392 
26,668 
27,012 


25,124 
26,268 
27,124 
27,708 


10,840 
11,348 
11,432 
1 1 ,680 


92 

32 

116 

100 


48 
44 
44 
44 


48,096 
49,604 
50,468 
51 ,028 


27,044 
28,184 
28,780 
28,704 


15.804 
16,116 
16,276 
16,772 


628 
660 
688 
712 


3.408 
3.436 
3.504 
3,592 


1,212 
1,208 
1,220 
1,248 


1984 1 
2 


88,460 
89,312 


21,760 
21,300 


8,748 
8,304 


26,920 
27,724 


27,872 
28,164 


1 1 ,776 
11.984 


68 
92 


64 
48 


51,996 
53,536 


28,424 
29,152 


17,388 
18,048 


744 
796 


3,948 
3,984 


1.492 
1.556 


■See page 23 


"Defense purchases of goods and services are 


included 


in Federal government purchases of goods and services. 











22 



September 1984 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, 



Section 3— Table 1 .7/Continued 



by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 

















Current expenditure 


















Subsidies 




Capita 


assistance 


Current transfers 
to non-residents 




Total 


Interest 
Federal 


on the public 
Provincial 


debt 
Local 




Year 


Total 


Federal 


Canada 

Pension 

Plan 




quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Hospitals 


D 

D 


40124 
40362 


40125 
40363 


40126 
40364 


40127 
40365 


40128 
40366 


40129 
40367 


40130 
40368 


41970 
41972 


41971 
41973 


40131 
40369 


40132 
40370 


40133 
40371 


40134 
40372 


40555 
40558 


1982 
1983 


8,226 
8,627 


5,643 
5,683 


2,583 
2,944 


2,793 
4,285 


2.289 
3,365 


504 
920 


1,061 
1,187 


1,041 
1.163 


20 
24 


26,067 
28.116 


16.675 
17.412 


6,811 
7,729 


2,447 
2.818 


134 

157 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



983 1 


2,300 


1,491 


809 


1,311 


1,081 


230 


328 


322 


6 


6,643 


4,180 


1.900 


533 


30 


2 


1,771 


1,151 


620 


802 


596 


206 


334 


328 


6 


6,974 


4,238 


1.942 


752 


42 


3 


2,143 


1,432 


711 


1,094 


844 


250 


260 


254 


6 


6,963 


4.443 


1.864 


621 


35 


4 


2,413 


1,609 


804 


1,078 


844 


234 


265 


259 


6 


7,536 


4,551 


2.023 


912 


50 


984 1 


2,346 


1,525 


821 


938 


691 


247 


422 


415 


7 


7,452 


4,683 


2,130 


605 


34 


2 


2,630 


1,952 


678 


1,095 


875 


220 


390 


383 


7 


7,708 


4,574 


2,233 


853 


48 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


8,984 


6,092 


2.892 


5,760 


4,840 


920 


1.220 


1,196 


2 


7,572 


4,508 


3,064 


3,648 


2,824 


824 


1.188 


1,164 


3 


8,664 


5.804 


2,860 


3,832 


2.832 


1,000 


1,132 


1,108 


4 


9,288 


6,328 


2,960 


3.900 


2,964 


936 


1,208 


1.184 


1984 1 


9,524 


6,224 


3,300 


4,248 


3,260 


988 


1,568 


1,544 


2 


10,732 


7,672 


3,060 


5,240 


4,360 


880 


1,400 


1,372 



24 


27,048 


16.888 


7,328 


2,684 


24 


27,776 


17,288 


7,576 


2,760 


24 


28.524 


17,660 


7,848 


2,856 


24 


29,116 


17,812 


8,164 


2,972 


24 


29.940 


18.844 


7.908 


3,024 


28 


30.800 


18,764 


8.740 


3,120 



148 
152 
160 
168 

164 
176 



















Current expenditure 


















Current transfers to other levels of government 








Total 


:urrent expenditure 5 








Total 


Canada to 


Provinces to 


Local governments to 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 




Year 
and 
quarte 


Provinces 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Hospitals 


Provinces 


Hospitals 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




D 
D 


40135 
40373 


40136 
40374 


40137 
40375 


40138 
40376 


40139 
40377 


40140 
40378 


40141 
40379 


40142 
40380 


40143 
40381 


40144 
40382 


40145 
40383 


40146 
40384 


40147 
40385 


40148 
40386 



1982 


41 ,627 


15,480 


286 


14,700 


1 1 .062 


79 


20 


200,925 


84,714 


74,350 


27,279 


10,560 


2,969 


1,053 


1983 


44,808 


17,047 


314 


15,503 


11,848 


76 


20 


220,926 


92,898 


81,543 


30,142 


1 1 ,482 


3,594 


1,267 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


9,467 


4,132 


79 


2.641 


2,584 


26 


5 


53.382 


24,325 


18,429 


6,712 


2,720 


881 


315 


2 


13,167 


4,368 


75 


5,583 


3,120 


16 


5 


55,825 


22,575 


21,567 


7,598 


2,899 


873 


313 


3 


1 1 ,436 


4,120 


95 


4,205 


2,996 


15 


5 


55,505 


22,534 


21,518 


7,304 


2,922 


911 


316 


4 


10,738 


4,427 


65 


3,074 


3,148 


19 


5 


56.214 


23,464 


20,029 


8,528 


2,941 


929 


323 


1984 1 


1 1 ,022 


5,299 


83 


2,860 


2,740 


35 


5 


58.239 


26,637 


19,921 


7,326 


2,955 


1,011 


389 


2 


14,172 


4,698 


99 


5,959 


3,390 


21 


5 


60,947 


25,092 


23,303 


8,061 


3,064 


1,026 


401 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


42,580 


15.940 


276 


14,944 


11,316 


84 


20 


214,588 


91,716 


78,560 


28,540 


10,988 


3,524 


1,260 


2 


44,840 


17,340 


172 


15,572 


1 1 ,656 


80 


20 


218,284 


91,052 


81 ,200 


29,788 


1 1 .500 


3,492 


1.252 


3 


45,428 


17,252 


412 


15,592 


12,080 


72 


20 


222,996 


93,412 


82,324 


30,760 


1 1 ,592 


3,644 


1.264 


4 


46,384 


17,656 


396 


15,904 


12,340 


68 


20 


227,836 


95,412 


84.088 


31 .480 


11,848 


3,716 


1.292 


1984 1 


50,804 


20,840 


316 


16,892 


12,620 


116 


20 


236,540 


101,212 


86,016 


31 ,776 


1 1 ,940 


4,040 


1,556 


2 


49,676 


18.516 


264 


17,824 


12,952 


100 


20 


240,696 


101,400 


89,228 


32,200 


12,160 


4,104 


1.604 



"Includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 24, col 8 



23 



Section 3— Table 1.7 /Concluded 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/concluded 



September 1984 















Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 


















Saving 








Total 


Plus capital consumption 
Federal Provincial 


allowances 
Local 




Year 
and 

quarte 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Hospitals 




D 

D 


40149 
40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 
40338 


40101 
40339 


40102 
40340 


40103 
40341 


1982 
1983 




-13,134 
-20,103 


-18,582 

-23,637 


-1,461 
-1.526 


2,452 
1,340 


671 
549 


2.872 
2,378 


914 
793 


5,959 
6,773 


1,019 

1.146 


2,216 
2,544 


2,285 
2,586 


439 

497 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


-4,204 


-7.377 


2,810 


-141 


-91 


437 


158 


1,611 


274 


602 


616 


119 


2 


-5,843 


-5,995 


-3,400 


1.970 


266 


1,048 


268 


1,664 


282 


624 


636 


122 


3 


-6,154 


-5,931 


-2.012 


915 


120 


508 


246 


1,721 


291 


647 


657 


126 


4 


-3.902 


-4.334 


1.076 


-1.404 


254 


385 


121 


1,777 


299 


671 


677 


130 


1984 1 


-3.304 


-7.898 


4,116 


-205 


-167 


679 


171 


1,798 


304 


683 


680 


131 


2 


-7,316 


-7,930 


-3.413 


2.221 


374 


1,203 


229 


1,859 


313 


709 


702 


135 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 

1984 1 
2 



-20,384 


-23,552 


-1.996 


2,212 


-16.068 


-19,836 


-1.444 


1,580 


-24,028 


-28,032 


-1.088 


968 


-19.932 


-23,128 


-1.576 


600 


-17.260 


-26,428 


2,556 


2.296 


-23.476 


-29,264 


-1,448 


2.764 



504 


1,812 


332 


2,580 


676 


2,468 


684 


2.652 


872 


2,748 


984 


2,944 



636 


6.444 


1.096 


2,408 


2,464 


720 


6.656 


1.128 


2.496 


2,544 


980 


6.884 


1,164 


2.588 


2,628 


836 


7.108 


1.196 


2,684 


2,708 


696 


7,192 


1,216 


2,732 


2,720 


544 


7,436 


1,252 


2,836 


2,808 



476 
488 
504 
520 

524 
540 









Surplus or deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 










Deduct: gross capital formation 






Equals: surplus ( + ) or deficit (-) 






Year 




Federal 


Provincial Local Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial Local 


Hospitals Total 


D 
D 


40156 
40394 


40157 40158 40159 
40395 40396 40397 


40160 40168 
40398 40406 


40169 
40407 


40170 40171 40172 
40408 40409 40410 


40173 
40411 


40174 
40412 



1982 


10,718 


1.341 


4.092 


4.591 


694 


-17,893 


-18,904 


-3,337 


146 


416 


2.872 


914 


1983 


11,003 


1,609 


3,951 


4.596 


847 


-24,333 


-24.100 


-2,933 


-670 


199 


2.378 


793 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


2.183 


320 


803 


881 


179 


-4.776 


-7.423 


2,609 


-406 


-151 


437 


158 


2 


2,651 


379 


937 


1.128 


207 


-6,830 


-6,092 


-3.713 


1.478 


181 


1,048 


268 


3 


3.259 


487 


1.161 


1.372 


239 


-7,692 


-6.127 


-2,526 


200 


7 


508 


246 


4 


2.910 


423 


1,050 


1,215 


222 


-5.035 


-4,458 


697 


-1.942 


162 


385 


121 


1984 1 


2,304 


464 


763 


895 


182 


-3,810 


-8.058 


4,036 


-420 


-218 


679 


171 


2 


2,844 


570 


944 


1,130 


200 


-8,301 


-8.187 


-3.648 


1,793 


309 


1.203 


229 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



For source see Table 1.9. 



24 



1983 1 


10,836 


1.396 


3.984 


4,600 


856 


-24,776 


-23,852 


-3,572 


76 


124 


1.812 


636 


2 


10,884 


1.500 


3.952 


4.592 


840 


-20,296 


-20,208 


-2,900 


-468 


-20 


2.580 


720 


3 


11.052 


1.688 


3.928 


4,596 


840 


-28,196 


-28.556 


-2,428 


-1.000 


340 


2,468 


980 


4 


1 1 ,240 


1.852 


3.940 


4,596 


852 


-24,064 


-23,784 


-2,832 


-1.288 


352 


2,652 


836 


1984 1 


11,388 


2.032 


3.992 


4.580 


784 


-21 ,456 


-27,244 


1,296 


436 


612 


2,748 


696 


2 


1 1 ,608 


2.200 


4,024 


4.592 


792 


-27.648 


-30,212 


-2,636 


980 


732 


2,944 


544 



September 1984 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.8: Implicit price indexes,' gross national expenditure (1971 =100), 

based on seasonally adjusted data 



Section 3— Tables 1.8 and 1.9 





Personal expenditure on consumer goods 


and services 




Government 

current 

expenditure 

on goods 

and services 






Gross fixed capital formation 








Total 




Government 




Year 
and 

quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 
durable 
goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Services 


Total 


Non- 
residential 
construction 


Machinery 

and 

equipment 


D 


40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 


40630 




40631 




40632 


40633 


40634 


40635 


1982 


258.8 


194.5 


212.6 


295.3 


274.2 




329.5 




271.1 


271.9 


281.6 


228.2 


1983 


273.8 


202.0 


223.3 


313.2 


294.5 




355.4 




278.9 


277.8 


288.3 


235.3 


1983 1 


268.8 


199.3 


220.1 


304.5 


289.0 




346.6 




2766 


274.7 


284.6 


232.4 


2 


271.7 


200.7 


222.6 


310.1 


291.7 




355.2 




278.4 


277.7 


287.9 


234.6 


3 


275.7 


202.5 


224.5 


315.6 


297.0 




357.5 




2794 


278.6 


289.4 


235.0 


4 


279.0 


205.0 


226.0 


322.4 


300.4 




362.0 




281.1 


280.2 


291 2 


238.8 


1984 1 


282.2 


206.0 


227.1 


329.4 


303.8 




367.0 




283.5 


281.3 


292.6 


242.2 


2 


283.5 


206.0 


228.0 


329.8 


307.2 




371.3 




2854 


282.4 


293.6 


244.3 






Gross fixed capital 


formation 




Exports of 
goods and services 






Deduct: 

imports of 

goods and services 








Business 










Total 


Residential 
construction 


Non- 
residential 
construction 


Machinery 
& equipment 




Total 


Of which: 
merchandise 




Of which: 
Total merchandise 


Gross 

national 

expenditure 





40636 


40637 


40638 


40639 




40640 




40641 




40642 


40643 


40625 


1982 


271.0 


291.9 


271.6 


261.4 




306.6 




3100 




303.0 


304.0 


275.5 


1983 


279.0 


287.4 


284.3 


269.5 




306.5 




306.1 




299.3 


292.1 


290.5 


1983 1 


276.9 


288.8 


280.1 


267 6 




3044 




304.6 




299.0 


2933 


2860 


2 


278.5 


285.5 


284.2 


268.7 




307.1 




307.3 




294.8 


286.1 


289.1 


3 


279.5 


287.0 


285.8 


269.6 




308.3 




307.5 




2989 


290.9 


293.6 


4 


281.3 


288.4 


287.5 


272.2 




3060 




305.1 




304.0 


297.2 


293.2 


1984 1 


283.8 


289.8 


290.6 


275.1 




304.7 




302.8 




307.6 


3006 


296.8 


2 


286.0 


291.7 


289.8 


279.4 




317.5 




317.2 




313.3 


304.7 


300.3 



'These implicit indexes are current weighted price indexes. They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and between major groups. Quarter- 
to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shifting weights than are similar comparisons based on data unadjusted for seasonality, 
and therefore may be used as indicators of price change. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



Table 1.9: Relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 





Gross 






Investment 


Investment 




Gross 






Investment 


Investment 






national 






income 


income 


Gross 


national 






income 


income 


Gross 


Year 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


and 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


quarter 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


D 


40193 


40194 


40195 


40196 


40197 


40198 














D 














40550 


40431 


40432 


40433 


40434 


40435 



1982 
1983 



358,302 
390,340 



-929 
-278 



-40,356 
-41,417 



-5,235 
-5.087 



18,168 
17.330 



329,950 
360,888 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


88,371 


659 


-10,109 


-1,185 


4,096 


81,832 


374,272 


-1.100 


-39,396 


-5,048 


16.696 


345,424 


2 


94,719 


-286 


-9,835 


-1,151 


4,231 


87,678 


385,248 


-444 


-41 ,436 


-4.676 


17,016 


355.708 


3 


106,388 


-51 


-10,797 


-1,259 


4,324 


98,605 


398,700 


124 


-42,460 


-5,296 


17,692 


368,760 


4 


100,862 


-600 


-10,676 


-1,492 


4,679 


92,773 


403,140 


308 


-42,376 


-5,328 


17,916 


373,660 


1984 1 


97,182 


1,309 


-11,565 


-1,232 


4,748 


90,442 


410,812 


444 


-44,548 


-5,236 


19,588 


381.060 


2 


102,810 


-29 


-10,024 


-1,269 


4,982 


96,470 


418,872 


96 


-43,036 


-5.208 


20,104 


390,828 



Source: National income and expenditure accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



25 



Section 3— Table 2.1 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.1: Gross domestic product by industry ot origin 1 , quarterly in 1971 constant dollars 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



September 1984 





Gross 

domestic 

product 


Agriculture 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 


Mines 

(including 

milling), 

quarries 

and oil 

wells 


Manufac- 
turing 
industries 


Con- 
struction 


Transportation. Communication 
and other utilities 




Total 


Trade 

Wholesale 
trade 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Trans- Commun- 
portation ication 


Electric 

power, 

gas and 

water 

utilities 


Retail 
trade 


D 

D 


143992 
143820 


143993 
143821 


143994 
143822 


143995 
143823 


143996 

143824 


144007 
143835 


144087 
143915 


144088 
143916 


144089 144097 
143917 143925 


144099 

143927 


144102 
143930 


144103 
143931 


144105 
143933 


1982 
1983 


115.888.5 
119,005 3 


3,294.9 
3.2483 


692.1 
8487 


189.0 
188 4 


2,916.0 
3.0266 


23.103.4 
24.4858 


6.718.5 
6.6159 


16.1482 
16,379.8 


6,971.8 4,981.7 
7,065 8 4.9616 


3.9580 
4,105.2 


14.181.8 
14.776.2 


5,822.1 
6.0690 


8,359.7 
8.707.2 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


27,823 5 


256.8 


212.2 


20.2 


718.3 


5,816.6 


1,380.3 


4.058.9 


1.629.7 


1.225.1 


1,154.9 


3,235.9 


1 ,397.3 


1,838 5 


2 


29,8926 


6366 


166.4 


62.0 


731.5 


6.2984 


1,699.3 


4,020.2 


1,784.2 


1,239.1 


9328 


3,785.9 


1.571.5 


2,214.5 


3 


31,314.7 


2.179.3 


232.9 


78.4 


745.0 


5.9965 


1.925 


4,037.5 


1,837.6 


1,245 2 


8874 


3,709.2 


1,540.8 


2,168 4 


4 


29,975.8 


177.0 


237.7 


27.7 


832 1 


6,372 1 


1,613.6 


4,265.3 


1,814.7 


1.252.4 


1,131.4 


4.0462 


1,560.1 


2.4862 


1984 1 


29,420.8 


2770 


266 6 


192 


864.1 


6,446 .1 


1,315.3 


4.369.5 


1,789.0 


1,256.7 


1,271.4 


3.434.9 


1,520.4 


1,914.5 


2 


31 ,274.7 


666 3 


146 4 


446 


8366 


6,867.3 


1 ,607.9 


4,316.1 


1,951.1 


1,284.2 


1,009.8 


4.0473 


1,723.2 


2,324.1 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 



116,104.4 
118.220 8 
120.294 7 
121.507.3 



3,312 1 
3,236.6 
3.195.3 
3,206.1 



760.8 
8309 
9679 
845.4 



225.1 
217.2 
174.7 
150 8 



2,8038 
2.9225 
3,1369 
3,2400 



23,3604 
23,919 1 
24,9260 
25.889.4 



6,652.7 
6.788.6 
6,575.0 
6,4099 



15,818.3 
16,232 8 
16.533.6 
16,998.8 



6.749.6 
6,931.4 
7,137.2 
7,474.9 



4,9209 
4,9497 
4,981.9 
4,9939 



3,9086 
4,108.4 
4.1633 
4.275.4 



14.350.1 
14,626.3 
14,982 1 
15,124.2 



5,835.6 
6,002.1 
6.196.1 
6.261 .4 



8,514.5 
8,624.2 
8,786.0 
8,8627 



1984 1 
2 



122.189 6 
123.208 6 



3,114.4 
3,1890 



9592 
7449 



208.2 3,370 4 25.915 9 
159.0 3,381.4 26,013.5 



6.3217 17.033.8 
6,436.1 17.320.7 



7.4286 
7,5756 



5,046.5 
5.129.4 



4.310.8 
4.345.3 



15,226.9 
15,527.4 



6.362.2 
6.501.2 



8,864.7 
9.026.2 





Finance 

insurance 

and real 

estate 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

services 


Public 

administration 

and 

defence 






Special industry groupings 








Year 
and 
quarter 


Industrial 
production 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Service- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non 

commercial 

industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


D 
D 


144119 
143947 


144126 
143954 


144133 
143961 


144145 
143968 


144148 
143969 


144147 
143970 


144146 
143971 


144149 
143972 


144140 
143974 


144139 
143973 



1982 
1983 



16.1076 


24,133.6 


8,403.4 


29,9774 


40.871.9 


75,016.6 


97.002.9 


18.885.6 


11.743.3 


11,360.1 


16,443.5 


24,480.1 


8,512.0 


31,617.6 


42,518.9 


76,486.4 


99.873.8 


19,131.5 


12,320.5 


12,165.3 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


4,052.0 


5,998.4 


2,074 1 


7,6898 


9,559.2 


18,2643 


23,0484 


4,775.2 


2,973.1 


2.843.5 


2 


4.128.3 


6,211.6 


2,152.2 


7,9627 


10,527.0 


19,365.6 


25,012.0 


4,880.6 


3,127.2 


3.171.2 


3 


4.151.0 


6,0573 


2,202.6 


7.628.9 


12,044.4 


19,270.3 


26,683.2 


4,631 .4 


3.084.9 


2.911.6 


4 


4,108.2 


6.2102 


2,085.6 


8.3357 


10,391 7 


19,584.0 


25,129.9 


4,845.8 


3,136.0 


3.236.2 


1984 1 


4,1176 


6.2164 


2,094 1 


8,581.6 


10,459.7 


18,961.2 


24.552.2 


4,868.6 


3,089.8 


3,356.3 


2 


4,190.6 


6,390.9 


2,160.7 


8,713.8 


11.179.0 


20,0957 


26.354.5 


4,920.2 


3,303.6 


3,563.8 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


16,251.8 


24,073.5 


8,495.8 


30,0728 


41,023 5 


75,080.9 


97.130.1 


18,974.3 


11,991.2 


11,369.2 


2 


16,479.0 


24,435.9 


8,531 .9 


30,950.1 


42.023.5 


76,197.4 


99.044.5 


19,176.3 


12,188.3 


11,730.9 


3 


16,590.6 


24.685.4 


8,527.3 


32,226.1 


43,139 


77.155.7 


101,101.2 


19.193.5 


12,489.0 


12.436.9 


4 


16.428 8 


24,712.9 


8,501.1 


33,4048 


44,016.9 


77,490.4 


102,3082 


19,199.1 


12,654.0 


13.235.5 


1984 1 


16,512.8 


24.949.3 


8,5768 


33,597.2 


44.200.7 


77,988.9 


102,853.5 


19,336.0 


12,499.4 


13,416.5 


2 


16,723.6 


25,146.8 


8,566.2 


33,740.2 


44,2692 


78,939.4 


103,872.6 


19,336.0 


12,881.1 


13,132.4 



'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding 
Sources: Gross Domestic Product by Industry (61-213 and 61-005), Statistics Canada. 



26 



September 1984 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classitication 



monthly indexes (1971 = 100), 



Section 3— Table 2.2 



Year 
and 
month 



Gross 

domestic 

product 



Agriculture 



Forestry 



Fishing 

and 

trapping 



Total 



Mines (including milling), 
quarries and oil wells 







Non-metal 


Metal 


Mineral 


mines (except 


mines 


fuels 


coal mines) 



144336 
144164 



144337 
144165 



144338 
144166 



144339 
144167 



144340 
144168 



144341 
144169 



144345 
144173 



144348 
144176 



1982 
1983 



139.2 


122.2 


103.4 


128 2 


92.7 


667 


113.5 


846 


142.9 


120 5 


126.8 


127.8 


96.2 


70.2 


116.6 


90.5 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



130.8 


47.2 


78.8 


233.2 


79.5 


49.4 


107.0 


56.1 


136.1 


87.0 


73.1 


309.5 


834 


45.4 


114.3 


77.6 


166.2 


869.9 


107.1 


164.1 


84.1 


49.8 


109.8 


83.1 


136.8 


18.7 


121.7 


133 4 


89.9 


57.4 


110.5 


102.7 


137.2 


17.8 


127.5 


86.2 


96.1 


57.6 


124 2 


99.4 


131.9 


33.6 


101.9 


119.8 


91.3 


51.9 


123.7 


79.7 


128.6 


40.3 


105.4 


44.8 


88.8 


55.9 


119.6 


72.2 


134.9 


41.3 


126.6 


56.3 


92.7 


65.8 


117.6 


686 


137.5 


32.7 


148 3 


63.0 


924 


63.2 


111.6 


105.8 


140.9 


144.9 


107.7 


68.6 


88.7 


71.1 


103.4 


99.5 


143.6 


127.0 


774 


196 1 


92.5 


78.1 


103 8 


97.4 


146.3 


11.5 


113.2 


2397 


97.8 


74.5 


114.3 


94.6 


136.9 


56.2 


113.4 


227.0 


85.1 


54.2 


111.0 


61.8 


141.9 


82.5 


138.1 


256 7 


94.8 


66.5 


114.5 


73.6 


172.5 


831 4 


165.9 


154.6 


104.2 


81.5 


121.9 


94.3 


145.5 


21.0 


160.9 


81.3 


106.6 


81.3 


122.7 


109.9 


145.9 


18.9 


151.4 


64.7 


107.0 


78.0 


128.2 


110.1 


140.6 


389 


113.8 


79.7 


103 8 


72.7 


130 6 


99.3 


136.9 


45.0 


147.5 


37.6 


103 3 


71.9 


129.0 


107.2 


142.4 


44.2 


164.2 


57.0 


113.0 


88.0 


131.3 


113.6 


144.8 


34.1 


166.1 


61.6 


1132 


85.6 


131 2 


113.2 


148.2 


150.3 


92.2 


50.3 


1075 


863 


126.2 


118.5 


150.2 


127.4 


76.1 


137.1 


105.2 


84.7 


120.5 


113.9 


152.4 


18.9 


94.1 


175.8 


106.4 


81.3 


123.1 


1093 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



137.7 


122.9 


99.5 


127.5 


876 


60.8 


112.1 


74.0 


138.4 


124.4 


74.9 


130.0 


86.5 


50.3 


117.7 


84.0 


138.0 


123.6 


97.2 


144.3 


85.4 


51.4 


113.4 


83.8 


137.0 


123.9 


103.8 


120.4 


88.0 


56.0 


112.4 


91.2 


137.3 


119.3 


106.6 


140.9 


90.8 


56.5 


116.9 


88.1 


137.4 


120.9 


101.6 


173.1 


90.4 


55.7 


114.8 


84.4 


139.6 


124.1 


114.7 


167.4 


89.7 


60.2 


114.5 


74.9 


138.7 


123.5 


107.3 


153 3 


88.2 


62.4 


111.4 


65.4 


140.0 


121.0 


118.9 


137.3 


89.5 


60.1 


110.1 


98.7 


140.4 


120.7 


119.7 


137.5 


90.3 


62.7 


110.8 


95.8 


141.6 


119.3 


123.1 


150.7 


92.0 


67.1 


111.2 


99.2 


143.9 


120.2 


129.5 


154.0 


96.3 


71.9 


114.9 


93.3 


143.9 


118.5 


143.2 


127.9 


94.5 


68.6 


115.6 


83.8 


144.4 


117.8 


141.5 


113.6 


990 


75.1 


117.4 


80.1 


145.2 


119.3 


149.0 


114.0 


105.6 


843 


1243 


95.0 


145.5 


118.7 


136.5 


98.2 


1040 


78.8 


124.7 


96.7 


145.9 


118.3 


127.4 


105.3 


101 6 


77.1 


121.1 


97.3 


146.4 


119.8 


114.9 


103.3 


103 3 


78.5 


121.0 


104.5 


147.3 


113.3 


159.1 


1303 


105.1 


78.5 


124.1 


109.3 


146.1 


116.2 


138.3 


137.6 


106.9 


81.4 


125.6 


107.9 


146.9 


117.1 


132.4 


155.7 


109.3 


81.2 


129 2 


106.4 


147.2 


116.7 


103.1 


104.2 


109.5 


75.7 


135.7 


113.2 


148.1 


118.5 


122.2 


107.6 


106.7 


72.2 


132.9 


115.7 


148.7 


119.7 


108.5 


111.8 


106.2 


78.3 


127.2 


108.0 



27 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 

2 — Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry ot origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



September 1984 

















Manufacturing industries 












Year 
and 

month 


Total 


Food and 
beverages 
industries 


Tobacco 
products 
industries 


Rubber 
& plastic 
products 
industries 


Leather 

industries 


Textile 
industries 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 
industries 


Wood 
industries 


Furniture 

and fixture 

industries 


Paper 
and allied 
industries 


Printing, 

publishing, 

and allied 

industries 


Primary 

metal 

industries 




D 
D 


144351 
144179 


144352 
144180 


14436b 
144193 


144366 

144194 


144369 

144197 


144371 
144199 


144374 
144202 


144375 
144203 


144379 
144207 


144383 
144211 


144385 
144213 


144389 

144217 


144392 
144220 


1982 
1983 




121.3 
1286 


121.6 
122.2 


113.6 
106 9 


1448 
1627 


95.2 
1026 


109.8 

119.7 


102.4 

111.2 


114.2 
120.3 


124.7 
156.6 


110.0 
1255 


114.3 
125 4 


163.1 
1642 


97.6 
106.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


1038 


118.1 


400 


1209 


79.8 


860 


854 


1022 


101.1 


77.1 


1004 


140 4 


75.9 


A 


117.6 


1320 


999 


133.8 


113.3 


950 


113.7 


128.9 


121.5 


103.2 


110.2 


149.7 


89.5 


S 


128.0 


138.4 


1280 


154.7 


1228 


114.1 


113.8 


134.7 


128 3 


117.4 


110.5 


169.0 


96.3 


O 


121.3 


1240 


125.9 


1480 


100 6 


115.8 


116.7 


127.6 


133 9 


113.4 


113.6 


171.2 


95.4 


N 


120 6 


126.1 


136 6 


148.4 


97.5 


115.7 


115.8 


121.1 


125.0 


122.6 


115.1 


174.2 


95.5 


D 


102.8 


107.7 


89.0 


122.9 


69.0 


108.6 


81.9 


80.1 


110.7 


100.5 


98.7 


156.8 


71.3 


1983 J 


109.7 


108.1 


133.3 


125.5 


69.5 


112.0 


97.0 


107.7 


129.7 


103.0 


109 8 


138.0 


85.5 


F 


126.9 


1168 


131 1 


165.3 


107.3 


126.1 


111.6 


138 4 


153 4 


123.1 


124 


160.5 


98.0 


M 


130 


118.5 


114.7 


169 4 


978 


1275 


111.4 


130 3 


156 3 


132.4 


126 2 


165.3 


106.5 


A 


128.0 


118.6 


115.6 


164.4 


85.8 


127.5 


114.9 


112.1 


155 4 


124.1 


121.0 


165 8 


107.8 


M 


129.5 


1222 


113.8 


160 5 


91.9 


118.5 


990 


105.4 


1557 


119.3 


125 3 


165.5 


112.1 


J 


1394 


136.1 


111.6 


177.2 


108 4 


126.1 


118.1 


116.6 


174.3 


133.5 


134.1 


168.7 


116.1 


J 


112.0 


119.1 


33.5 


137.5 


902 


97.2 


96.0 


108 2 


150 


91.5 


117.5 


139.6 


91.3 


A 


124.7 


129 6 


91.3 


152.3 


120 4 


107 9 


122.9 


1346 


160 4 


1246 


127.3 


156.5 


101.0 


S 


141.3 


136.6 


111.3 


183.2 


138.9 


126.3 


125.7 


143.3 


175.9 


146.5 


132.3 


179.6 


117.5 


O 


139.2 


123 9 


114.7 


181.5 


120 4 


1232 


1239 


132.6 


1672 


137 


132.3 


179 9 


119.4 


N 


140 8 


125 8 


126.8 


184.3 


112.7 


124.3 


123.4 


125.7 


160 8 


150.0 


130 8 


1843 


122.3 


D 


121 6 


111.1 


84.9 


151.5 


87.0 


119.3 


899 


888 


1399 


121.1 


124.4 


166 


101.3 


1984 J 


126.4 


105.0 


115.1 


163.4 


96 1 


1127 


92.4 


111.4 


146.1 


120.7 


127.9 


149.1 


123.9 


F 


137.6 


115.6 


118.4 


193.8 


111.1 


115.6 


116.2 


138.2 


156 8 


140.1 


122.9 


170.5 


128.1 


M 


142.3 


120.5 


1169 


198 4 


110.4 


126.4 


117.8 


127.2 


151.1 


136 


118.0 


177.0 


133.1 


A 


140.1 


118.3 


106.6 


1938 


977 


118.6 


105.5 


120.2 


1697 


134.8 


127.0 


177.9 


130.4 


M 


141.5 


124 3 


105.1 


195.1 


102.4 


117.8 


108.7 


107.4 


162.5 


125.5 


135.0 


178.6 


131.7 


J 


151.2 


138 8 


107.3 


206 8 


109.6 


126.9 


124.1 


131.4 


179.3 


132.6 


1404 


179.5 


132.0 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


119.6 


1225 


1069 


144.6 


93.2 


102.3 


970 


114.5 


122 3 


103 4 


112.2 


163.5 


90.2 


A 


1233 


123.3 


111.9 


149.3 


97.1 


100.9 


105.5 


115.8 


127.0 


107.1 


113.0 


160.2 


98.8 


S 


120.0 


122.7 


119.2 


1425 


94.7 


1099 


101.4 


112.3 


123.5 


105.2 


110.3 


158.4 


94.7 


o 


116.3 


120.1 


113.6 


1420 


900 


110.7 


1039 


114.9 


1295 


107 


111.7 


158.0 


93.2 


N 


115.7 


121.6 


113.4 


144.4 


91 9 


110.8 


1055 


116.7 


125.2 


1108 


112.1 


159.5 


93.1 


D 


115.6 


119.2 


112.4 


144.1 


896 


112.1 


103.3 


115.6 


129.9 


113.4 


110.5 


160.5 


81.3 


1983 J 


121.6 


125.0 


124.1 


141.4 


81.3 


116.4 


108.6 


115.5 


137.9 


120.0 


115.2 


158.5 


87.6 


F 


1228 


1226 


118.0 


151.2 


1049 


1198 


107.3 


119.4 


142.9 


117.8 


116.8 


1602 


92.4 


M 


123 6 


121.7 


105.7 


156.5 


98.1 


118.3 


1089 


121.1 


145.7 


122.7 


118.3 


161.2 


97.8 


A 


124 5 


123.0 


1083 


157.5 


983 


122.9 


121.3 


121.8 


146 4 


119.1 


119.5 


160 1 


101.2 


M 


125.3 


120.7 


105.3 


155.0 


96.6 


1186 


1086 


124.3 


148.7 


118.1 


122 3 


162.0 


105.7 


J 


127.1 


122 8 


1024 


160.7 


104.7 


122.1 


106.7 


114.3 


159.5 


123.0 


125.0 


163.8 


109.0 


J 


1290 


123.7 


96.3 


163 9 


107.1 


120.3 


110.8 


120.6 


182.7 


124.6 


130.5 


163 1 


109.0 


A 


131.0 


121 6 


102.2 


167.7 


1032 


117.4 


112.6 


120.5 


166 3 


128.9 


130.1 


167 


111.0 


S 


132.7 


122.0 


103.5 


167.7 


105.6 


121.6 


111.7 


120.1 


168.3 


131.2 


1322 


168.2 


115.0 


O 


1343 


121.0 


103 4 


174.9 


1082 


1180 


110.9 


119.4 


162.2 


130 6 


1300 


166.6 


116.4 


N 


135.8 


121.7 


105.4 


179 


107.0 


119.1 


111.9 


121.2 


162.7 


1349 


127.7 


168.6 


119.1 


D 


137.8 


122.8 


107.5 


178.2 


113.1 


123 4 


1132 


127.4 


1625 


135.9 


139.3 


169.6 


118.0 


1984 J 


139.1 


122.4 


106.6 


183 8 


112.6 


117.0 


104.6 


120.3 


155.0 


139.8 


133.9 


171.1 


123.7 


F 


134.0 


122.5 


1058 


178.1 


1095 


1098 


112.3 


119.5 


1473 


134.1 


116.1 


170.0 


121.2 


M 


1352 


123.8 


108 6 


182.2 


110.7 


116.5 


115.1 


1186 


142.5 


126 


1109 


172.6 


1223 


A 


135.7 


122.7 


100.3 


185 6 


113.2 


114.0 


111.6 


128 8 


160.0 


129.2 


126.3 


172.0 


122.0 


M 


1366 


1228 


97.6 


189 4 


108.5 


117.7 


119.6 


126.6 


155.1 


124 7 


131.5 


175.1 


123 7 


J 


137.6 


125.2 


98 5 


188 7 


106 2 


122.6 


112.9 


1293 


163 6 


121.8 


130.9 


174.2 


123.1 






28 



September 1984 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 













Manufacturing 


industries 




















Metal 






















fabricating 


Machin- 






Non- 






Miscel- 
















ind. (ex 


eries 


Trans- 




metallic 


Petroleum 


Chemical 


laneous 












Year 




mach. & 


ind. (ex. 


portation 


Electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


and chem 


manufac- 




Transportation. 


communication and other utilities 


and 




transp 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


turing 


Construction 










month 




equip, ind. 


machinery 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industry 


Total 


Transp. 


Storage 


Commun 




D 


144397 


144403 


144405 


144411 


144418 


144422 


144423 


144429 


144431 


144432 


144433 


144439 


144441 




D 


144225 


144231 


144233 


144239 


144246 


144250 


144251 


144257 


144259 


144260 


144261 


144267 


144269 


1982 




106.4 


170.3 


123.6 


123.7 


96.8 


852 


143.9 


118.9 


114.9 


160.1 


134.1 


124.1 


199.2 


1983 




104.1 


150.1 


144.0 


126 5 


103.1 


82.4 


158.1 


120.7 


113.2 


162.4 


135.9 


129.6 


198.4 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


898 


138.2 


103.0 


104.9 


93.7 


90.5 


121.7 


104.8 


128.0 


152.0 


135.8 


141.1 


194.8 


A 


101.7 


137.2 


119.2 


118.6 


108.6 


92.6 


133.0 


113.5 


126.9 


155.7 


137.9 


117.9 


199.2 


S 


111.0 


161.1 


127.5 


133.6 


111.5 


82.7 


152.4 


131.9 


126.4 


157 8 


138.6 


142.8 


199.6 


O 


99.0 


150.0 


110.6 


128.4 


111.9 


78.6 


142.0 


130.8 


126.6 


154.8 


129.8 


132.5 


197.2 


N 


100.8 


156.1 


105.3 


123.6 


104.6 


89.5 


142.8 


121.6 


113.0 


158 7 


126.6 


128.5 


199.3 


D 


82.4 


155.3 


89.6 


114.4 


74.5 


85.0 


130.7 


101.5 


99.7 


155 2 


119.0 


123.3 


193.8 


1983 J 


87.8 


120.4 


124.4 


110.4 


71.4 


83.4 


139.0 


99.9 


95.7 


157.7 


118.6 


102.6 


192.2 


F 


106.0 


153.0 


138.5 


125.6 


82.3 


83.6 


163.4 


121.5 


94.9 


162.3 


124.8 


93.7 


197.8 


M 


111.0 


156.0 


146.7 


124.5 


87.1 


77.6 


165.7 


124.2 


92.7 


163.0 


132.7 


113.4 


197.8 


A 


103.2 


135.9 


154.5 


123.4 


98.0 


62.8 


164.3 


118.1 


100.1 


158.9 


133.1 


118.1 


195.0 


M 


99.6 


150.5 


160.5 


119.9 


110.0 


66.9 


162.8 


115.0 


114.4 


157.1 


1349 


139.2 


197.3 


J 


110.7 


156.0 


161.8 


135.4 


128.8 


84.6 


167.1 


134.1 


134.3 


162.3 


143.7 


145.9 


202.2 


J 


92.3 


116.0 


111.1 


107.8 


106.1 


86.4 


137.6 


101.7 


136.0 


154.6 


135.6 


145.5 


194.4 


A 


103.5 


138.7 


113.7 


121.1 


116.1 


88 8 


152.0 


120.9 


131.5 


161.3 


142.5 


134.2 


201.7 


S 


117.1 


163.2 


146.3 


141.1 


124.1 


94.9 


169.0 


138.7 


127.5 


164.6 


146.0 


143.3 


201.4 


O 


109.5 


173.5 


159.1 


140.7 


121.5 


89.5 


1625 


137.0 


124.5 


165.5 


143.9 


143.2 


199.6 


N 


115.7 


172.9 


168.3 


138.5 


111.6 


87.0 


166.5 


132.5 


111.5 


171.2 


142.9 


142.0 


202.9 


D 


92.3 


165.2 


142.2 


128.9 


80.0 


84.8 


147.9 


105.2 


95.2 


170.7 


132.0 


134.2 


198.4 


1984 J 


96.3 


149.6 


1650 


125.3 


80.0 


89.2 


156.4 


106.4 


89.6 


172.4 


131.8 


111.5 


197.0 


F 


107.6 


174.3 


176.7 


132.0 


94.0 


89.1 


170.3 


123.8 


90.0 


172.3 


137.6 


105 8 


202.7 


M 


114.5 


185.2 


191.6 


134.8 


97.5 


82.6 


178.9 


130.0 


90.4 


175.2 


143.5 


112.3 


203.3 


A 


109.0 


181.3 


181.0 


128.2 


109.4 


74.6 


176.7 


125.3 


98.8 


169.7 


144.7 


133.4 


201.7 


M 


107.3 


183.5 


184.1 


125.8 


117.1 


78.8 


179.7 


1229 


107.5 


170.6 


1495 


153.4 


204.9 


J 


114.6 


198.4 


195.6 


135.4 


130.7 


88.6 


184.0 


139.8 


123.7 


173.2 


156.0 


159.6 


209.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


100.7 


164.4 


131.3 


120.6 


92.8 


85.1 


139 7 


117.7 


112.2 


157.8 


132.6 


123.1 


198.4 


A 


105.4 


159.2 


1439 


125.7 


98.3 


85.8 


143.0 


116.3 


109.1 


158.4 


132.0 


122.0 


198.4 


S 


100.2 


161.1 


127.1 


124.4 


95.5 


84.3 


146.9 


115.5 


109.4 


158.9 


133.3 


128.3 


196.8 


O 


97.5 


144.4 


110.3 


118.7 


95.2 


81.9 


142 9 


117.5 


111.9 


155.6 


128.4 


121.0 


196.5 


N 


96.7 


149.5 


102.9 


117.6 


95.0 


82.8 


140.9 


114.5 


110.5 


156.1 


128.4 


121.3 


196.4 


D 


97.1 


155.7 


108.8 


116.2 


93.3 


81.0 


143.2 


120.5 


114.0 


155.0 


128.1 


123.7 


195.7 


1983 J 


99.7 


135.5 


137.8 


123.8 


98.8 


81.6 


148.3 


118.0 


117.4 


155.8 


129.0 


124.1 


196.2 


F 


99.4 


139.9 


135.4 


122.6 


96.9 


81.2 


152.4 


121.1 


113.3 


156.2 


128.8 


116.7 


196.8 


M 


101.1 


141.0 


133.4 


123.1 


100.7 


79.3 


153.9 


118.3 


110.7 


158.4 


131.6 


135.3 


197.3 


A 


101.5 


134.5 


133.8 


122.6 


102.3 


76.3 


157.6 


118.8 


111.2 


158.9 


132.3 


125.6 


196.7 


M 


101.3 


144.0 


137.4 


120.2 


102.8 


76.2 


156.7 


117.7 


116.8 


160.4 


133.0 


128.9 


198.0 


J 


102.8 


145.1 


133.7 


126.1 


107.6 


81.1 


155.2 


121.9 


120.3 


163.5 


1346 


127.9 


199.0 


J 


104.3 


138.3 


135.9 


125.4 


107.3 


81.1 


158.5 


115.0 


115.5 


161.8 


133.8 


128.5 


198.5 


A 


107.2 


159.7 


142.5 


127.1 


106.9 


81.9 


163.4 


123.1 


111.9 


164.3 


137.6 


137.4 


200.2 


S 


105.9 


161.7 


146.3 


130.5 


107.3 


95.9 


162.2 


121.7 


110.0 


165.6 


140.3 


129.2 


198.8 


O 


108.2 


167.1 


160.5 


130.2 


104.2 


93.0 


164.3 


123.0 


110.7 


166.5 


142.3 


131.4 


198.8 


N 


111.5 


165.9 


166.0 


132.2 


102.8 


80.4 


164.8 


124.4 


109.8 


169.4 


146.2 


134.7 


199.5 


D 


103.7 


165.1 


177.8 


132.8 


102.0 


81.2 


162.6 


124.3 


108.4 


169.8 


142.7 


134.1 


200.6 


1984 J 


105.8 


169.5 


181.1 


139.5 


107.9 


87.1 


168.1 


124.9 


108.0 


169.5 


143.3 


131.8 


200.9 


F 


104.1 


164.9 


172.0 


130.1 


109.7 


86.3 


158.6 


123.8 


108.2 


168.0 


142.7 


129.8 


201.6 


M 


104.7 


168.6 


175.1 


133.4 


109.6 


84.7 


166.8 


123.9 


108.2 


169.2 


142.5 


128.1 


202.9 


A 


106.9 


176.8 


155.7 


128.2 


113.7 


91.7 


169.6 


126.4 


110.2 


169.9 


143.7 


140.8 


203.6 


M 


108.8 


176.0 


156.7 


127.0 


109.7 


90.4 


173.1 


125.8 


109.3 


173.2 


147.4 


141.6 


205.6 


J 


106.4 


185.6 


160.3 


126.1 


109.2 


84.4 


170.5 


126.8 


110.7 


172.1 


145.9 


142.8 


206.1 



29 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 

2 — Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry ot origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classitication/continued 



September 1984 





Electric 
power, gas 




Trade 




Finance, 
insurance. 






Community, business and personal services 






Year 




Education 


Health & 


Amusement 


Services 




Accom 


and 


and water 




Wholesale 


Retail 


and real 




& related 


Wellare 


and rec 


to business 


Personal 


and tood 


month 


utilities 


Total 


trade 


trade 


estate 


Total 


services 


services 


services 


management 


services 


services 


D 


144443 


144446 


144447 


144449 


144463 


144470 


144471 


144472 


144473 


144474 


144475 


144476 


D 


144271 


144274 


144275 


144277 


144291 


144298 


144299 


144300 


144301 


144302 


144303 


144304 


198? 


180 4 


144.6 


141.9 


146.6 


168.0 


150.1 


1114 


142.9 


194.2 


276.3 


118.3 


137.0 


1983 


187.1 


1507 


1479 


152 7 


171.5 


1522 


112.1 


1482 


196 2 


282 1 


121.7 


133.5 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


1425 


137.9 


131.5 


1426 


166.1 


1453 


850 


144.7 


223.2 


277 9 


118 2 


154.4 


A 


151.4 


141.1 


1388 


1428 


168 2 


1440 


80.4 


144.5 


221 6 


2768 


118.5 


157.0 


S 


156.8 


146.3 


1466 


146.1 


1694 


152.4 


110.9 


144.1 


201 


2766 


118.5 


150.6 


O 


1674 


145.1 


146.7 


1440 


1689 


153.3 


119.3 


144.3 


191 9 


279.1 


119.6 


136.5 


N 


191.1 


1522 


143.7 


158 2 


172.1 


1520 


120.9 


143.7 


1849 


277.7 


119.6 


126.6 


D 


199 9 


1635 


124.1 


191 9 


168.1 


1477 


116.1 


1448 


177.0 


2756 


120.2 


109.0 


1983 J 


215.7 


124.6 


129.1 


121 4 


166.7 


147.0 


117.1 


1448 


178.1 


271.6 


120.7 


106.0 


F 


2166 


131.8 


137.6 


1276 


169.0 


1485 


113.1 


145.6 


180 7 


275.5 


120.1 


120.9 


M 


1994 


139.6 


1420 


137.9 


171.4 


152.1 


122.0 


146.7 


181.5 


2759 


1222 


121.8 


A 


1824 


144.4 


144.8 


144.0 


170.9 


153.1 


121.3 


147.3 


188.4 


276.6 


121.8 


127.8 


M 


165.5 


155.3 


155.3 


155.4 


172.3 


154.7 


118.4 


148.6 


2002 


2796 


122.6 


137.0 


J 


1623 


163 6 


159 5 


1666 


173.5 


155.7 


112.6 


1489 


208 1 


2840 


123.4 


150.6 


J 


1550 


1484 


1446 


151.2 


172.3 


148 2 


86.7 


149 6 


212.1 


287 1 


122 4 


152.9 


A 


161.9 


150.1 


148 4 


151.4 


173.4 


147.5 


820 


1495 


221 9 


2873 


122.3 


156.3 


S 


168.5 


155.4 


157.7 


153.7 


173.8 


156 3 


112.5 


149.1 


203 1 


2882 


122.0 


151.9 


O 


179.9 


157.9 


163.6 


1538 


171.4 


156.7 


120 7 


149 


198.2 


2884 


121.5 


135.9 


N 


204 9 


163.0 


156.4 


167.7 


173.1 


155.7 


122.1 


148 9 


194 4 


287.3 


120.1 


127.8 


D 


234.1 


174.3 


136.4 


201 6 


169 7 


151.0 


116.9 


1499 


1869 


283 1 


120.8 


112.2 


1984 J 


2462 


131.5 


136 8 


1278 


169.1 


151.2 


1188 


150.4 


1858 


281 9 


122.1 


107.9 


F 


2256 


141.6 


152 6 


133.7 


1723 


155.5 


121 8 


150 2 


189 7 


289.2 


122.1 


124.5 


M 


223.6 


147.2 


155 2 


141.3 


173.9 


157.2 


123 2 


150 8 


1877 


2945 


121.9 


130.1 


A 


195.6 


156.1 


156.1 


156 2 


173.5 


157.4 


122.7 


151.4 


191.5 


291.3 


122.4 


132.5 


M 


1830 


1649 


1673 


1632 


175.2 


159.2 


1196 


1520 


2087 


2930 


1232 


146.2 


J 


173.8 


174.2 


180.6 


1696 


175.7 


160.3 


113.7 


153.2 


2200 


296.3 


1238 


159 



Adjusted tor seasonal variation 



1982 J 


174.2 


143.1 


139.5 


145.6 


166 3 


150 


110 8 


1433 


195.7 


276.0 


118.3 


137.6 


A 


178 6 


143.1 


139.5 


1457 


1680 


149.9 


111.0 


143.7 


1954 


275.1 


118.7 


136.3 


S 


179 


143.0 


139.8 


145.3 


168.4 


150 


111.3 


1440 


1966 


274.9 


118.9 


135.6 


O 


176 6 


141.6 


137.7 


1445 


169 2 


150.2 


111.7 


144.5 


193 


276.7 


119.4 


134.2 


N 


178.9 


1438 


1395 


146.8 


171.1 


149.8 


111.5 


1446 


192.0 


276.8 


119.6 


132.0 


D 


174.9 


143.9 


138.7 


147.6 


169 7 


150 3 


112.1 


1452 


192.3 


278 1 


120.1 


130.6 


1983 J 


176.3 


146.9 


146.4 


147.3 


1695 


150.1 


111.8 


145.4 


193.4 


2783 


120.3 


130.1 


F 


178.4 


1447 


140 2 


1480 


168.8 


148.2 


105 6 


1465 


1950 


276.3 


120.3 


129.9 


M 


179 8 


147.4 


140.1 


152 6 


170.1 


150.8 


112.5 


147.5 


1967 


275.4 


122.7 


129.5 


A 


182.0 


145.3 


144.7 


1458 


171.6 


151.5 


112.6 


147.5 


2002 


277.6 


122.0 


131.7 


M 


185.1 


147.8 


1439 


1506 


171.6 


151.9 


112.8 


148.1 


194 7 


278.9 


122.4 


132.8 


J 


194 7 


154.3 


150.3 


157.3 


172.4 


152.5 


112.8 


147.8 


1922 


2830 


122 6 


134.2 


J 


1895 


154.2 


153.7 


1545 


1 7 3.1 


153 


113.0 


148 2 


186 2 


284.9 


122.5 


135.8 


A 


189.1 


152.3 


149.1 


154.6 


173.1 


153.6 


113.1 


148.5 


195.7 


286 1 


122.5 


135.8 


S 


1908 


151 9 


1503 


153 


172.8 


153.9 


113.1 


149.0 


1978 


2864 


122.5 


136.3 


O 


1898 


154.1 


153 6 


1544 


171.6 


153 6 


113.1 


149 4 


199 6 


2858 


121.3 


133.8 


N 


1930 


154.1 


151.8 


155.7 


171.8 


153.7 


112.8 


149 9 


201 8 


286 5 


120.1 


133.7 


D 


201 8 


154.5 


152.4 


156.1 


170.6 


1538 


112.9 


150 4 


2030 


2854 


120.7 


135.0 


1984 J 


1990 


155.3 


1547 


155.7 


171.9 


154.5 


113.4 


1509 


202.3 


288.2 


121.8 


133.3 


F 


1929 


155.2 


155 4 


155.1 


172.1 


155.1 


1137 


151.1 


2047 


289.9 


122.3 


134.2 


M 


1976 


155.4 


155.1 


155.6 


172.6 


155 9 


113.6 


151.6 


2033 


2939 


122.4 


138.1 


A 


196 2 


1569 


155 


158 2 


173.8 


1557 


113.9 


151 6 


2032 


292.4 


122.6 


136.8 


M 


2002 


157.4 


156.7 


157.9 


174.9 


156.4 


114.0 


151.6 


203.2 


292.3 


123.0 


141.5 


J 


1978 


160.7 


163.6 


158.7 


174.5 


157.0 


114.0 


152.1 


2036 


295.3 


123.0 


141.8 



30 



September 1984 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Concluded 





Public 

admin 

and defence 








Special industry groupings 








Year 
and 
month 


Industrial 
production 


Gross 

domestic 

product less 

agriculture 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Service- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non- 
commercial 
industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


D 

D 


144477 
144305 


144484 
144312 


144483 
144311 


144485 
144313 


144486 
144314 


144487 
144315 


144488 
144316 


144490 
144318 


144489 
144317 


1982 
1983 


136.6 
138.4 


123.0 

129.7 


139.8 
143.7 


121.1 
126.0 


151.5 
154.5 


142.6 
1469 


123.8 
125 4 


125.0 
131.1 


117.8 
126.1 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



144.1 


104.2 


133.6 


103.8 


149.2 


133.6 


118.4 


110.3 


97.6 


142.2 


116.3 


137.7 


115.7 


149.9 


140.6 


116.0 


124 


111.4 


138.4 


124.9 


142.6 


184.5 


153.6 


175.4 


124.9 


134.6 


121.6 


136.1 


121.4 


140.8 


114.1 


152.3 


139.1 


126 7 


128 7 


114.1 


134.9 


123.8 


141.2 


113.4 


153.4 


139.6 


126.4 


129.4 


112.1 


134.1 


110.0 


135.2 


102.0 


152.3 


133.6 


124.4 


110.4 


95.4 


133.8 


116.5 


131.6 


106.3 


143.9 


129.6 


124.5 


114.7 


104.8 


134.7 


130.5 


1380 


116.8 


147.2 


137.4 


123.6 


132.1 


121.8 


136.0 


131.4 


141.0 


116.9 


151.5 


139.7 


127.5 


133.0 


127.2 


135.8 


127.8 


140.7 


123.7 


152.6 


143.9 


127.3 


129.6 


126.4 


140.2 


128.0 


144.2 


124.9 


156.4 


147.1 


128.4 


129 6 


129.5 


143.9 


136.1 


150.8 


125.8 


160.3 


150 4 


128.2 


140 2 


138.6 


145.2 


112.4 


139.6 


112.5 


153.5 


140.7 


119.9 


117.3 


106.7 


144.5 


124.2 


143.9 


123.0 


154.8 


147.3 


117.9 


132.0 


117.6 


140.0 


139.0 


150.5 


192.9 


158 6 


182 8 


126.5 


144.7 


138.0 


137.2 


138.6 


149.7 


127.0 


158 1 


149.4 


128.1 


138 8 


139.5 


134.8 


142.2 


150.2 


126.9 


158.9 


150.1 


127.4 


1395 


142.0 


134.8 


129.4 


144.0 


115.7 


157.6 


143.9 


125.7 


122.2 


121.1 


135.4 


134.2 


139 9 


119.2 


148.9 


139.2 


126.5 


123 


129.6 


135.9 


142.4 


145.7 


125.5 


153.9 


145.7 


127.7 


1344 


140.7 


137.1 


145.8 


148.5 


127.3 


156.7 


148.4 


128 8 


137.1 


147.2 


136.6 


140.9 


148.1 


133 


158.5 


152.6 


128 4 


135.4 


144.6 


140.2 


140.6 


151.0 


132.5 


162.3 


155.0 


129.2 


138.2 


144.7 


144.7 


147.5 


156.8 


132.2 


166 1 


157.5 


129 4 


148.3 


154.1 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



137.1 


120 4 


138.2 


118.8 


150 7 


140.9 


123.9 


1236 


115.7 


136.8 


123.5 


138.9 


120.2 


150.9 


141.7 


123.9 


124.5 


122.1 


137.3 


120.8 


138.5 


118.7 


151.1 


141.1 


124.3 


124.1 


116.0 


137.4 


118.1 


137.5 


117.2 


150.5 


1398 


124.5 


123.2 


109.7 


137.4 


118.2 


137.9 


116.8 


151.2 


140.1 


124.4 


123.8 


107.8 


137.9 


117.7 


137.9 


117.2 


151.1 


140.2 


124.9 


123.4 


108.0 


137.8 


122.4 


140.1 


121.7 


151.7 


142.9 


124.7 


126.4 


1 16.9 


138.1 


123.3 


139.3 


121.4 


150.5 


142.3 


122.9 


128.2 


117.5 


138.4 


124.3 


140.7 


121.6 


152.6 


143.3 


125.6 


128.2 


119.2 


138.7 


125.2 


141.1 


122.4 


152.7 


143.7 


125.7 


129.8 


119.3 


138.8 


126.3 


142.4 


124.2 


153.5 


145.2 


125.8 


129.0 


121.6 


138.6 


129.2 


144.7 


127.1 


155.4 


148.0 


125.6 


130.4 


124.0 


138.2 


130.0 


144.7 


126.8 


155.5 


148.0 


125 6 


132.0 


126.1 


138.8 


132.1 


145.3 


127.6 


155.9 


148.6 


125.9 


132.9 


129.2 


138.8 


1344 


146.0 


129.2 


156.0 


149.5 


126.0 


133.9 


131.5 


138.5 


135.4 


146.4 


129.6 


156.3 


149.9 


125.9 


133.5 


135.1 


137.4 


136.5 


146.8 


130.1 


156.7 


150.5 


125.5 


133.8 


137.7 


138.7 


139.1 


147.3 


131.6 


156 4 


150.9 


126.2 


136 7 


138.9 


139.3 


140.1 


148.4 


132.7 


157.2 


151.9 


126.6 


135.9 


142.3 


139.4 


135.8 


147.1 


129.5 


157.4 


150.4 


126.8 


130.9 


137.0 


139.5 


137.5 


147.9 


130.8 


157.9 


151.4 


126.8 


132.3 


138.1 


139.5 


137.8 


148.2 


130.5 


158.6 


151.7 


126.9 


135.7 


135.8 


138.8 


138.4 


149.1 


131.3 


159.5 


152.9 


126.5 


137.6 


135.5 


139.5 


138.9 


149.7 


131.8 


160.2 


153.6 


126.9 


138.0 


137.1 



31 



Section 3— Table 3.1 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) 



September 1984 



Veai 


Total 
current 
receipts 


Total 

current 

payments 


Current 
account 
balance 


Goods and services' 




Merchandise trade' 




Service transactions 




quarter 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Exports Imports 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


D 

D 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 50541 
60722 60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 50526 
60501 60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 50544 
60710 60714 


50556 
60718 



1982 
1983 




104,910 
110.905 


102.245 
109,219 


2,665 
1.686 


101,742 
108.167 


100.448 
107.263 




1.293 
904 




84,540 
90,825 




66.726 
73.120 




17.813 
17,705 


17.202 
17.342 


33.722 
34.143 


-16.520 
-16.801 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 






























1983 1 
2 
3 

4 




24.584 
28.612 
27.460 
30.248 


25,137 
27.470 
27,128 
29,485 


-553 

1.142 

333 

764 


23.902 
27.879 
26.834 
29,552 


24,631 
26,946 
26,653 
29.034 




-729 
934 
181 
518 




20,531 
23.507 
21.534 
25.253 




16,593 
18,414 
17,867 
20,246 




3,938 
5,093 
3,667 
5,007 


3.372 
4,372 
5,300 
4,299 


8.038 
8,532 
8,785 
8,788 


-4,667 
-4,160 
-3,486 
-4,489 


1984 1 
2 




30.793 
35.040 


32,085 
34,576 


-1,292 
464 


30.074 
34.283 


31.479 
33,988 




1.405 
295 




26,132 
29.542 




22,056 
24,349 




4,075 
5,194 


3,942 
4,741 


9,422 
9,640 


-5.480 
-4.899 


Adjusted 


for 


seasonal 


variation 






























1983 1 
2 
3 
4 




25.946 
27.177 
27.729 
30.053 


25.321 
25,867 
28,017 
30,014 


625 

1.309 

-288 

39 


25.241 
26.488 
27,073 
29.366 


24.826 
25.377 
27.539 
29.521 




415 
1,111 
-466 
-155 




21.133 
22,242 
22,655 
24,795 




16,872 
16,963 
18,772 
20,513 




4,261 
5,279 
3,883 
4.281 


4,108 
4.246 
4.418 
4.571 


7,954 
8,414 
8.767 
9.008 


-3.847 
-4.169 
-4,349 
-4,437 


1984 1 
2 




32,371 
33,362 


32,332 
32.731 


39 
631 


31 ,623 
32.648 


31 .742 
32.181 




-120 
467 




26,801 
28.016 




22,314 
22.609 




4,487 
5,407 


4.822 
4,632 


9.428 
9.572 


-4,607 
-4.939 


Year 






Travel 




Interest 


ind dividends 






Freight anc 


shipping 




Other 


service transactions 


With- 
holding 
tax» 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


D 

D 




50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 
60508 


50533 
60533 


50719 
60556 




50512 
60512 


50537 
60537 


50720 
60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 
60715 


50721 
60719 


50722 
60727 


1982 
1983 




3.724 
3.841 


5,008 
6.045 


-1.284 
-2.204 


1,698 
2.017 


10,824 
10,971 


-9,126 
-8,954 




3.922 
3.962 


3.337 
3,423 




585 
539 


7,858 
7,522 


13,375 
12,661 


-5,517 
-5,139 


-1.178 
-1,043 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 






























1983 1 
2 
3 

4 




386 

997 

1,882 

576 


1.530 
1.556 
1,737 
1.222 


-1.144 
-559 
145 
-646 


472 
414 
501 
630 


2,591 
2,707 
2,706 
2,967 


-2,118 
-2,293 
-2,205 
-2,337 




805 
1.037 
1.046 
1.075 




678 
888 
890 
966 




126 
149 
156 
108 


1,708 
1.924 
1.871 
2.018 


2,989 
3.116 
3,235 
3,321 


-1,281 
-1.192 
-1.364 
-1.303 


-250 
-265 
-217 

-311 


1984 1 
2 

Adjusted 


for 


481 
1,089 

seasonal 


1.836 
1.582 

variation 


-1.355 
-493 


446 
346 


3,076 
3,090 


-2,630 
-2,744 




984 
1.180 


1 


875 

.133 




109 
47 


2.031 
2,126 


3,378 
3,562 


-1.346 
-1.437 


-258 
-272 


1983 1 
2 
3 

4 




921 
957 
983 
980 


1,332 
1,512 
1,557 
1.643 


-411 
-555 
-575 
-663 


514 
446 
561 
497 


2,678 
2,792 
2,772 
2,730 


-2.164 
-2,346 
-2,211 
-2,233 




930 

974 

1.002 

1,056 




794 
826 
860 
943 




136 
148 
142 

113 


1,743 
1.868 
1.872 
2.038 


2,904 
3.033 
3.305 
3.419 


-1,160 
-1,165 
-1,433 
-1.381 


-246 
-251 
-273 
-273 


1984 1 
2 




1,131 
1,049 


1,610 
1.568 


-479 
-520 


470 
404 


3.219 
3,210 


-2.749 
-2.806 




1.139 
1,107 


1,030 
1,052 




109 
55 


2.082 
2,072 


3,315 
3.481 


-1,233 
-1.409 


-254 
-260 



32 



September 1984 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars)/concluded 



Section 3— Tables 3.1 /Concluded to Table 3.2 



1982 
1983 



Year 




Transfers 




Inheritances 


and migrants' 


funds 


Personal and 


institutional 


emittances 


With- 
holding 
tax' 


Official 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


contributions 


D 

D 


50517 
60712 


50546 
60716 


50557 
60720 


50515 
60515 


50540 
60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 
60713 


50547 
60717 


50724 
60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



3,168 
2,737 



1,797 
1,956 



1,371 
781 



1,391 
1,078 



336 
343 



1,055 
735 



600 
616 



581 
631 



18 
-15 



1.178 
1.043 



-880 
-982 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


682 


506 


176 


284 


71 


213 


148 


157 


-9 


250 


-278 


2 


733 


524 


208 


319 


83 


236 


149 


157 


-8 


265 


-284 


3 


626 


475 


151 


260 


108 


152 


149 


158 


-9 


217 


-209 


4 


696 


451 


245 


215 


80 


135 


170 


159 


11 


311 


-212 


1984 1 


719 


607 


113 


305 


73 


233 


156 


167 


-11 


258 


-367 


2 


757 


588 


169 


333 


85 


248 


151 


167 


-16 


272 


-335 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


706 


495 


211 


311 


83 


228 


148 


157 


-9 


246 


-255 


2 


689 


490 


199 


289 


86 


203 


149 


157 


-8 


251 


-247 


3 


656 


478 


178 


234 


88 


146 


149 


158 


-9 


273 


-232 


4 


687 


493 


194 


243 


85 


158 


170 


159 


11 


273 


-248 


1984 1 


749 


589 


159 


338 


86 


253 


156 


167 


-11 


254 


-337 


2 


713 


550 


164 


302 


87 


215 


151 


167 


-16 


260 


-295 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

'As used in national income and expenditure accounts. ! Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation, coverage and timing adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments 

withheld on service payments and income distribution to non-residents 



3 Tax 



Table 3.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution 1 (million dollars) 







United States 








United Kingdom 








All 


other countries 












Merchan- 








Merchan- 










Merchan- 




Year 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 


or 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 1 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


D 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 


3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1982 


66,334 


67,703 


-1,369 


1 1 ,291 


-12,660 


5,114 


4,761 


353 


756 


-403 


32.284 


28.603 


3,681 


5.766 


-2.085 


1983 


75,785 


73,812 


1,973 


14,063 


-12,090 


4,451 


4,235 


216 


780 


-564 


29,626 


30,130 


-504 


2.861 


-3.365 


1983 1 


17,169 


16,873 


297 


3.561 


-3.264 


1,012 


929 


82 


191 


-108 


6,153 


7.085 


-932 


186 


-1,118 


2 


19,163 


19,156 


7 


3.081 


-3,074 


1,102 


1,063 


39 


203 


-164 


8.082 


6,985 


1,096 


1,810 


-714 


3 


18,517 


17,929 


588 


3.022 


-2.434 


1,161 


1,154 


7 


163 


-156 


7,565 


7.827 


-263 


482 


-745 


4 


20,935 


19,854 


1.081 


4,400 


-3.318 


1,176 


1,088 


88 


224 


-136 


7.826 


8,232 


-406 


383 


-789 


1984 1 


22,728 


21 ,957 


772 


4,623 


-3,851 


984 


1.145 


-161 


23 


-184 


6,823 


8,726 


-1,903 


-571 


-1,332 


2 


25,050 


24,076 


974 


4,495 


-3,521 


1,106 


1,186 


-80 


103 


-182 


8,611 


9,042 


-430 


596 


-1.027 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

'Excludes withholding tax. "Includes service transactions and transfer balances 



33 



Section 3— Table 3.3 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.3: Canadian balance of international payments, capital account,' all countries (million dollars) 



September 1984 











Canadian stocks 




Trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 






New issues of Canadian bonds 






Direct inve 


stment 


































Year 




Trade 










Govern- 












Govern- 










or 


In 




n out- 




New 


Retire- 




ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 






ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 




quarter 


Canada 


Abroad standing 


issues 


ments 


Total 


Canada 1 


vincial 1 


pal 


ration 4 




Total 


Canada 2 


vincial 3 


pal 


ration 4 


Total 


D 


50560 


50564 


50576 


50586 


50587 


50585 


65001 


65002 


65003 


65004 




65000 


65006 


65007 


65008 


65009 


65005 


19B2 


-900 


-950 


-507 




192 


-4 


-319 


158 


-213 


-23 


-38 




-117 


3,962 


7.508 


683 


4,043 


16.196 


1983 


200 


-2.700 


-262 


1 


,180 


-6 


912 


399 


165 


58 


-87 




535 


2,313 


5.298 


333 


1,603 


9.548 


1983 1 


-240 


-545 


-103 




229 


-1 


126 


74 


-59 


7 


-30 




-8 


711 


1,630 


40 


264 


2.645 


2 


465 


-640 


-16 




145 


-1 


128 


237 


9 


13 


-29 




231 


480 


1,440 


150 


582 


2.652 


3 


-90 


-530 


48 




464 


-1 


511 


130 


115 


12 


-5 




252 


264 


893 


— 


163 


1.320 


4 


65 


-985 


-191 




341 


-3 


147 


-42 


100 


27 


-24 




61 


858 


1,336 


143 


594 


2.931 


1984 1 


625 


-750 


-127 




104 


-3 


-27 


311 


158 


15 


34 




519 


470 


1,190 


359 


225 


2,243 


2 


675 


-500 


-56 




115 


-3 


55 


390 


158 


12 


134 




694 


726 


1,260 


40 


677 


2.703 




























Government of 


































Canada loans and 












Retirements of Canadian bonds 






Foreign securities 




subscriptions 














































Total 


Year 


Govern- 














Total 


Trade 
















Other 


long- 


or 


ment of 


Pro 


Munic- 




Corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


New 


Retire- 




Repay- 


Export 


long- 


term 


quarter 


Canada 1 


vincial 3 




ipal 




ration* 


Total 


bonds 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Advances ments 


credits 


term 


capital 




























50624 & 










D 


65011 


65012 


65013 




65014 


65010 


50651 


50600 


50608 


50616 


50626 50629 


50632 


50650 


50687 


1982 


-823 


-1,828 




-319 




1.393 


-4.363 


11,716 


-530 


-31 




18 




490 


42 


-2,239 


1,766 


8,084 


1983 


-2,045 


-1,657 




-300 




1,041 


-5.042 


5.041 


-1,216 


-35 




53 




664 


48 


261 


410 


2,310 


1983 1 


-319 


-536 




-122 




-477 


-1,454 


1,183 


-355 


-13 




4 




243 


5 


520 


274 


716 


2 


-847 


-325 




-71 




-279 


-1,522 


1,361 


-470 


-6 




3 




121 


1 


224 


75 


1,021 


3 


-243 


-372 




-38 




-137 


-790 


782 


-25 


-4 




2 




101 


6 


-154 


-241 


155 


4 


-636 


-424 




-69 




-148 


-1.277 


1,715 


-366 


-12 




43 




200 


36 


-328 


302 


418 


1984 1 


-646 


-433 




-83 




-192 


-1,353 


1,409 


-426 


-104 




5 




155 


9 


-206 


-161 


219 


2 


-641 


-273 




-49 




-235 


-1.198 


2.200 


-116 


-16 




3 




197 




-475 


505 


2,134 




Resident he 

of 
foreign cur 


Idings 




































rency 






























Offi 






Chartered 




;ial 




bank net 


Non- 






























monetary 




foreign 


bank 








Non-resident holdings of: 


















movements 




currency holdings 




























Allo- 


in the form of: 




position 
with 


of 












Other 














Net 


cation 








foreign 




Govern- 






finance 






All 




Total 


Net 


errors 


of 


Official 




Year 


non- 


cur- 


Cana- 




nent 




Finance 


company 


Com- 




other 




short- 


capital 


and 


special 


inter- 


Official 


or 


resi- 


rencies dian $ 


demand 


Treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


Other 


trans- 




term 


move- 


omis- 


drawing 


national 


monetary 


quarter 


dents 


abroad deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


actions 5 




capital 


ment 


sions 


rights 


reserves 


liabilities 


D 


50659 


50660 


50652 


50654 


50656 


50668 


50676 


50667 


50669 


50686 




50688 


50689 


50693 


50710 


50713 


50714 


1982 


-3.700 


-3,118 


-717 




— 


106 


-1,149 


54 


6 


182 


-1,306 




-9,642 


-1,558 


-1,802 


— 


-666 


-30 


1983 


1.552 


958 


-709 




221 


997 


137 


-265 


176 


807 


-1,754 




2,119 


4,428 


-5.566 


— 


548 


— 


1983 1 


199 


-284 


-204 




110 


364 


8 


-13 


13 


-82 


-359 




-249 


467 


660 





575 


_ 


2 


2,003 


-731 


-243 




41 


143 


111 


16 


150 


15 


-626 




878 


1,900 


-2.862 


— 


180 


— 


3 


-70 


866 


45 




3 


330 


54 


-20 


-58 


740 


760 




2,651 


2,806 


-2.876 


— 


263 


— 


4 


-579 


1,107 


-308 




67 


160 


-36 


-248 


71 


134 


-1,529 




-1,162 


-745 


-488 


— 


-469 


— 


1984 1 


1,997 


-3,357 


565 




-58 


346 


-91 


-9 


-34 


213 


414 




-15 


204 


-172 





-752 


-508 


2 


-1.358 


-1,077 


181 




137 


1,355 


82 


-47 


78 


-93 


-1,484 




2,225 


-91 


-1.912 




-892 


-647 



Note Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

'A minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada "Includes issues of Federal government entreprises includes issues of Provin- 
cial government entreprises 4 Excludes issues of government entreprises "Includes changes in loans and accounts receivable and payable 

Sources for above tables: Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001), The Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-201), annual, 
and Security Transactions with Non-Residents (67-002), monthly, Statistics Canada. 



34 



Section 4 ■ Labour 

36 1. Wages and Salaries, by Province 

37 2. Wages and Salaries by Industry and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada 

38 3. Labour Force Characteristics of the Population 15 years of Age and Over 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age Group 

4.1 Employed 

4.2 Unemployed 

4.3 Participation Rates 

4.4 Unemployment Rates 

5. Labour Force Characteristics, by Province 

5.1 Labour Force 

5.2 Employed 

5.3 Unemployed 

5.4 Participation Rates 

5.5 Unemployment Rates 

6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 

7. Help Wanted Index 

8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages, by Industry Groups 

9. Total Number of Employees, by Industry Group 

10. Total Number of Employees, by Manufacturing Industry 

1 1. Average Weekly Earnings, by Industry Group 

12. Average Weekly Earnings, by Manufacturing Industry 

13. Total Number of Employees, Canada and Provinces 

14. Average Weekly Earnings, Canada and Provinces 

15. Average Hourly Earnings 

16. Average Weekly Hours 



35 



Section 4— Table 1 

Table 1: Wages and salaries, by province based on the 1960 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



September 1984 



Yedi 
and 
month 


Newfound- 
land 


Prince 

Edward 

Island 


Nova Scotia 


New 
Brunswick 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Canada' 


D 

D 


5226 
5237 


5227 
5238 


5228 
5239 


5229 
5240 


5230 
5241 


5231 
5242 


5232 

5243 


5233 
5244 


5234 
5245 


5235 
5246 


5225 
5236 


1982 

1983 


2,660 
2,740 


530 
585 


4,792 
5.151 


3,582 
3.870 


44,067 
45,762 


75,345 
80,750 


7,219 
7.632 


6.027 
6,377 


20.512 
20,675 


22.732 
23,293 


188.221 
197.632 



Unadjusted tor seasonal variation 



1982 J 


241 2 


500 


421 1 


309.7 


3,686.2 


6,399.6 


6240 


492 .1 


1 ,742.7 


1 ,840.5 


15,872.5 


A 


225.0 


50.1 


4103 


318.2 


3,650.3 


6,249.7 


611.0 


521.1 


1,764 7 


1,715.6 


15,582.6 


S 


227.8 


49.4 


413.8 


3049 


3,760.7 


6,369.4 


620.5 


5347 


1,775.1 


1 .924.3 


16,048.7 


O 


226.2 


46.0 


4065 


311.4 


3,757.7 


6,343.2 


615.5 


5288 


1.775.9 


1,938.3 


16,013.7 


N 


219.9 


44.5 


405 1 


309 8 


3,710 7 


6,301 5 


601 2 


513.7 


1.721.5 


1.915.1 


15.802 6 


D 


216.4 


43.8 


4034 


2995 


3,705.8 


6,307.1 


6055 


4979 


1,717.7 


1.848.1 


15,7014 


1983 J 


206.7 


42.8 


3925 


2989 


3,5133 


6,238 1 


592.4 


4806 


1.687.5 


1 .869.3 


15,376.2 


F 


207.5 


41.8 


392.5 


297 2 


3.438.2 


6,321 


594.2 


485.6 


1 ,690.5 


1 ,867.4 


15,389.2 


M 


208.1 


43.5 


4009 


2990 


3,5914 


6,402.4 


608 1 


5097 


1 .692.8 


1,924.3 


15,737.6 


A 


201.7 


45.6 


4105 


3049 


3,679.5 


6,529.6 


610.4 


5068 


1.669 1 


1 ,928.2 


15.945.1 


M 


228.6 


47.8 


4285 


3248 


3,8386 


6,7157 


6339 


531.7 


1.703 7 


2.001.9 


16,517.0 


J 


247.3 


52.8 


443.0 


3348 


4,009.6 


6.965.3 


657.1 


563.2 


1.763.2 


2,046.8 


17,151.7 


J 


2474 


52.2 


447.0 


3392 


3,940.4 


6,898.0 


653.6 


535.6 


1.751.1 


1,922.0 


16,859.1 


A 


2456 


538 


452.5 


343 1 


3.898.6 


6,836.1 


652.1 


541.3 


1 .769.6 


1.912.8 


16,782.9 


S 


247.3 


54.5 


4520 


338 1 


3.956.5 


6,994.0 


661.2 


567.5 


1,774.9 


2,042.1 


17,167.5 





237.2 


51.6 


4427 


335 


3,973.8 


6.982.6 


6634 


561.7 


1,750.6 


1.987.1 


17.061.1 


N 


2348 


50.2 


444.1 


331 6 


3,945.7 


6.985.3 


651 5 


551.5 


1.723.2 


1,900.5 


16.889.3 


D 


228 


48.2 


4450 


3236 


3,9760 


6.881.5 


6535 


542.0 


1.698.5 


1 .890.6 


16.755.3 


1984 J 


2244 


46.5 


436.1 


319.3 


3,843.8 


6.9188 


651.4 


527.2 


1 .689.9 


1.877.0 


16,603 2 


F 


227.7 


46.4 


437 1 


3173 


3.856.0 


6,921.7 


6470 


527.5 


1,679.8 


1,833.2 


16,563.2 


M 


227.3 


47.2 


439.6 


3188 


3.880.4 


6,928.7 


652.1 


532.9 


1 ,663.3 


1,830.5 


16,592.2 


A 


233.3 


48.3 


449 1 


3269 


3,943.5 


7,057.8 


662.1 


548.3 


1,668.8 


1,911.6 


16,919.8 


M 


2423 


51.6 


470.9 


3522 


4,073.5 


7,250.0 


6864 


571.7 


1.716.6 


1 ,994.6 


17,483.9 


J 


2604 


55.5 


4852 


3663 


4,188 6 


7.5145 


7028 


591.0 


1.743.7 


2,034.9 


18,021.5 



Adjusted tor seasonal variation 



1982 J 


222.4 


45.3 


4062 


2963 


3,675.9 


6,325.6 


6124 


4877 


1 .709.9 


1.884.9 


15,728.6 


A 


2126 


44.9 


3990 


3064 


3,636.5 


6,221.7 


5996 


515.3 


1.724.7 


1.763.5 


15,4869 


S 


2184 


45.6 


403 2 


294.8 


3,683.0 


6.253.7 


605.2 


512.4 


1.723.7 


1,851.0 


15,652.8 





223.4 


44.8 


401 4 


305.5 


3.670 1 


6,260.5 


604.5 


512.0 


1,735.6 


1.877.1 


15,695.1 


N 


2236 


45.4 


4063 


309 2 


3,693.6 


6,286.3 


6037 


511.2 


1.712.4 


1,889.2 


15.740.6 


D 


227 8 


46.6 


411.1 


3100 


3,782.9 


6,442.9 


617.9 


510.3 


1,753.2 


1.891.7 


16,053.5 


1983 J 


222.1 


47.2 


4074 


312.1 


3,598.2 


6,385.2 


614.0 


507 7 


1 ,733.3 


1.932.1 


15.816.9 


F 


219.1 


46.7 


408.8 


312.1 


3,514.3 


6,455.3 


612.6 


509.8 


1,724.8 


1.919.1 


15.780.2 


M 


2199 


47.8 


4160 


312.9 


3,6607 


6,515.2 


621.8 


5290 


1.724.4 


1 ,928.5 


16,037.6 


A 


210.1 


49.3 


419.9 


315.3 


3,730.5 


6,5743 


621.5 


517.6 


1,718.7 


1,931.2 


16,1500 


M 


2256 


47.0 


4226 


3192 


3,801.3 


6,659.1 


627.9 


520.5 


1.715.3 


1 ,965.6 


16,367.7 


J 


231 6 


48.8 


428.2 


321.0 


3,897.8 


6,759.8 


633.7 


533.9 


1 ,728.9 


1,979.3 


16,630.0 


J 


2283 


47.1 


431.3 


324.8 


3,931.1 


6,822.5 


641 4 


5314 


1.719.6 


1 .970.5 


16,717.1 


A 


2329 


48.1 


4403 


330.4 


3,883.8 


6,809.9 


6403 


535.7 


1,729.2 


1,965.3 


16,689.0 


S 


2372 


50.2 


4406 


327.2 


3,875.3 


6.871.0 


6450 


543.7 


1,722.7 


1,966.5 


16.751.5 


O 


2343 


50.2 


4374 


329.0 


3,882.1 


6,895.9 


652.1 


544.0 


1,711.7 


1,924.9 


16.732.8 


N 


2389 


51.1 


445.4 


331 3 


3,927.6 


6,969.4 


6544 


548.8 


1,713.1 


1 ,874.0 


16,8254 


D 


240 1 


51.2 


453.2 


334.9 


4,058.9 


7,031 9 


666.7 


555.4 


1 ,732.9 


1 ,935.9 


17,133.7 


1984 J 


2409 


514 


4523 


333.2 


3,935.8 


7,0806 


6754 


5568 


1 .735.3 


1 .940.7 


17,081.3 


F 


2402 


51.9 


455.0 


333.0 


3.936.9 


7,065.9 


666.7 


553.2 


1,713.5 


1,884.4 


16,983 1 


M 


2400 


51.8 


4559 


333.5 


3,955.0 


7.050.0 


6666 


553.2 


1,694 1 


1,835.2 


16,926.1 


A 


242.5 


52.1 


4592 


337.7 


3,997.3 


7,102.6 


6736 


559.5 


1,718.2 


1.914.3 


17,145.0 


M 


2390 


50.8 


464.2 


345.9 


4,033.2 


7.186.9 


6798 


559.3 


1.728.8 


1,957.6 


17.310.0 


J 


243.6 


51.3 


4689 


351.2 


4,0705 


7,290.6 


677.5 


560.1 


1.709.9 


1,967.6 


17.4648 



'Includes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Canadian residents abroad 
Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



36 



September 


1984 






















Section 4 


-Table 2 


Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, 


and Supplementary 


Labour 


ncome, Canada, 












based on the 1960 standard classification (million dollars) 






























Trans- 
portation. 




Finance, 




Public' 


Total 


Supple- 




Year 












communi- 




insurance 




admin 


wages 


mentary 


Total 


and 








Manu- 


Con- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


and 


labour 


labour 


month 


Agriculture 2 


Forestry 


Mining 


facturing 


struction 


utilities 


Trade 


estate 


Service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 


D 


5249 


5252 


5253 


5254 


5255 


5256 


5257 


5260 


5261 


5266 


5248 


5271 


5247 


D 


5274 


5277 


5278 


5279 


5280 


5281 


5282 


5285 


5286 


5291 


5273 


5296 


5272 


1982 


1,839.0 


1.567.3 


5,741.3 


39,096.0 


11,610.9 


21.352.0 


23,308.4 


13,707.0 


51,818.1 


18,180.7 


188.220.8 


19,373.3 


207,594.1 


1983 


1 ,960.6 


1,792.6 


5,647.8 


41,485.5 


1 1 .388.3 


22.353.4 


24,047.3 


14,613.5 


54.619.4 


19.723.6 


197.631.8 


21.330.8 


218,962.6 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal variation 






















1982 J 


218.8 


143.3 


494.1 


3,384.0 


1,007.7 


1,822.7 


1,936.3 


1,145.8 


4,153.5 


1,566.2 


15,872.5 


1,640.7 


17,513.2 


A 


244.9 


145.2 


450.1 


3,224.2 


9474 


1,816.1 


1,910.7 


1,140.8 


4,100 4 


1,602.8 


15,582 6 


1.610.3 


17,192.9 


s 


218.9 


156.3 


449.6 


3,248.6 


1 ,082.3 


1.834.0 


1,918.9 


1,140.9 


4,438.9 


1.560.3 


16,048.7 


1 ,660 2 


17,708.9 





172.7 


150.4 


451.9 


3,182.1 


1,128.2 


1 ,790.5 


1,935.4 


1,145.2 


4,503.3 


1.553.9 


16,013.7 


1 ,657 


17.670.7 


N 


138.2 


125.4 


443.6 


3,146.1 


1,015.0 


1,786.1 


1,950.8 


1,154.2 


4.477.5 


1,565.7 


15,802.6 


1,635.9 


17,438.6 


D 


119.9 


103.8 


439.9 


3,110.3 


856.8 


1,807.1 


2,007.9 


1,184.4 


4,474.5 


1 ,596.8 


15,701.4 


1,625.9 


17,327.3 


1983 J 


89.7 


113.3 


4389 


3,158.1 


801.9 


1,772.7 


1.935.6 


1,175.4 


4,337.8 


1 ,552.9 


15,376.2 


1,650.7 


17,026.8 


F 


90.6 


124.8 


446.2 


3,205.6 


793.6 


1.768.0 


1.907.2 


1.170.3 


4,313.1 


1,569.9 


15,389.2 


1,648.4 


17,037.6 


M 


106.3 


117.5 


448.5 


3,250.5 


788.5 


1,798.5 


1 ,926.8 


1,183.7 


4,505.0 


1,612.3 


15,737.6 


1.689.3 


17,427.0 


A 


124.3 


111.1 


446.6 


3,353.8 


874.2 


1,799.0 


1,941.1 


1.195.1 


4,502.5 


1,597.6 


15,945.1 


1.713.8 


17,658.8 


M 


163.8 


133.6 


462.8 


3,475.8 


955.4 


1,844.0 


1 ,994.4 


1.214.7 


4,635.7 


1,636.7 


16.517.0 


1,776.5 


18,293.5 


J 


198.5 


169.9 


486.1 


3,610.1 


1 ,060.6 


1,913.8 


2,048.0 


1 ,239.8 


4,734.7 


1 ,690.2 


17,151.7 


1 .858.4 


19,010.1 


J 


233.3 


171.3 


471.1 


3,617.6 


1.093.4 


1,900.3 


2,017.1 


1,256.8 


4,392.2 


1,706.0 


16,859.1 


1 ,825.9 


18,685.1 


A 


259.0 


173.1 


488.0 


3,568.1 


1.097.3 


1 ,908.6 


2,014.1 


1,244 1 


4,331 1 


1,699 5 


16,782.9 


1,816.3 


18.599.2 


S 


235.3 


189.6 


484.4 


3,593.6 


1 .093.5 


1,919.6 


2,034.5 


1,247.0 


4,700.6 


1 ,669.4 


17,167.5 


1,857.5 


19.025.0 





183.3 


178.0 


491.8 


3,600.1 


1 ,036.3 


1.907.2 


2,051 .4 


1.225.6 


4,736.6 


1 ,650.8 


17,061.1 


1,847.6 


18.908.7 


N 


147.5 


161.2 


498.1 


3,560.8 


949.0 


1,895.3 


2,0629 


1,227.7 


4,737.2 


1 ,649.6 


16,8893 


1,829.1 


18.718.3 


D 


129.1 


149.4 


485.4 


3,491.4 


844.6 


1,926.3 


2,114.2 


1 ,233.3 


4,692.9 


1,688 7 


16,755.3 


1,817.3 


18,572.6 


1984 J 


94.7 


150.4 


495.2 


3,499.0 


793.1 


1 ,902.0 


2,025.0 


1 ,265.4 


4,727.2 


1.651.3 


16,603.2 


1 .792.7 


18,395.8 


F 


96.7 


143.5 


489.4 


3,456.0 


794.2 


1,893.5 


1,997.9 


1,266.1 


4,745.6 


1.680.3 


16.563.2 


1.788.9 


18,352.1 


M 


112.5 


123.7 


477.0 


3,415.2 


799.4 


1,896.7 


2,024.2 


1,256 1 


4,7995 


1.687.9 


16.592.2 


1.792.8 


18,385.0 


A 


131.8 


129.7 


477.3 


3,491.4 


849.2 


1,935.2 


2,073.6 


1,278.1 


4,8548 


1.698.8 


16.919.8 


1 .828.2 


18,747.9 


M 


175.5 


149.9 


489.2 


3,611.9 


949.6 


1,977.7 


2,141.4 


1,325.9 


4,943.1 


1,719.9 


17,483.9 


1.889.1 


19,373.1 


J 


211.9 


178.0 


524.5 


3.728.1 


1,031.5 


2,001.7 


2,217.9 


1,373.3 


5,004.8 


1 ,749.8 


18,021.5 


1.946.7 


19,968.3 


Adjusted foi 


seasonal 


variation 
























M.C.D. 


2 


5 


2 


1 


2 


2 


1 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1982 J 


154.8 


130.2 


482.4 


3,376.4 


913.6 


1 ,777.3 


1.940.0 


1,131.0 


4,336.2 


1,511.2 


15,753.1 


1,627.8 


17,380.9 


A 


154.0 


128.2 


446.8 


3,201.3 


829.1 


1 ,775.8 


1 .924.3 


1.139.8 


4,356.7 


1,556.8 


15.512.8 


1,601.9 


17,114.7 


s 


156.7 


129.9 


453.0 


3,191.2 


930.1 


1 ,806.9 


1 .923.3 


1,145.0 


4.383.4 


1,548.3 


15,667.7 


1.620.1 


17,287.8 


I ° 


157.3 


132.1 


454.9 


3,143.1 


996.6 


1,780.3 


1.921.6 


1,158.4 


4,405.8 


1 ,562.6 


15,712.7 


1 ,623.6 


17,336.3 


N 


156.8 


120.6 


446.9 


3,155.0 


953.7 


1,800.6 


1,929.1 


1,171.4 


4,411.7 


1 ,582.8 


15,728.6 


1 ,629.3 


17,357.9 


D 


159.5 


115.3 


452.2 


3,218.3 


946.8 


1,858.0 


1 ,974.5 


1.206.3 


4,503.5 


1,604 7 


16,038.9 


1,662.2 


17,701.1 


1983 J 


155.1 


133.7 


442.0 


3.223.9 


939.8 


1.804.5 


1 ,950.8 


1,168.7 


4,351.7 


1.588.5 


15,830.8 


1 .702.5, 


17.533.4 


F 


157.8 


143.2 


446.2 


3.255.8 


934.6 


1,805.0 


1 ,948.3 


1,171.3 


4,297.5 


1.604.6 


15.799.4 


1.699.0 


17,498.4 


M 


158.5 


135.0 


447.5 


3.279.5 


912.1 


1,834.5 


1 ,961 .9 


1,174.6 


4,479.9 


1.635.7 


16,064.4 


1.727.5 


17,791.9 


A 


162.2 


137.6 


452.8 


3.348.5 


956.8 


1 ,826.5 


1,947.3 


1,191.3 


4,470.2 


1.627.9 


16,166.6 


1,739.2 


17,905.8 


M 


162.5 


138.9 


459.4 


3,427.7 


954.0 


1 ,827.0 


1,980.8 


1 ,206.8 


4.558.3 


1 ,636.4 


16,357.7 


1.760.0 


18,117.7 


J 


165.5 


150.7 


472.1 


3,515.0 


994.2 


1,857.6 


2,011.3 


1 ,223.2 


4.607.8 


1 .654.2 


16,629 8 


1.798.6 


18,428.4 


J 


164.7 


157.8 


459.9 


3,611.8 


1 ,004.5 


1,854.4 


2,021.2 


1 ,240.9 


4,581.7 


1 ,645.3 


16,716.6 


1 .808.9 


18.525.5 


A 


162.9 


154.7 


484.8 


3,546.6 


982.7 


1,866.6 


2,028.9 


1,243.3 


4,599.6 


1 ,650.3 


16,682.5 


1 ,805.3 


18.487.8 


S 


167.7 


159.2 


487.7 


3,530.5 


950.8 


1,890.6 


2,040.0 


1.251.5 


4,642.2 


1,655.7 


16,741.0 


1,811.6 


18.552.6 





166.1 


157.7 


495.2 


3.558.0 


922.7 


1.896.7 


2,037.8 


1,240.3 


4,635.2 


1,659.5 


16,723.7 


1,809.2 


18.532.9 


N 


166.6 


156.9 


501.5 


3,572.4 


896.8 


1 ,909.8 


2,040.4 


1 ,245.6 


4,669.5 


1,668.3 


16.809.4 


1.818.2 


18,627 6 


D 


171.1 


167.2 


498.7 


3,615.7 


939.2 


1 ,980.3 


2,078.9 


1,256.1 


4,725.9 


1,697.2 


17.110.0 


1,850.7 


18,960.7 


1984 J 


165.7 


177.2 


498.8 


3,572.3 


931.7 


1 ,936.4 


2.040.6 


1 ,258.2 


4,748.0 


1 ,689.4 


17,081.3 


1.843.6 


18.925.0 


F 


169.0 


165.3 


489.3 


3,509.3 


936.3 


1,932.8 


2,040.3 


1,267.3 


4.729.9 


1,717.0 


16,983.1 


1.833.0 


18,816.1 


M 


166.9 


142.4 


476.0 


3,446.0 


925.7 


1,934.1 


2,061.1 


1,246.7 


4.773.6 


1,712.6 


16,926.1 


1 ,826.9 


18.752.9 


A 


171.4 


160.2 


483.6 


3,484.5 


928.6 


1.964.5 


2,079.7 


1,274.1 


4.821.3 


1,730.0 


17,145.0 


1,850.5 


18.995.4 


M 


172.3 


155.0 


485.6 


3,560.6 


948.0 


1.959.0 


2,126.6 


1.317.2 


4,861.0 


1,719.4 


17,310.0 


1,868.3 


19.178.3 


J 


175.5 


156.7 


509.8 


3,628.2 


965.8 


1,942.8 


2,177.9 


1,355.1 


4,870.0 


1,712.7 


17,464.8 


1,885.0 


19,349.8 


'Excludes military pay and allowances 


'Includes fishing and trapping. 


















Note: Estimates 


may not add to totals due to rounding. 






















(Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 
































J 














37 



Population 

15 years 

of age 

and over 


Total 

labour 

torce 


Employed 


Unemployed 


Not In the 

labour 

force 


Participation 
rate' 


Unemployment 
rate 3 


767284 


767285 
767606 


767286 
767608 


767287 
767609 


769732 


767288 
767610 


767289 

76761 1 


18,664 

18.917 


1 1 ,958 
12.183 


10,644 
10.734 


1,314 
1,448 


6,706 

6.735 


64.1 
64.4 


11.0 

11.9 



Section 4— Table 3 

Table 3: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over (thousands of persons) 

Annual 

average 

and 

month 

D 

D 

1982 
1983 

Unadjusted for seasonal variation 

1982 S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 

1982 S 

o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 



September 1984 



18,723 


1 1 ,972 


10,615 


1,356 


6,752 


18.744 


1 1 ,986 


10,584 


1,402 


6,757 


18.764 


1 1 .876 


10,423 


1.453 


6.888 


18.783 


11,831 


10.321 


1,510 


6.952 


18,806 


11,745 


10,133 


1,611 


7,062 


18,829 


11,816 


10.212 


1.604 


7,013 


18.848 


1 1 .983 


10.309 


1,674 


6.865 


18.868 


11.991 


10.410 


1,582 


6.876 


18.892 


12,278 


10.776 


1,502 


6.614 


18.911 


12,535 


1 1 ,073 


1.462 


6,376 


18.928 


12,684 


1 1 ,269 


1.415 


6.244 


18,950 


12,645 


1 1 ,270 


1,375 


6.305 


18,968 


12,221 


10,952 


1.269 


6,746 


18,985 


12.155 


10,901 


1,253 


6,831 


19.003 


12,089 


10,792 


1,297 


6.914 


19.020 


12.049 


10,713 


1.336 


6,971 


19.041 


11.916 


10,443 


1,473 


7.125 


19.063 


12,032 


10.557 


1,476 


7,031 


19,080 


12,135 


10,595 


1,541 


6,945 


19,101 


12,138 


10.670 


1,468 


6,963 


19,118 


12,474 


11,014 


1,460 


6,644 


19.136 


12,678 


11,316 


1,362 


6,457 


19,159 


12.889 


11,563 


1,326 


6.271 


19,177 


12,863 


11,515 


1,347 


6,315 



12.008 


10,518 


1,490 


12.050 


10,513 


1,537 


12,010 


10,485 


1,525 


12.039 


10,499 


1,540 


12.002 


10.516 


1,486 


12.056 


10.549 


1,507 


12,087 


10,572 


1,515 


12,139 


10.637 


1,502 


12,193 


10.696 


1,497 


12,225 


10.747 


1,478 


12,258 


10,804 


1,454 


12,243 


10,817 


1,426 


12.234 


10,851 


1,383 


12.192 


10.831 


1,361 


12,221 


10.859 


1.362 


12,267 


10.902 


1,365 


12,229 


10,855 


1,374 


12.304 


10,909 


1,395 


12,277 


10,878 


1.399 


12.300 


10,903 


1.397 


12.368 


10.926 


1,442 


12,354 


10.975 


1,379 


12,422 


1 1 .061 


1,361 


12,432 


11,041 


1,391 



63.9 
639 
633 
63.0 

62.5 
62.8 
63.6 
63.6 
65.0 
66.3 
67.0 
66.7 
64.4 
640 
63.6 
63.3 

62.6 
63.1 
63.6 
63.5 
65.2 
663 
67.3 
67.1 



64.1 
64.3 
64.0 
64.1 

63.8 
64.0 
64.1 
64.3 
64.5 
646 
64.8 
64.6 
64.5 
64.2 
64.3 
64.5 

64.2 
64.5 
64.3 
64.4 
64.7 
64.6 
648 
64.8 



11.3 
11.7 
12.2 
12.8 

13.7 
13.6 
14.0 
13.2 
12.2 
11.7 
11.2 
10.9 
10.4 
10.3 
10.7 
11.1 

12.4 
12.3 
12.7 
12.1 
11.7 
10.7 
10.3 
10.5 



12.4 
12.8 
12.7 
12.8 

12.4 
12.5 
12.5 
12.4 
12.3 
12.1 
11.9 
11.6 
11.3 
11.2 
11.1 
11.1 

11.2 
11.3 
11.4 
11.4 
11.7 
11.2 
11.0 
11.2 



'The labour force as a percentage of the population 15 years of age and over The participation rate for a particular group (age. sex etc) is the labour force in that group expressed 
as a percentage of the population for that group 'The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force The unemployment rate for a particular group (age. sex etc ) is the unem- 
ployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for that group Seasonally-adjusted rates are calculated by dividing seasonally-adjusted unemployment by the sum of 
seasonally-adjusted employment and seasonally-adjusted unemployment (i.e. seasonally-adjusted labour force by summation). 

Note Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services. Indians living on reserves and residents of the Yukon and Northwest Territories The estimates are derived from 
a sample survey and are subject to sampling error In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error For other explanatory material see notes at the end of 
Catalogue No. 71-001. 
Source: The Labour Force (71-001), monthly. 



38 



September 1984 

Table 4: Selected series* by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) 



Section 4 — Table 4 













Table 


4 1: Employed 










Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 
D 


767286 
767608 


767418 
767683 


767550 
767750 


767296 
767620 




767428 
767695 


767560 
767762 


767258 
767584 


767386 
767654 


767518 
767728 


1982 
1983 


10,644 
10,734 


6,254 
6,240 


4,390 
4,495 


2,398 
2,337 




1,235 
1,196 


1,164 
1,141 


8,245 
8,397 


5,019 
5,044 


3,226 
3,354 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 S 


10.615 


6,261 


4,354 


2,290 


1,196 


1.094 


8,325 


5,065 


3,261 


O 


10,584 


6,206 


4,378 


2,283 


1,180 


1,103 


8.302 


5,026 


3,275 


N 


10,423 


6,082 


4,341 


2,243 


1,144 


1.099 


8.180 


4,938 


3.243 


D 


10,321 


5,971 


4,350 


2,206 


1,094 


1,112 


8,115 


4,877 


3,238 


1983 J 


10,133 


5,841 


4,292 


2,106 


1,037 


1,069 


8.027 


4.804 


3,223 


F 


10,212 


5,884 


4.328 


2.124 


1,046 


1,078 


8.088 


4.838 


3,250 


M 


10,309 


5,944 


4,364 


2,140 


1.055 


1,085 


8.168 


4.889 


3,279 


A 


10,410 


6,008 


4,401 


2,135 


1,063 


1,072 


8.275 


4,946 


3,329 


M 


10,776 


6.262 


4,514 


2.344 


1,203 


1.141 


8.432 


5.059 


3,373 


J 


1 1 ,073 


6,457 


4,616 


2,551 


1.329 


1.222 


8.521 


5.128 


3.394 


J 


1 1 ,269 


6,621 


4,648 


2,781 


1,462 


1,318 


8.489 


5.159 


3,330 


A 


1 1 ,270 


6,629 


4,641 


2,736 


1.444 


1,291 


8,535 


5.185 


3,350 


S 


10,952 


6,419 


4,533 


2,320 


1,222 


1,099 


8,632 


5.197 


3,434 


O 


10,901 


6,368 


4,534 


2,300 


1,196 


1.104 


8,601 


5,171 


3,430 


N 


10,792 


6,266 


4,525 


2,265 


1.165 


1,099 


8,527 


5.101 


3.426 


D 


10,713 


6,175 


4,538 


2.241 


1,128 


1.113 


8,472 


5,047 


3,425 


1984 J 


10,443 


6,002 


4.441 


2,128 


1,067 


1.061 


8,315 


4.935 


3.380 


F 


10,557 


6.058 


4.498 


2,175 


1,086 


1.088 


8,382 


4.972 


3,410 


M 


10,595 


6,062 


4.532 


2,186 


1,094 


1.092 


8,408 


4.968 


3.440 


A 


10,670 


6.144 


4,526 


2.199 


1,113 


1.086 


8,471 


5.031 


3.440 


M 


11,014 


6.381 


4,632 


2,402 


1.252 


1.150 


8,611 


5.129 


3,482 


J 


11,316 


6.609 


4,707 


2,588 


1.378 


1.210 


8,728 


5.231 


3,498 


J 


1 1 ,563 


6,789 


4,774 


2,832 


1,523 


1.309 


8,731 


5.266 


3,464 


A 


11,515 


6,745 


4,770 


2,766 


1.483 


1.283 


8.750 


5.262 


3.487 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 


















M.C.D. 
















4 


4 


1982 S 


10,518 


6,158 


4,360 


2,330 


1.195 


1,135 


8,188 


4,963 


3.225 





10.513 


6,145 


4,368 


2,327 


1,193 


1,134 


8,186 


4.952 


3.234 


N 


10.485 


6,121 


4,364 


2,321 


1,185 


1,136 


8,164 


4,936 


3.228 


D 


10.499 


6,112 


4,387 


2,312 


1,171 


1,141 


8.187 


4,941 


3.246 


1983 J 


10,516 


6,116 


4,400 


2.308 


1,171 


1,137 


8.208 


4,945 


3.263 


F 


10.549 


6,134 


4,415 


2.310 


1,171 


1,139 


8.239 


4.963 


3,276 


M 


10.572 


6,158 


4,414 


2.306 


1,172 


1,134 


8.266 


4,986 


3,280 


A 


10,637 


6,178 


4,459 


2.290 


1.160 


1,130 


8,347 


5.018 


3,329 


M 


10.696 


6,218 


4,478 


2.324 


1.188 


1,136 


8.372 


5.030 


3,342 


J 


10.747 


6,239 


4,508 


2,346 


1.201 


1,145 


8.401 


5.038 


3,363 


J 


10.804 


6,272 


4,532 


2,372 


1.213 


1,159 


8.432 


5.059 


3,373 


A 


10,817 


6,284 


4,533 


2,361 


1,211 


1.150 


8.456 


5.073 


3,383 


S 


10,851 


6,313 


4,538 


2,362 


1.220 


1,142 


8,489 


5.093 


3,396 


O 


10.831 


6,305 


4,526 


2,346 


1.209 


1,137 


8,485 


5.096 


3,389 


N 


10.859 


6,309 


4,550 


2,343 


1.207 


1,136 


8,516 


5.102 


3,414 


D 


10,902 


6,325 


4,577 


2,350 


1.209 


1.141 


8,552 


5.116 


3,436 


1984 J 


10,855 


6,298 


4,557 


2,339 


1,209 


1.130 


8,516 


5.089 


3,427 


F 


10.909 


6,321 


4,588 


2,363 


1.217 


1,146 


8,546 


5.104 


3,442 


M 


10,878 


6,289 


4,589 


2,358 


1.216 


1,142 


8,520 


5,073 


3.447 


A 


10,903 


6,316 


4,587 


2,361 


1,216 


1.145 


8,542 


5,100 


3,442 


M 


10,926 


6,331 


4,595 


2,377 


1.232 


1,145 


8.549 


5.099 


3,450 


J 


10,975 


6,376 


4,599 


2,373 


1,239 


1,134 


8,602 


5.137 


3,465 


J 


11,061 


6,412 


4,649 


2,404 


1,257 


1,147 


8,657 


5.155 


3.502 


A 


1 1 ,041 


6,384 


4,657 


2,381 


1,239 


1,142 


8,660 


5,145 


3.515 



See footnotes, Table 3. 

In addition to the selected Labour Force information published here, there are approximately 2,100 Labour Force series available on CANSIM. The series provide 
basic labour force characteristics, by geographic area, age, sex and marital status. 



39 



Section 4— Table 4/Continued 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) /continued 



September 1984 













Table 4 2 Unemployed 










Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 

D 


767287 
767609 


767419 
767684 


767551 
767751 


767297 
767621 


767429 
767696 


767561 
767565 


767259 

767585 


767387 
767655 


767519 
767729 


1982 
1983 


1,314 
1,448 


778 
859 


537 
590 


555 
579 


331 
345 


224 
234 


759 
869 


447 
514 


313 
355 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 s 
o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

MC.D 



1982 S 

o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 



1.356 


772 


584 


554 


314 


240 


802 


458 


344 


1,402 


820 


582 


573 


330 


243 


829 


490 


339 


1,453 


865 


587 


562 


329 


233 


891 


537 


354 


1,510 


937 


574 


578 


360 


218 


932 


577 


355 


1,611 


999 


613 


614 


379 


235 


997 


620 


377 


1,604 


993 


611 


612 


379 


234 


992 


614 


377 


1,674 


1,032 


642 


656 


407 


248 


1,018 


625 


394 


1,582 


972 


610 


616 


384 


232 


966 


588 


377 


1,502 


902 


600 


630 


375 


255 


872 


528 


345 


1,462 


857 


605 


624 


360 


264 


838 


497 


341 


1,415 


831 


584 


622 


366 


256 


793 


465 


328 


1,375 


774 


601 


564 


328 


236 


811 


446 


365 


1,269 


694 


575 


506 


278 


228 


763 


416 


347 


1,253 


696 


558 


494 


273 


220 


760 


422 


337 


1,297 


752 


545 


504 


299 


205 


793 


453 


340 


1,336 


804 


532 


510 


315 


194 


827 


489 


338 


1.473 


894 


579 


546 


331 


214 


927 


563 


364 


1,476 


889 


586 


538 


323 


215 


937 


566 


371 


1,541 


932 


609 


557 


338 


219 


984 


594 


390 


1,468 


884 


583 


540 


332 


208 


928 


553 


375 


1,460 


846 


614 


574 


331 


243 


886 


515 


371 


1,362 


764 


599 


531 


296 


235 


832 


468 


364 


1,326 


731 


595 


539 


301 


239 


787 


430 


357 


1,347 


726 


622 


493 


271 


222 


854 


455 


399 



1,490 


910 


580 


609 


368 


241 


881 


542 


339 


1,537 


944 


593 


626 


379 


247 


911 


565 


346 


1.525 


922 


603 


606 


360 


246 


919 


562 


357 


1,540 


931 


609 


616 


372 


244 


924 


559 


365 


1,486 


878 


608 


596 


353 


243 


890 


525 


365 


1,507 


895 


612 


604 


360 


244 


903 


535 


368 


1,515 


891 


624 


610 


364 


246 


905 


527 


378 


1,502 


892 


610 


613 


369 


244 


889 


523 


366 


1,497 


892 


605 


609 


362 


247 


888 


530 


358 


1.478 


885 


593 


582 


344 


238 


896 


541 


355 


1,454 


875 


579 


574 


344 


230 


880 


531 


349 


1.426 


852 


574 


565 


340 


225 


861 


512 


349 


1,383 


811 


572 


553 


324 


229 


830 


487 


343 


1,361 


794 


567 


537 


314 


223 


824 


480 


344 


1,362 


801 


561 


546 


328 


218 


816 


473 


343 


1,365 


798 


567 


545 


325 


220 


820 


473 


347 


1,374 


799 


575 


537 


314 


223 


837 


485 


352 


1,395 


808 


587 


536 


311 


225 


859 


497 


362 


1,399 


813 


586 


524 


306 


218 


875 


507 


368 


1,397 


814 


583 


537 


317 


220 


860 


497 


363 


1,442 


833 


609 


548 


318 


230 


894 


515 


379 


1,379 


791 


588 


497 


287 


210 


882 


504 


378 


1,361 


768 


593 


497 


283 


214 


864 


485 


379 


1,391 


794 


597 


495 


282 


213 


896 


512 


384 



See footnotes. Table 3 



40 



September 1984 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)/continued 



Section 4— Table 4/Continued 











Table 


43 


Participation 


rates 1 












Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 








25 


years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 




Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


D 

D 


767288 
767610 


767420 
767685 


767552 
767752 


767298 
767622 




767430 
767697 




767562 
767763 


767261 
767586 




767389 
767656 


767521 
767730 


1982 
1983 


64.1 
64.4 


77.0 
76.7 


51.7 
52.6 


65.8 
66.1 




69.3 
69.2 




62.3 
628 


63.5 
63.9 




79.5 
79.1 


48.5 
49.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 S 


63.9 


76.7 


51.7 


636 


67.0 


60.1 


64.1 


79.9 


49.1 


O 


63.9 


76.6 


51.8 


63.9 


67.1 


60.7 


640 


79.7 


49.2 


N 


63.3 


75.6 


51.4 


62.8 


65.5 


60.1 


63.4 


78.9 


488 


D 


63.0 


75.1 


51.3 


62.5 


64.7 


60.2 


63.2 


78.5 


48.7 


1983 J 


62.5 


74.3 


51.1 


61.1 


63.1 


59.1 


62.9 


77.9 


48.7 


F 


62.8 


74.6 


51.4 


61.6 


63.7 


59.5 


63.1 


78.2 


48.9 


M 


63.6 


75.6 


52.0 


63.0 


65.4 


60.6 


63.8 


78.9 


49.5 


A 


63.6 


75.6 


52.0 


62.1 


64.7 


59.3 


64.0 


79.1 


498 


M 


65.0 


77.5 


53.0 


67.2 


70.7 


63.6 


64.3 


79.7 


49.9 


J 


66.3 


79.1 


54.1 


71.9 


75.8 


67.9 


64.6 


80.1 


500 


J 


67.0 


80.5 


54.1 


77.1 


82.2 


72.0 


63.9 


79.9 


48.9 


A 


66.7 


79.9 


54.2 


74.9 


79.8 


69.9 


64.2 


79.9 


496 


S 


64.4 


76.7 


52.7 


64.3 


67.6 


60.9 


64.5 


79.5 


50.4 


O 


64.0 


76.1 


52.5 


63.6 


66.4 


60.8 


64.1 


79.1 


50.1 


N 


63.6 


75.5 


52.2 


63.1 


66.2 


60.0 


63.8 


78.4 


50.0 


D 


63.3 


75.0 


52.2 


62.8 


65.3 


60.3 


63.5 


78.0 


499 


1984 J 


62.6 


74.0 


51.6 


61.2 


63.4 


58.9 


63.0 


77.4 


49.5 


F 


63.1 


74.5 


52.2 


62.2 


64.0 


60.3 


63.4 


77.8 


49.9 


M 


63.6 


75.0 


52.7 


63.0 


65.1 


60.8 


638 


78.0 


50.5 


A 


63.5 


75.2 


52.4 


63.0 


65.8 


60.1 


63.7 


78.1 


50.1 


M 


65.2 


77.3 


53.7 


68.6 


72.2 


64.8 


64.3 


78.9 


50.6 


J 


66.3 


78.8 


54.3 


71.9 


76.4 


67.3 


64.6 


79.5 


50.6 


J 


67.3 


80.3 


54.8 


77.9 


83.4 


72.3 


64.2 


79.3 


50.0 


A 


67.1 


79.7 


55.0 


75.4 


80.3 


70.4 


64.6 


79.5 


50.7 


Adjusted 


for seasonal variation 


















M.C.D. 




















1982 S 


64.1 


77.1 


51.7 


65.7 


69.4 


62.0 


63.6 


79.7 


48.6 


O 


64.3 


77.3 


51.8 


66.1 


69.8 


62.3 


63.7 


79.7 


48.7 


N 


64.0 


76.7 


51.8 


65.6 


68.7 


62.4 


63.5 


79.3 


48.7 


D 


64.1 


76.6 


52.1 


65.7 


68.7 


62.6 


63.6 


79.2 


48.9 


1983 J 


63.8 


76.0 


52.2 


65.2 


68.0 


62.5 


63.4 


78.6 


49.1 


F 


64.0 


76.3 


52.3 


65.6 


68.4 


62.7 


63.5 


78.8 


49.2 


M 


64.1 


76.4 


52.3 


65.7 


68.7 


62.7 


63.6 


78.9 


49.3 


A 


64.3 


76.6 


52.6 


65.5 


68.4 


62.5 


64.0 


79.2 


49.7 


M 


64.5 


76.9 


52.7 


66.3 


69.5 


63.0 


64.0 


79.3 


49.6 


J 


64.6 


77.0 


52.8 


66.3 


69.4 


63.1 


64.2 


79.4 


.49.8 


J 


64.8 


77.2 


52.9 


66.8 


70.0 


63.5 


64.1 


79.5 


49.8 


A 


64.6 


77.0 


52.8 


66.4 


69.8 


63.0 


64.1 


79.2 


49.8 


S 


64.5 


76.8 


52.7 


66.3 


69.6 


62.9 


64.0 


79.0 


49.8 


O 


64.2 


76.4 


52.5 


65.7 


68.8 


62.5 


63.8 


78.8 


49.6 


N 


64.3 


76.5 


52.6 


65.9 


69.4 


62.3 


638 


78.7 


49.9 


D 


64.5 


76.6 


52.9 


66.1 


69.4 


62.7 


64.0 


78.8 


50.1 


1984 J 


64.2 


76.2 


52.8 


65.8 


69.0 


62.5 


63.8 


78.4 


50.0 


F 


64.5 


76.5 


53.1 


66.4 


69.4 


63.4 


64.0 


78.7 


50.2 


M 


64.3 


76.1 


53.1 


66.2 


69.2 


63.1 


63.8 


78.2 


50.3 


A 


64.4 


76.3 


53.0 


66.7 


69.8 


63.4 


63.7 


78.3 


50.0 


M 


64.7 


76.6 


53.3 


67.4 


70.7 


64.0 


63.9 


78.5 


50.2 


J 


64.6 


76.6 


53.0 


66.2 


69.7 


62.7 


64.1 


78.7 


50.3 


J 


64.8 


76.6 


53.5 


67.0 


70.4 


63.6 


64.2 


78.5 


50.7 


A 


64.8 


76.5 


53.6 


66.6 


69.7 


63.4 


64.3 


78.6 


50.9 



See footnotes, Table 3 



41 



Section 4— Table 4/Concluded 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) /concluded 



September 1984 











Table 4 4 Unemployment 


rates 


a 








Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 








25 years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 




Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 
D 


767289 

76761 1 


767421 
767686 


767553 

767753 


767299 
767623 


767431 
767698 




767563 
767764 


767262 

767587 


767390 
767657 


767522 
767731 


1982 
1983 


11.0 
11.9 


11.1 

12.1 


109 
11.6 


18.8 
19.9 


21.1 
224 




16.1 
170 


8.4 
94 


8.2 

9.2 


8.8 
9.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 s 
o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1984 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

MOD. 



1982 S 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 



11.3 


110 


11.8 


19.5 


20 8 


180 


8.8 


8.3 


9.5 


11.7 


11.7 


11.7 


20.1 


21.9 


181 


91 


89 


9.4 


12.2 


125 


119 


200 


223 


17.5 


9.8 


9.8 


9.8 


12.8 


13.6 


11.7 


20.8 


24.8 


16.4 


10.3 


10.6 


99 


137 


146 


12.5 


226 


26 8 


18.0 


11.0 


11.4 


10.5 


13.6 


14.4 


12.4 


22.4 


26.6 


17.8 


10.9 


11.3 


10.4 


140 


14.8 


12.8 


23.4 


27.8 


18.6 


11.1 


11.3 


10.7 


13.2 


13.9 


12.2 


22.4 


26.5 


17.8 


10.5 


10.6 


10.2 


12.2 


12.6 


11.7 


21.2 


23.7 


18.3 


9.4 


9.4 


9.3 


11.7 


11.7 


116 


19.7 


21.3 


17.8 


9.0 


8.8 


9.1 


11.2 


11.1 


11.2 


18.3 


20.0 


16.3 


8.5 


8.3 


9.0 


10.9 


10.5 


11.5 


17.1 


18.5 


15.4 


8.7 


7.9 


9.8 


10.4 


98 


11.3 


17.9 


18.5 


17.2 


8.1 


7.4 


9.2 


10.3 


9.8 


110 


17.7 


18.6 


16.6 


8.1 


7.6 


9.0 


10.7 


10.7 


10.7 


18.2 


204 


157 


8.5 


8.2 


90 


11.1 


11.5 


10.5 


18.5 


21.8 


14.9 


89 


8.8 


9.0 


124 


13.0 


11.5 


20.4 


23.7 


16.8 


10.0 


10.2 


9.7 


12.3 


12.8 


11.5 


19.8 


22.9 


16.5 


10.1 


10.2 


9.8 


12.7 


13.3 


11.8 


20.3 


23.6 


16.7 


10.5 


10.7 


10.2 


12 1 


12.6 


11.4 


19.7 


23.0 


161 


9.9 


9.9 


9.8 


11.7 


11.7 


11.7 


19.3 


20.9 


17.4 


9.3 


9.1 


9.6 


10.7 


10.4 


11.3 


17.0 


17.7 


16.2 


87 


8.2 


94 


10.3 


9.7 


11.1 


16.0 


16.5 


15.4 


8.3 


7.5 


9.3 


10.5 


9.7 


11.5 


15.1 


15.5 


14.8 


8.9 


8.0 


10.3 



12.4 


12.9 


11.7 


20.7 


23.5 


17.5 


9.7 


9.8 


9.5 


12.8 


13.3 


12.0 


21.2 


24.1 


17.9 


10.0 


10.2 


9.7 


12.7 


13.1 


12.1 


20.7 


23.3 


17.8 


10.1 


10.2 


10.0 


12.8 


13.2 


12.2 


21.0 


24.1 


17.6 


101 


10.2 


10.1 


12 4 


12.6 


12.1 


20.5 


23.2 


17.6 


9.8 


9.6 


10.1 


12.5 


12.7 


12.2 


20.7 


23.5 


17.6 


99 


9.7 


10.1 


12.5 


12.6 


12.4 


209 


23.7 


17.8 


99 


9.6 


10.3 


12.4 


12.6 


12.0 


21 1 


24.1 


17.8 


9.6 


9.4 


9.9 


12.3 


12.5 


11.9 


208 


23.4 


17.9 


9.6 


9.5 


9.7 


12.1 


12.4 


11.6 


19.9 


22.3 


17.2 


9.6 


9.7 


9.5 


11.9 


12.2 


11.3 


19.5 


22.1 


16.6 


9.5 


9.5 


9.4 


11.6 


11 9 


11.2 


19.3 


21.9 


16.4 


9.2 


9.2 


9.4 


11.3 


11.4 


11.2 


19.0 


21.0 


16.7 


8.9 


87 


9.2 


11.2 


112 


11.1 


18.6 


20.6 


16.4 


8.9 


8.6 


9.2 


11.1 


11.3 


11.0 


189 


21.4 


16.1 


8.7 


8.5 


9.1 


11.1 


11.2 


11.0 


18.8 


21.2 


16.2 


8.7 


8.5 


9.2 


11.2 


11.3 


11.2 


18.7 


20.6 


16.5 


8.9 


8.7 


9.3 


11.3 


11.3 


11.3 


18.5 


20.4 


16.4 


9.1 


8.9 


9.5 


11.4 


11.4 


11.3 


18.2 


20.1 


16.0 


9.3 


9.1 


9.6 


11.4 


11.4 


11.3 


18.5 


20.7 


16.1 


9.1 


8.9 


9.5 


11.7 


11.6 


11.7 


18.7 


20.5 


16.7 


9.5 


9.2 


9.9 


11.2 


11.0 


11.3 


17.3 


18.8 


15.6 


9.3 


8.9 


9.8 


11.0 


10.7 


11.3 


17 1 


18.4 


15.7 


9.1 


8.6 


9.8 


11.2 


11.1 


11.4 


17.2 


18.5 


15.7 


9.4 


9.1 


9.8 



See footnotes. Table 3 



42 



September 1984 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons) 



Section 4— Table 5 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.1: 


Labour force 












month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Aha. 


B.C. 



D 


767285 
767606 


767837 
767899 


767975 
768037 


768113 
768175 


768251 
768313 


768413 
768475 


768583 
768645 


768729 
768791 


768867 
768929 


769005 
769067 


769168 
769230 


1982 
1983 


1 1 ,958 
12,183 


209 
214 


52 

55 


361 
369 


282 
290 


2,998 
3,069 


4,508 
4,570 


496 
508 


455 
470 


1,227 
1,249 


1.370 
1.389 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 S 


11,972 


213 


53 


366 


289 


3,011 


4,489 


499 


460 


1.231 


1.361 


O 


1 1 ,986 


210 


53 


364 


285 


3.020 


4.498 


498 


459 


1,227 


1.372 


N 


1 1 ,876 


206 


52 


359 


275 


2.968 


4.481 


497 


454 


1.225 


1.359 


D 


11,831 


203 


51 


354 


272 


2,954 


4,465 


496 


449 


1,228 


1.359 


1983 J 


1 1 ,745 


191 


50 


348 


267 


2,924 


4,436 


493 


448 


1.225 


1.362 


F 


11.816 


199 


50 


350 


271 


2,958 


4,446 


494 


454 


1.231 


1.364 


M 


1 1 ,983 


205 


51 


358 


281 


3,003 


4,496 


498 


456 


1,244 


1.391 


A 


11,991 


208 


52 


355 


284 


3,004 


4,495 


500 


461 


1.243 


1.390 


M 


12,278 


221 


56 


369 


300 


3,093 


4,581 


515 


479 


1.264 


1.401 


J 


12,535 


234 


58 


377 


307 


3,185 


4.679 


519 


483 


1,271 


1.422 


J 


12,684 


243 


61 


389 


313 


3,199 


4,738 


524 


493 


1,290 


1.434 


A 


12,645 


234 


60 


390 


312 


3.173 


4,749 


522 


493 


1.283 


1.428 


S 


12.221 


219 


57 


374 


299 


3.093 


4.565 


511 


476 


1.243 


1.383 


O 


12,155 


214 


56 


375 


289 


3.077 


4.557 


511 


475 


1.239 


1.363 


N 


12,089 


204 


55 


372 


280 


3.059 


4.552 


505 


467 


1.235 


1,361 


D 


12,049 


197 


53 


366 


273 


3.059 


4,540 


505 


460 


1.227 


1.369 


1984 J 


11,916 


195 


52 


361 


265 


3.007 


4.495 


502 


455 


1.220 


1.363 


F 


12,032 


203 


51 


365 


269 


3.054 


4.526 


505 


459 


1.234 


1.367 


M 


12,135 


214 


52 


371 


275 


3,079 


4,554 


505 


463 


1.244 


1.380 


A 


12,138 


210 


53 


374 


279 


3,059 


4,566 


511 


465 


1.228 


1.393 


M 


12,474 


222 


56 


387 


300 


3,154 


4,675 


520 


483 


1.264 


1,413 


J 


12,678 


236 


59 


399 


307 


3.226 


4,737 


521 


489 


1.274 


1,430 


J 


12.889 


251 


61 


412 


314 


3,245 


4,840 


529 


495 


1.294 


1,447 


A 


12.863 


243 


61 


416 


317 


3,197 


4,856 


530 


499 


1.291 


1,452 


Adjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















M.C.D. 
























1982 S 


12.008 


208 


52 


362 


281 


3.009 


4,532 


498 


456 


1,238 


1,372 


O 


12,050 


209 


53 


361 


282 


3.027 


4,534 


498 


458 


1,237 


1,384 


N 


12,010 


212 


53 


361 


281 


2.998 


4,539 


501 


461 


1,240 


1,378 


D 


12,039 


218 


54 


361 


285 


3.007 


4,533 


503 


461 


1,253 


1.382 


1983 J 


12,002 


209 


54 


362 


286 


3.013 


4,504 


503 


463 


1,240 


1.378 


F 


12,056 


214 


54 


362 


289 


3,031 


4,516 


505 


468 


1,239 


1,378 


M 


12,087 


216 


54 


366 


293 


3.040 


4,538 


504 


466 


1,244 


1,389 


A 


12,139 


216 


54 


364 


292 


3.058 


4,548 


505 


467 


1.245 


1.398 


M 


12,193 


216 


54 


367 


293 


3,090 


4.567 


509 


471 


1.252 


1.390 


J 


12,225 


216 


55 


368 


292 


3,079 


4.561 


509 


471 


1.258 


1.400 


J 


12,258 


216 


55 


370 


292 


3.067 


4.585 


508 


471 


1.254 


1.398 


A 


12,243 


215 


55 


375 


291 


3.069 


4.600 


509 


474 


1.257 


1.392 


S 


12,234 


214 


56 


371 


289 


3.085 


4.590 


511 


473 


1.251 


1,395 


O 


12,192 


212 


56 


373 


286 


3.078 


4.579 


512 


474 


1.250 


1.374 


N 


12,221 


211 


56 


374 


287 


3.092 


4.598 


510 


473 


1.250 


1.381 


D 


12,267 


210 


55 


373 


286 


3,116 


4.605 


513 


473 


1.253 


1.393 


1984 J 


12,229 


213 


56 


375 


284 


3,107 


4.585 


512 


472 


1.241 


1.386 


F 


12,304 


217 


55 


378 


286 


3,130 


4,614 


515 


473 


1.248 


1.383 


M 


12,277 


222 


55 


378 


286 


3,124 


4,616 


511 


474 


1.246 


1.379 


A 


12,300 


219 


55 


382 


288 


3,115 


4.630 


515 


471 


1.232 


1.397 


M 


12,368 


218 


55 


384 


289 


3,141 


4.655 


514 


475 


1.248 


1,400 


J 


12,354 


218 


55 


389 


291 


3.116 


4.622 


513 


477 


1.260 


1.405 


J 


12,422 


221 


57 


390 


291 


3,113 


4.668 


513 


473 


1.256 


1.410 


A 


12,432 


224 


56 


399 


295 


3,095 


4.688 


516 


478 


1.262 


1,412 



See footnotes, Table 3 



43 



Section 4— Table 5/ Continued September 1984 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
























average 










Table 52 


Employed 












and 
























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 


767286 


767838 


767976 


768114 


768252 


768414 


768584 


768730 


768866 


769006 


769169 


D 


767608 


767900 


768038 


768176 


768314 


768476 


768646 


768792 


768930 


769068 


769231 


1982 


10,644 


174 


45 


313 


243 


2.584 


4,067 


454 


426 


1,132 


1,204 


1983 


10,734 


174 


48 


320 


247 


2,642 


4,096 


460 


436 


1,115 


1,197 


Unadjusted 


for seasonal 


variation 




















1982 S 


10,615 


177 


47 


320 


252 


2.593 


4,028 


456 


432 


1.124 


1,186 


o 


10,584 


172 


47 


318 


248 


2.592 


4,012 


453 


431 


1,120 


1.191 


N 


10,423 


167 


45 


309 


235 


2.560 


3,969 


445 


423 


1,104 


1.167 


D 


10,321 


165 


44 


303 


234 


2.513 


3,941 


442 


415 


1,107 


1.158 


1983 J 


10,133 


154 


42 


293 


224 


2.477 


3.874 


439 


408 


1,081 


1,141 


F 


10,212 


157 


43 


299 


227 


2.498 


3.888 


440 


414 


1.085 


1,163 


M 


10.309 


160 


43 


300 


230 


2.522 


3.928 


444 


418 


1,084 


1,180 


A 


10,410 


163 


44 


304 


232 


2.557 


3,947 


448 


423 


1.097 


1,196 


M 


10,776 


178 


50 


319 


255 


2,649 


4.072 


464 


445 


1,133 


1,211 


J 


1 1 ,073 


193 


52 


332 


265 


2,739 


4,184 


472 


453 


1,143 


1,238 


J 


1 1 .269 


202 


54 


341 


270 


2.790 


4,277 


478 


461 


1.151 


1.246 


A 


11.270 


196 


54 


347 


272 


2.765 


4,311 


479 


461 


1,151 


1.235 


S 


10.952 


183 


52 


331 


260 


2.703 


4,180 


469 


445 


1.123 


1,207 





10.901 


177 


50 


330 


253 


2.690 


4,171 


468 


444 


1,127 


1,191 


N 


10.792 


164 


49 


325 


241 


2.668 


4.169 


463 


433 


1.107 


1.173 


D 


10.713 


158 


46 


319 


233 


2.646 


4,147 


461 


424 


1,098 


1,181 


1984 J 


10,443 


153 


45 


310 


224 


2.580 


4.028 


455 


416 


1.076 


1,156 


F 


10.557 


158 


44 


312 


227 


2.611 


4.078 


457 


418 


1.096 


1,155 


M 


10,595 


164 


44 


315 


227 


2.638 


4.074 


458 


419 


1,092 


1.164 


A 


10.670 


166 


43 


319 


232 


2.639 


4.123 


467 


426 


1,080 


1,174 


M 


11.014 


173 


49 


339 


252 


2.733 


4,237 


480 


446 


1,111 


1,193 


J 


11.316 


195 


53 


354 


264 


2.821 


4.338 


484 


455 


1,134 


1,219 


J 


11.563 


206 


55 


366 


272 


2.886 


4.430 


491 


456 


1,154 


1.245 


A 


11.515 


199 


56 


369 


275 


2.823 


4.441 


486 


464 


1.149 


1,254 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 4 



1982 S 


10.518 


169 


45 


312 


240 


2.564 


4,009 


452 


425 1 


121 


1.185 


O 


10.513 


168 


46 


312 


241 


2.567 


3.998 


450 


426 1 


115 


1,186 


N 


10.485 


172 


46 


310 


238 


2,571 


3.980 


447 


428 1 


112 


1,181 


D 


10.499 


178 


47 


309 


244 


2,564 


3.986 


449 


428 1 


122 


1,177 


1983 J 


10.516 


173 


46 


310 


243 


2,581 


3.998 


453 


428 1 


113 


1,181 


F 


10.549 


173 


47 


315 


245 


2,590 


3.994 


454 


433 1 


109 


1.188 


M 


10.572 


174 


47 


316 


247 


2.599 


4.026 


455 


432 1 


104 


1,196 


A 


10.637 


174 


48 


316 


247 


2.621 


4,028 


456 


432 1 


112 


1,209 


M 


10,696 


175 


48 


318 


251 


2.652 


4.057 


458 


436 1 


118 


1,200 


J 


10,747 


175 


48 


320 


249 


2.647 


4.079 


459 


438 1 


120 


1,204 


J 


10,804 


176 


48 


320 


248 


2.645 


4.120 


461 


440 1 


117 


1,206 


A 


10.817 


175 


48 


327 


249 


2.646 


4,141 


464 


439 1 


118 


1,198 


S 


10.851 


175 


49 


323 


247 


2.673 


4,159 


465 


438 1 


119 


1.206 


O 


10.831 


173 


49 


324 


246 


2.665 


4,158 


465 


439 1 


122 


1,187 


N 


10.859 


170 


50 


326 


245 


2.681 


4.183 


466 


438 1 


116 


1.189 


D 


10.902 


170 


49 


325 


243 


2,700 


4,195 


469 


437 1 


114 


1,202 


1984 J 


10.855 


172 


49 


327 


243 


2,691 


4,164 


469 


437 1 


110 


1,197 


F 


10.909 


174 


48 


328 


245 


2.707 


4,194 


471 


437 1 


120 


1,183 


M 


10.878 


177 


48 


330 


244 


2.717 


4,182 


469 


434 1 


113 


1,181 


A 


10.903 


176 


47 


331 


247 


2.705 


4,209 


474 


435 1 


096 


1.186 


M 


10.926 


172 


47 


337 


246 


2.727 


4,220 


474 


437 1 


098 


1,181 


J 


10.975 


176 


48 


340 


247 


2.723 


4,225 


472 


439 1 


111 


1,184 


J 


11.061 


178 


50 


343 


249 


2.737 


4.256 


473 


435 1 


118 


1,203 


A 


11.041 


177 


50 


346 


251 


2.709 


4.260 


472 


440 1 


116 


1,209 



See footnotes. Table 3 



44 



September 1984 Section 4— Table 5/Continued 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.3: 


Unemployed 












month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask. 


Alta. 


B.C. 


D 

D 


767287 
767609 


767839 
767901 


767977 
768039 


768115 
768177 


768253 
768315 


768415 
768477 


768585 
768647 


768731 
768793 


768869 
768931 


769007 
769069 


769170 
769232 


1982 
1983 


1,314 
1,448 


35 
40 


7 
7 


47 
49 


40 

43 


413 
427 


440 
474 


42 

48 


28 
35 


95 
134 


166 
192 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 S 


1,356 


36 


6 


45 


38 


418 


461 


43 


28 


107 


175 


O 


1,402 


38 


6 


46 


37 


428 


486 


44 


28 


107 


182 


N 


1,453 


39 


8 


51 


40 


408 


512 


52 


31 


121 


192 


D 


1,510 


38 


7 


51 


38 


440 


524 


54 


34 


121 


202 


1983 J 


1,611 


37 


8 


55 


43 


447 


562 


54 


40 


144 


221 


F 


1,604 


42 


7 


50 


45 


460 


558 


54 


39 


146 


202 


M 


1,674 


46 


8 


58 


51 


481 


568 


54 


38 


159 


211 


A 


1,582 


44 


7 


52 


52 


448 


548 


52 


38 


146 


194 


M 


1.502 


43 


6 


50 


45 


443 


510 


51 


34 


131 


189 


J 


1,462 


41 


6 


45 


42 


446 


494 


46 


30 


127 


184 


J 


1,415 


41 


7 


49 


44 


409 


461 


47 


31 


139 


188 


A 


1,375 


38 


6 


43 


40 


408 


438 


44 


33 


132 


192 


S 


1,269 


36 


6 


43 


39 


390 


385 


43 


32 


120 


176 


O 


1.253 


37 


6 


46 


36 


387 


386 


43 


31 


111 


171 


N 


1.297 


40 


6 


48 


39 


391 


383 


42 


33 


127 


188 


D 


1,336 


38 


6 


47 


40 


413 


393 


44 


37 


129 


188 


1984 J 


1,473 


42 


7 


51 


41 


427 


466 


47 


39 


144 


208 


F 


1,476 


45 


7 


53 


42 


443 


448 


47 


40 


139 


212 


M 


1,541 


50 


8 


56 


48 


441 


480 


47 


44 


152 


215 


A 


1,468 


45 


9 


55 


48 


420 


443 


43 


39 


148 


219 


M 


1.460 


49 


8 


48 


47 


421 


438 


39 


37 


152 


220 


J 


1.362 


41 


6 


45 


43 


404 


400 


38 


35 


140 


211 


J 


1,326 


44 


6 


46 


42 


359 


410 


38 


38 


140 


202 


A 


1,347 


45 


5 


48 


42 


374 


415 


44 


36 


141 


198 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 4 



1982 S 


1,490 


39 


7 


50 


41 


445 


523 


46 


31 


117 


187 


O 


1,537 


41 


7 


49 


41 


460 


536 


48 


32 


122 


198 


N 


1.525 


40 


7 


51 


43 


427 


559 


54 


33 


128 


197 


D 


1,540 


40 


7 


52 


41 


443 


547 


54 


33 


131 


205 


1983 J 


1,486 


36 


8 


52 


43 


432 


506 


50 


35 


127 


197 


F 


1,507 


41 


7 


47 


44 


441 


522 


51 


35 


130 


190 


M 


1,515 


42 


7 


50 


46 


441 


512 


49 


34 


140 


193 


A 


1.502 


42 


6 


48 


45 


437 


520 


49 


35 


133 


189 


M 


1.497 


41 


6 


49 


42 


438 


510 


51 


35 


134 


190 


J 


1.478 


41 


7 


48 


43 


432 


482 


50 


33 


138 


196 


J 


1.454 


40 


7 


50 


44 


422 


465 


47 


31 


137 


192 


A 


1,426 


40 


7 


48 


42 


423 


459 


45 


35 


139 


194 


S 


1.383 


39 


7 


48 


42 


412 


431 


46 


35 


132 


189 


O 


1.361 


39 


7 


49 


40 


413 


421 


47 


35 


128 


187 


N 


1,362 


41 


6 


48 


42 


411 


415 


44 


35 


134 


192 


D 


1,365 


40 


6 


48 


43 


416 


410 


44 


36 


139 


191 


1984 J 


1,374 


41 


7 


48 


41 


416 


421 


43 


35 


131 


189 


F 


1,395 


43 


7 


50 


41 


423 


420 


44 


36 


128 


200 


M 


1,399 


45 


7 


48 


42 


407 


434 


42 


40 


133 


198 


A 


1,397 


43 


8 


51 


41 


410 


421 


41 


36 


136 


211 


M 


1,442 


46 


8 


47 


43 


414 


435 


40 


38 


150 


219 


J 


1,379 


42 


7 


49 


44 


393 


397 


41 


38 


149 


221 


J 


1,361 


43 


7 


47 


42 


376 


412 


40 


38 


138 


207 


A 


1,391 


47 


6 


53 


44 


386 


428 


44 


38 


146 


203 



See footnotes. Table 3 



45 



Section 4— Table 5/Continued September 1984 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/continued 



Annual 

average 

and 










Table 5 4: 


Participation rates 












month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


BC 


D 
D 


767288 
767610 


767841 
769756 


767979 
769757 


768117 
769758 


768255 
769759 


768417 
769760 


768587 
769763 


768733 
769766 


768871 
769767 


769009 
769768 


769172 
769769 


1982 
1983 


64.1 
64.4 


52.1 
52.1 


57.8 
60.2 


57.0 
57.4 


55.0 
555 


60.0 
609 


67 3 
67.1 


649 
65.6 


63.9 
652 


71.4 
71.6 


64.3 
64.1 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 S 


639 


52.9 


585 


575 


56 1 


60 1 


66.7 


65 1 


645 


71.2 


63.6 


O 


63.9 


52.0 


58.4 


57.2 


55.2 


603 


668 


649 


64.2 


70.9 


64.1 


N 


633 


50.9 


57.8 


56.4 


53 1 


59.2 


665 


64.7 


63.5 


70.6 


63.4 


D 


63.0 


50.0 


56.3 


55.6 


52.6 


58.9 


66.1 


64.4 


62.7 


70.7 


63.3 


1983 J 


62.5 


47.1 


55.4 


546 


51 5 


58.3 


65.6 


64.0 


62.5 


70.5 


63.3 


F 


62.8 


48.8 


55.2 


54.7 


52.2 


589 


65.7 


640 


63.1 


70.7 


63.4 


M 


636 


503 


56.3 


56.0 


54.1 


59.7 


66.4 


64.5 


63.4 


71.4 


64.5 


A 


63.6 


50.8 


56.9 


55.5 


54.5 


59.7 


66.3 


64.7 


64.0 


71.2 


64.4 


M 


650 


53.9 


61 3 


57.6 


57.5 


61 4 


67.4 


666 


66.5 


72.4 


64.8 


J 


66.3 


56.9 


64 1 


58.7 


589 


63.2 


688 


67.0 


67.0 


72.7 


65.7 


J 


67.0 


59.2 


66.4 


60.7 


600 


634 


696 


67.6 


683 


73.8 


66.2 


A 


66.7 


56.8 


66.0 


60.7 


596 


62.9 


69.7 


67.3 


68.3 


73.3 


658 


S 


64.4 


53.1 


628 


58.1 


57.0 


61.3 


66.9 


659 


65 8 


71.1 


63.7 


O 


64.0 


51.8 


608 


58.2 


55.1 


609 


66.7 


65.7 


65.5 


70.9 


626 


N 


63.6 


49.3 


59.9 


577 


53.3 


60.6 


665 


649 


64.3 


70.7 


62.4 


D 


63.3 


47.4 


57.3 


56.6 


51.9 


60.5 


66.2 


649 


63.4 


70.3 


62.7 


1984 J 


62.6 


470 


56.8 


55.8 


50.5 


59.5 


65.5 


64.4 


62.6 


70.0 


62.3 


F 


63.1 


48.7 


55.6 


563 


51.1 


60.4 


65.8 


64.7 


630 


70.8 


62.3 


M 


63.6 


51.3 


56.6 


57.1 


52.2 


60.8 


66.1 


64.7 


63.5 


71.4 


628 


A 


63.5 


50.4 


57.1 


57.5 


53.0 


60.4 


66.2 


65.3 


63.7 


70.4 


63.4 


M 


65.2 


53.2 


61.1 


595 


56.7 


622 


67.7 


66.4 


66.1 


72.5 


64.2 


J 


66.3 


56.4 


63.6 


61.2 


58.1 


63.6 


68.5 


666 


66.9 


73.1 


64.9 


J 


67.3 


59.9 


66.4 


63.2 


59.3 


639 


69.9 


67.5 


67.5 


74.3 


65.6 


A 


67 1 


58.1 


660 


63.7 


59.7 


629 


70.0 


67.6 


68.0 


74.2 


65.7 


Adjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 




















MC.D 
























1982 S 


64 1 


51 6 


57.8 


56.9 


545 


60 1 


67.4 


65.0 


64.0 


71.6 


64.1 


O 


64.3 


51.7 


58.9 


56.8 


54.7 


60.4 


67.3 


649 


64.1 


71.4 


646 


N 


64.0 


52.3 


589 


56.7 


54.4 


598 


67.3 


65.2 


64.4 


71.5 


64.2 


D 


64.1 


53.7 


60.0 


56.7 


55.0 


60.0 


67.2 


65.4 


64.3 


72.2 


64.4 


1983 J 


63.8 


51.4 


59.3 


567 


55.2 


60.0 


66.6 


65.3 


64.6 


71.3 


64.1 


F 


64.0 


52.6 


59.3 


56.7 


55.7 


603 


66.7 


65.5 


65.2 


71.2 


64.0 


M 


64.1 


529 


59.3 


57.2 


56.3 


60.5 


67.0 


65.4 


648 


71.4 


64.5 


A 


64.3 


52.8 


59.3 


56.9 


56.2 


608 


67.0 


65.4 


65.0 


71.4 


648 


M 


64.5 


52.7 


59.3 


57.3 


56.2 


61.4 


67.2 


65.8 


65.4 


71.7 


64.3 


J 


646 


52.6 


60.4 


57.4 


55.9 


61.1 


67.1 


65.8 


65.3 


72.0 


64.7 


J 


64.8 


52.6 


604 


57.6 


559 


608 


67.3 


65.5 


65.2 


71.7 


64.5 


A 


646 


52.2 


60.4 


58.3 


55.6 


608 


67.5 


65.6 


65.6 


71.9 


64.2 


S 


64.5 


51.8 


61.5 


57.6 


55.2 


61.1 


67.2 


65.9 


65.3 


71.6 


64.2 


O 


64.2 


51.2 


60.9 


57.8 


54.5 


60.9 


67.0 


65.9 


65.5 


71.6 


63.2 


N 


64.3 


51.0 


609 


57.9 


54.7 


61.2 


67.2 


656 


65.2 


71.6 


63.4 


D 


64.5 


50.6 


59.8 


57.7 


54.5 


61.7 


67.2 


65.9 


65.2 


71 8 


63.8 


1984 J 


642 


51.2 


60.9 


57.9 


54.0 


61.5 


66.8 


65.7 


64.9 


71.2 


63.3 


F 


645 


52.2 


598 


58.2 


54.4 


61.9 


67 1 


66.0 


65.0 


71.6 


63.1 


M 


64.3 


53.2 


598 


58.2 


54.3 


61.7 


67.0 


65.4 


65.0 


71.5 


62.8 


A 


64.4 


52.5 


598 


58.8 


54.5 


61.5 


67.1 


65.9 


64.5 


70.7 


636 


M 


64.7 


52.3 


59.8 


59.0 


54.7 


62.0 


67.4 


65.7 


650 


71.6 


636 


J 


64.6 


52.2 


59.8 


59.7 


55.0 


61.4 


66.9 


65.5 


65.2 


72.3 


63.7 


J 


64.8 


52.7 


62.0 


59.7 


55.0 


61.3 


67.4 


65.4 


645 


72.1 


63.9 


A 


648 


535 


60.2 


61.0 


55.7 


609 


67.6 


65.8 


65.1 


72.5 


63.9 



See footnotes, Table 3 



46 



September 1984 Section 4— Table 5 /Concluded 

Table 5: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over, by province (thousands of persons)/concluded 



Annual 
average 










Table 5.5: 


Unemployment 


rates 1 










month 


Canada 


Mid. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


D 

D 


767289 
76761 1 


767842 
767902 


767980 
768040 


768118 
768178 


768256 
768316 


768418 
768478 


768588 
768648 


768734 
768794 


768872 
768932 


769010 
769070 


769173 
769233 


1982 
1983 


11.0 
11.9 


16.8 
18.8 


12.9 
12.2 


13.2 
13.2 


14.0 
14.8 


13.8 
13.9 


9.8 
10.4 


8.5 
9.4 


6.2 

7.4 


7.7 

10.8 


12.1 

13.8 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 S 


11.3 


17.0 


11.1 


12.4 


13.0 


13.9 


10.3 


8.6 


6.1 


8.7 


12.8 


O 


11.7 


18.2 


10.6 


12.6 


13.1 


14.2 


10.8 


89 


6.1 


8.7 


13.2 


N 


12.2 


18.9 


14.6 


14.1 


14.5 


13.7 


11.4 


10.5 


68 


99 


14.1 


D 


12.8 


18.9 


13.5 


14.5 


14.1 


14.9 


11.7 


10.9 


7.6 


9.9 


14.8 


1983 J 


13.7 


19.5 


16.5 


15.8 


16.0 


15.3 


12.7 


10.9 


9.0 


11.8 


16.2 


F 


13.6 


21.0 


14.6 


14.4 


16.5 


15.6 


12.6 


11.0 


8.7 


11.9 


14.8 


M 


14.0 


22.3 


15.7 


16.3 


18.3 


16.0 


12.6 


10.9 


8.3 


12.8 


15.1 


A 


13.2 


21.3 


14.4 


14.6 


18.3 


14.9 


12.2 


10.4 


8.3 


11.8 


14.0 


M 


12.2 


19.5 


10.9 


13.5 


15.0 


14.3 


11.1 


9.9 


7.1 


10.3 


13.5 


J 


11.7 


17.3 


10.9 


11.9 


13.8 


14.0 


10.6 


89 


63 


10.0 


13.0 


J 


11.2 


17.0 


11.4 


12.5 


13.9 


128 


9.7 


8.9 


6.4 


10.8 


13.1 


A 


10.9 


16.3 


10.2 


11.1 


12.9 


12.8 


92 


84 


6.6 


10.3 


13.5 


S 


10.4 


16.5 


10.0 


11.5 


12.9 


12.6 


8.4 


8.3 


66 


9.7 


12.8 


O 


10.3 


17.4 


10.0 


12.2 


12.4 


12.6 


8.5 


8.3 


6.5 


90 


12.6 


N 


10.7 


19.6 


11.6 


12.8 


13.9 


12.8 


8.4 


8.3 


7.1 


10.3 


13.8 


D 


11.1 


19.5 


11.9 


12.9 


14.7 


13.5 


8.7 


8.8 


80 


10.5 


13.7 


1984 J 


12.4 


21.7 


14.1 


14.1 


15.6 


142 


104 


94 


8.6 


11.8 


15.2 


F 


12.3 


22.1 


14.4 


14.4 


15.5 


14.5 


9.9 


9.4 


8.8 


11.2 


15.5 


M 


12.7 


23.3 


15.9 


15.0 


17.6 


14.3 


10.5 


93 


9.4 


12.2 


15.6 


A 


12.1 


21.3 


17.8 


14.7 


17.0 


13.7 


9.7 


85 


8.3 


12.1 


15.7 


M 


11.7 


22.0 


13.7 


12.5 


15.8 


13.3 


9.4 


7.5 


7.7 


12.1 


15.6 


J 


10.7 


17.4 


10.5 


11.3 


13.9 


12.5 


8.4 


7.2 


7 1 


11.0 


14.8 


J 


10.3 


17.7 


98 


11.3 


13.3 


111 


8.5 


7.2 


7.7 


10.8 


14.0 


A 


10.5 


18.3 


9.0 


11.5 


13.2 


11.7 


85 


82 


7.2 


11.0 


13.7 


Adjusted for 


seasonal 


variation 




















M.C.D. 
























1982 S 


12.4 


18.8 


13.1 


13.8 


14.6 


14.8 


115 


92 


6.8 


9.5 


13.6 


O 


12.8 


19.6 


12.5 


13.6 


14.5 


15.2 


118 


96 


70 


9.9 


14.3 


N 


12.7 


18.9 


13.3 


14.1 


15.3 


14.2 


12.3 


10.8 


7.2 


10.3 


14.3 


D 


12.8 


18.3 


12.9 


14.4 


144 


14.7 


12.1 


10.7 


7.2 


10.5 


14.8 


1983 J 


12.4 


17.2 


14.3 


14.4 


15.0 


14.3 


11.2 


99 


76 


10.2 


14.3 


F 


12.5 


19.2 


12.7 


13.0 


15.2 


14.5 


11.6 


10.1 


7.5 


10.5 


13.8 


M 


12.5 


19.4 


12.4 


13.7 


15.7 


14.5 


11.3 


9.7 


7.3 


11.3 


13.9 


A 


12.4 


19.4 


10.9 


13.2 


15.4 


14.3 


114 


9.7 


7.5 


10.7 


13.5 


M 


12.3 


19.0 


11.7 


13.4 


14.3 


14.2 


11.2 


10.0 


7.4 


10.7 


13.7 


J 


12.1 


19.0 


13.2 


13.0 


14.7 


14.0 


10.6 


9.8 


7.0 


11.0 


14.0 


J 


11.9 


18.5 


13.3 


13.5 


151 


13.8 


10.1 


9.3 


66 


10.9 


13.7 


A 


11.6 


18.6 


12.7 


12.8 


14.4 


13.8 


10.0 


88 


7.4 


11.1 


13.9 


S 


11.3 


18.2 


11.8 


12.9 


14.5 


13.4 


9.4 


9.0 


7.4 


10.6 


13.5 


O 


11.2 


18.4 


11.8 


13.1 


14.0 


13.4 


9.2 


9.2 


7.4 


10.2 


13.6 


N 


11.1 


19.4 


10.4 


12.8 


14.6 


13.3 


9.0 


8.6 


7.4 


10.7 


13.9 


D 


11.1 


19.0 


11.5 


12.9 


15.0 


13.4 


8.9 


8.6 


7.6 


11.1 


13.7 


1984 J 


11.2 


192 


11.7 


12.8 


14.4 


13.4 


92 


8.4 


7.4 


10.6 


13.6 


F 


11.3 


19.8 


12.5 


13.2 


14.3 


13.5 


9.1 


8.5 


7.6 


10.3 


14.5 


M 


11.4 


20.3 


12.5 


12.7 


14.7 


13.0 


9.4 


8.2 


84 


10.7 


14.4 


A 


11.4 


19.6 


13.9 


13.4 


14.2 


13.2 


9 1 


80 


7.6 


11.0 


15.1 


M 


11.7 


21.1 


14.2 


12.2 


14.9 


13.2 


9.3 


7.8 


8.0 


12.0 


15.6 


J 


11.2 


19.3 


12.8 


12.6 


15.1 


12.6 


8.6 


8.0 


8.0 


11.8 


15.7 


J 


11.0 


19.5 


119 


12.1 


14.4 


12.1 


8.8 


7.8 


8.0 


11.0 


14.7 


A 


11.2 


21.0 


11.4 


13.3 


14.9 


12.5 


9.1 


8.5 


7.9 


11.6 


14.4 



See footnotes, Table 3 



47 



Section 4— Tables 6 and 7 

Table 6: Unemployment insurance statistics 



September 1984 







Claims data 










Benefits data 




















Type of benefits paid 












Initial and 






















renewal 




Average 


Total 
















Insured 


Benefi- 


claims 


Number 


weekly 


benefits 














Year 


population 1 


ciaries' ] 


received 


of weeks 


payment 1 


paid 1 


Regular 


Sickness 


Maternity Retirement 


Fishing 


Trainees 4 


month 


Thousands 


Thousands 




Dollars 






Thousand dollars 








D 


1248 


1251 


1232 


1234 


1249 


1235 


1243 


1244 


1245 


1246 


1247 


1250 


1982 


10,648 


1,138 


3,921 


60,440 


144 38 


8,575,445 


7,646,023 


174,415 


315.973 


18,166 


1 1 1 ,856 


202,131 


1983 


10.797 


1,248 


3,434 


66.584 


154.85 


10,169.064 


9,069.503 


179,476 


344,170 


18,515 


141,836 


225,766 


1982 J 


1 1 .065 


1,038 


326 


4,418 


142.46 


611.198 


550,111 


13.462 


26.760 


1,343 


110 


10,017 


A 


11.014 


1,101 


276 


5,039 


143.66 


712,310 


651 ,776 


13,597 


28,108 


1,554 


80 


9.128 


S 


10,646 


1,072 


345 


4,943 


146.13 


703,088 


635,450 


14.005 


29,147 


1,604 


79 


9,816 





10.647 


1.135 


355 


4,855 


148.52 


693,742 


616,530 


13.628 


26,693 


1,477 


88 


1 7,905 


N 


10.581 


1,251 


438 


5,967 


15018 


862,692 


770,919 


15,394 


28,812 


1,680 


3,621 


20,214 


D 


10,518 


1,395 


388 


6,018 


152.87 


892.062 


790,597 


14,675 


25,881 


1,401 


17,859 


20,623 


1983 J 


10.455 


1.530 


390 


6,944 


154.51 


1,051,291 


945,021 


14,843 


26,614 


1,452 


26,841 


17,276 


F 


10,511 


1.558 


270 


6,567 


155.52 


997,752 


887,299 


14,615 


24,790 


1,545 


21 ,525 


23,979 


M 


10,640 


1,514 


251 


7,559 


155.56 


1,147,333 


1,017,724 


17,378 


28,581 


1.661 


25,019 


28.351 


A 


10,619 


1,458 


243 


6,162 


155 26 


937,455 


833,282 


14,288 


25,875 


1.460 


20,911 


22.869 


M 


1 0.885 


1,281 


228 


6,147 


154.46 


931 ,852 


832,500 


1 5,050 


28,634 


1.648 


16.220 


20.307 


J 


11,076 


1.152 


242 


5,209 


153.15 


784,960 


698,084 


14,941 


30,012 


1,565 


2.168 


22,098 


J 


1 1 ,226 


1.096 


257 


4,487 


152.92 


678,694 


613,745 


13,381 


28,109 


1,420 


388 


10.121 


A 


11,212 


1,074 


248 


5,313 


153 28 


811,473 


733,634 


16,261 


34,102 


1,790 


756 


11,748 


S 


10.826 


980 


276 


4.330 


153.67 


662,837 


591,850 


14,584 


30,539 


1.584 


788 


11,014 





10,760 


1,011 


303 


4,235 


154.50 


651,660 


578,693 


14,231 


29,965 


1,528 


809 


16,850 


N 


10.695 


1,091 


395 


4,885 


156.29 


760,866 


675,675 


15,408 


30,828 


1.639 


5,364 


22,063 


D 


10,660 


1,230 


331 


4,746 


159.05 


752,891 


661,996 


14,496 


26,121 


1.223 


21,047 


19.090 


1984 J 


10,621 


1,374 


388 


6,357 


161.75 


1,025,248 


914,666 


16,592 


29,690 


1.626 


29,481 


23.407 


F 


10,717 


1,391 


253 


6,078 


162.40 


982.477 


869,551 


17,019 


28,990 


1.548 


28,900 


25.789 


M 


10,809 


1,387 


248 


5.894 


162 09 


950.226 


838,435 


18,300 


30,497 


1.602 


24.938 


25.259 


A 


10,797 


1,326 


227 


5,512 


162.04 


888.913 


788,664 


15.713 


27,856 


1.360 


24,813 


21 ,076 


M 


11,130 


1,174 


249 


5.781 


160.80 


925,992 


819,812 


17.917 


34,799 


1,720 


19,356 


22,875 


J 


1 1 ,309 


1,057 


234 


4.558 


158.56 


719,710 


641.391 


16.389 


32,929 


1,582 


858 


16,994 



'"Beneficiaries" refer to the number of persons receiving $1 00 or more in unemployment insurance benefit during a specific week each month 2 Annual figures are averages of 12 
months 'Prior to July 1971. includes adjustments for cancellation of warrants and collection of overpayments 'Trainees on courses approved by Canada Employment and Immigra- 
tion Commission. 
Source: Statistical Report on the Operation of the Unemployment Insurance Act (73-001), Statistics Canada. 



Table 7: 


Help 


wanted 


index, 1 by region ( 


1981 =100) 










Year 
and 

month 






Canada 


Atlantic 
Region 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Prairie 
Region 


British 
Columbia 


Seasonally adjusted 


D 






736315 


736316 


736317 


736318 


736319 


736320 



1982 
1983 



49 
45 



66 
91 



50 

54 



52 
46 



43 
29 



35 
26 



1982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 

F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



40 
34 
35 
34 
38 

38 
34 
37 
41 
43 
47 
49 
45 
50 
52 
51 
56 

52 
54 
58 
43 
57 
64 
66 



79 
54 
58 
63 
43 

79 

46 

65 

66 

87 

86 

161 

77 

65 

117 

103 

143 

99 

94 
114 

75 
124 
179 
259 



44 
35 
39 
37 
48 

48 
40 
39 
51 
50 
61 
48 
54 
65 
66 
60 
63 

64 
63 
67 
49 
65 
72 
70 



42 
37 
35 
34 
40 

36 

35 
40 
42 
42 
45 
52 
45 
51 
48 
54 
61 

53 
58 
60 
44 
59 
70 
63 



29 
27 
26 
29 
27 

28 
26 

27 
28 
32 
28 
31 
30 
30 
32 
29 
31 

30 
32 
34 
30 
36 
34 
38 



22 
23 
23 
22 
23 

21 
24 
23 
24 
28 
29 
28 
28 
28 
26 
27 
28 

32 
31 
30 
31 
40 
30 
27 



'The index is based on a measure of the volume of help wanted advertising in 18 newspapers in major metropolitan areas 
Source: Labour Division, Statistics Canada. 



48 



September 1984 
























Section 4- 


-Table 8 


Table 8: 


Time lost in work stoppages, 1 by industry groups 2 


(thousand 


man-days 3 ) 














Year 
and 
month 


Total 4 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 


Mines, 
quarries, 
oil wells 










Manufacturing 












Total 


Food 
and bev- 
erages 


Tobacco 
products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textiles 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


Furniture 

and 

fixtures 


Paper 
and 

allied 
industries 


D 


1601 


1602 


1603 


1604 


1605 


1606 


1607 


1608 


1609 


1610 


1611 


1612 


1613 


1614 


1615 


1982 


5,795.4 


7.8 


_ 


257.1 


1,690.5 


175.3 


9.2 


14.9 


2.9 


36.7 


1.2 


24.4 


30.1 


37.7 


312.0 


1983 


4,444.0 


13.7 


3.0 


178.4 


1.385.4 


277.0 


— 


126.9 


1.2 


6.3 


3.6 


65.8 


65.0 


66.1 


121.2 


1982 J 


833.8 


0.2 





215.6 


154.5 


16.7 





1.1 





0.9 





2.2 


1.4 


6.8 





J 


599.8 


0.2 


— 


17.6 


177.6 


19.8 


3.8 


0.4 


— 


1.0 


— 


2.1 


1.3 


6.9 


18.9 


A 


1,257.9 


0.2 


— 


1 


180.3 


31.4 


5.4 


— 


— 


3.7 


— 


2.1 


1.3 


8.5 


46.5 


S 


4397 


0.2 


— 


0.1 


151.6 


17.7 


— 


0.6 


— 


0.3 


— 


2.0 


1.3 


5.4 


67.1 





332.0 


0.2 


— 


0.1 


153.7 


22.2 


— 


0.5 


— 


0.4 


— 


2.0 


1.5 


0.9 


67.7 


N 


627.2 


0.7 


— 


0.2 


285.7 


21.0 


— 


0.9 


— 


0.2 


— 


2.0 


3.3 


0.6 


57.2 


D 


263.5 


0.7 


— 


0.1 


186.9 


15.5 


— 


1.0 


— 


— 


— 


2.1 


2.8 


1.8 


49.1 


1983 J 


369.0 


0.6 





0.1 


59.8 


8.2 





10 








08 


1.5 


0.4 


1.0 


10.8 


F 


1,150.0 


0.6 


— 


7.4 


80.8 


17.9 


— 


0.5 


— 


— 


— 


0.3 


0.3 


1.0 


8.8 


M 


163.1 


0.7 


— 


7.7 


107.5 


24.3 


— 


— 


— 


1.5 


— 


0.1 


0.4 


0.5 


18.1 


A 


283.7 


06 


— 


7.4 


118.6 


19.0 


— 


0.7 


— 


2.1 


— 


0.1 


6.0 


8.6 


16.9 


M 


238.4 


0.7 


— 


17.2 


128.6 


14.4 


— 


7.3 


— 


1.8 


— 


03 


6.9 


12.8 


12.2 


J 


283.0 


1.8 


— 


48.5 


140.4 


28.9 


— 


19.5 


— 


0.3 


1.3 


— 


2.4 


6.3 


0.4 


J 


272.0 


0.7 


— 


30.8 


160.4 


38.9 


— 


15.4 


— 


0.5 


— 


— 


14.1 


4.9 


1.9 


A 


335.6 


0.7 


3.0 


33.2 


215.0 


43.1 


— 


15.8 


— 


0.1 


— 


63.2 


13.7 


2.3 


3.2 


S 


201.7 


4.2 


— 


11.7 


124.8 


24.3 


— 


21.6 


— 


— 


— 


0.3 


9.5 


5.4 


7.5 





212.7 


3.1 


— 


5.3 


107.7 


19.5 


— 


14.4 


— 


— 


0.3 


— 


4.9 


6.1 


30.6 


N 


703.7 


— 


— 


3.2 


81.1 


20.7 


— 


16.9 


1.2 


— 


0.6 


— 


2.6 


10.3 


7.4 


D 


231.1 


— 


— 


5.9 


60.7 


17.8 


— 


13.8 


— 


— 


06 


— 


3.8 


6.9 


3.4 


1984 J 


201.1 








6.2 


65.0 


19.0 





14.3 


_ 





0.7 





5.6 


70 


1.0 


F 


274.7 


0.4 


— 


6.4 


227.4 


14.2 


— 


2.9 


— 


— 


0.7 


— 


19.4 


6.4 


162.0 


M 


301.2 


1.9 


— 


5.3 


269.0 


6.0 


— 


2.6 


— 


1.8 


0.7 


— 


35.2 


0.4 


173.1 


A 


231.0 


1.7 


— 


— 


158.7 


10.0 


— 


2.4 


— 


1.7 


0.6 


2.2 


30.4 


— 


49.0 


M 


249.2 


2.8 


— 


— 


164.1 


14.6 


— 


2.4 


— 


10.0 


0.7 


1.0 


41.7 


4.7 


5.2 


Year 
and 
month 










Manufacturing 










Con- 
struction 


Transpor- 
tation* 


Trade 


Commu- 
nity, 

business 
and 

personal 


Printing 6 


Primary 
metals 


Metal 
fabri- 
cating 


Ma- 
chinery 


Trans- 
portation 
equip- 
ment 


Elec- 
trical 
products 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 


Petro- 
leum 
and coal 
products 


Chemical 
indus- 
tries 


Misc 
manufac- 
turing 
indus- 
tries 


Whole- 
sale 


Retail 


service 
industries 


D 


1616 


1617 


1618 


1619 


1620 


1621 


1622 


1623 


1624 


1625 


1626 


1627 


1628 


1629 


1630 


1982 


33.3 


199.8 


180.4 


17.6 


357.2 


130.9 


91.5 


0.2 


19.0 


16.2 


2,199.6 


565.7 


49.6 


121.7 


903.4 


1983 


31.0 


88.0 


53.8 


56.9 


231.3 


92.9 


30.6 


— 


489 


18.9 


243.6 


275.0 


24.9 


227.0 


2.093.0 


1982 J 


5.3 


57.0 


17.4 


2.3 


15.8 


14.7 


7.8 





0.5 


4.6 


390.3 


32.3 


0.8 


8.3 


31.8 


J 


5.7 


48.3 


14.9 


2.7 


14.9 


6.8 


27.1 


— 


0.5 


2.5 


327.8 


39.9 


0.8 


15.8 


20.1 


A 


1.7 


35.9 


12.2 


1.8 


18.6 


2.1 


8.4 


— 


0.6 


0.1 


8224 


48.6 


0.9 


17.7 


187.7 


S 


1.7 


10.4 


15.2 


0.9 


15.1 


2.2 


11.2 


— 


0.1 


0.4 


179.9 


24.7 


1.7 


15.3 


66.2 





2.0 


2.1 


15.7 


0.4 


23.5 


1.1 


11.8 


— 


— 


1.9 


20.6 


119.6 


1.3 


9.9 


26.6 


N 


2.3 


2.8 


14.4 


0.6 


164.8 


3.6 


5.0 


0.1 


4.5 


2.4 


20.9 


94.4 


1.9 


18.0 


205.4 


D 


2.4 


2.5 


10.4 


1.0 


77.5 


2.7 


4.0 


0.1 


11.7 


2.3 


15.7 


15.5 


22.9 


2.1 


19.6 


1983 J 


1.2 


3.4 


6.5 


3.5 


8.1 


0.8 


0.2 





11.8 


0.6 


6.6 


12.6 


0.7 


12.0 


276.6 


F 


1.9 


4.9 


6.3 


4.9 


27.4 


1.1 


0.4 


— 


3.3 


1.8 


2.2 


11.8 


2.6 


7.8 


1 .036.8 


M 


3.5 


14.2 


8.0 


8.2 


19.7 


1.4 


1.5 


— 


3.5 


2.6 


0.6 


9.5 


3.8 


8.9 


24.4 


A 


2.5 


7.9 


6.5 


7.6 


18.2 


14.8 


3.6 


— 


1.9 


2.2 


1.7 


11.4 


6.2 


8.7 


129.1 


M 


1.7 


6.5 


5.2 


9.1 


23.0 


13.9 


9.2 


— 


2.1 


2.2 


33.1 


15.7 


6.6 


7.5 


29.0 


J 


1.4 


9.5 


3.9 


4.1 


26.2 


25.8 


6.5 


— 


1.6 


2.3 


38.9 


8.6 


4.2 


13.2 


27.4 


J 


1.8 


9.9 


3.3 


2.4 


44.8 


13.2 


2.2 


— 


4.9 


2.2 


45.7 


7.1 


0.2 


12.4 


14.7 


A 


2.3 


12.6 


3.6 


2.5 


36.6 


5.0 


3.7 


— 


5.3 


2.0 


46.0 


6.8 


0.1 


12.3 


18.5 


s 


2.3 


8.2 


3.1 


5.7 


18.4 


5.5 


2.7 


— 


7.3 


3.0 


27.9 


8.2 


0.2 


7.2 


17.5 


o 


7.5 


4.9 


2.2 


3.3 


5.6 


3.4 


0.1 


— 


4.9 


— 


24.0 


7.4 


0.1 


26.7 


38.4 


N 


2.8 


3.3 


3.0 


2.3 


3.0 


4.2 


0.5 


— 


2.3 


— 


16.3 


42.7 


0.2 


97.3 


462.9 


D 


2.1 


2.7 


2.2 


3.3 


0.3 


3.8 


— 


— 


— 


— 


0.6 


133.2 


— 


13.0 


17.7 


1984 J 


1.5 


1.0 


2.3 


6.9 


1.0 


4.0 


0.4 


_ 





0.3 


_ 


106.3 


0.2 


7.3 


16.1 


F 


1.3 


1.2 


1.2 


8.8 


5.9 


2.2 


— 


— 


1.1 


0.1 


— 


19.4 


0.4 


8.6 


12.1 


M 


3.3 


2.0 


3.0 


18.9 


16.9 


2.7 


— 


— 


1.6 


0.8 


0.2 


3.0 


1.9 


7.4 


12.5 


A 


23.9 


1.0 


2.8 


12.6 


15.6 


4.9 


— 


— 


1.4 


0.2 


0.8 


4.7 


0.6 


5.9 


58.6 


M 


23.8 


5.9 


6.8 


9.2 


16.8 


15.8 


4.5 


— 


0.6 


0.4 


35.8 


7.3 


1.1 


8.3 


29.8 



'Statistics on work stoppages include all strikes and lockouts whether legal or illegal, which last for one-half day or more and amount to 10 or more person-days of time lost. Time lost 
by workers indirectly affected, such as those laid off because of a work stoppage by other employees, is not included Data is published 45 days after the end of reference month. 
I'The industry groups from January 1976 forward, are based on the 1970 Standard Industrial Classification 'The number of person-days is calculated by multiplying the number of 
'workers involved in a work-stoppage by the number of normal working days during the stoppage Adjustments are made for establishments on shift work, etc. 4 The total includes all 
work stoppages The agriculture, finance, insurance and real estate and public administration and defence industries are not shown separately Should strikes occur in these industries, 
ithe time lost also will be shown in the total. 'Includes publishing and allied industries. "Includes storage and communication industries. 
Source: Research Bulletin, Labour Canada. 



49 



Section 4— Table 9 September 1984 

Table 9: Total number of employees, by industry group, all survey units, Canada, based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 













Manufacturing 






Construction 






Service 




Indus- 




Mines 














Goods 


pro- 


Year 


trial 




quarries 




Non- 










pro- 


ducing 


and 


aggre- 




and oil 




durable 


Our able 




Buil- 


Engi- 


ducing 


indus- 


month 


gate 


Forestry 


wells 


Total 


goods 


goods 


Total 


ding 


neering 


industries 


tries 


L 


1 


3 


6 


27 


89 


26 


159 


160 


163 


2 


166 


1982 
























1983 
























1982 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 














































8.338,555 


42,803 


143,367 


1 .657.886 


896.496 


761 ,390 


292.140 


240.393 


51,748 


2,136,195 


6,202,360 


A 


8,393,110 


40,143 


142,055 


1,695,070 


909,821 


785,249 


318,686 


262,248 


56,437 


2,195,954 


6,197,155 


M 


8,624.806 


51.270 


147.645 


1,747.642 


937,646 


809,996 


351,711 


283,975 


67,736 


2,298.268 


6.326,538 


J 


8,757,464 


61,883 


1 50.273 


1,780,259 


952,000 


828.259 


385.988 


307,803 


78.185 


2,378,403 


6,379,061 


J 


8,587,777 


64,517 


149.759 


1.761,523 


939,427 


822.096 


398.539 


315,864 


82.675 


2,374,338 


6,213.439 


A 


8,614.429 


68,337 


154,109 


1,788,296 


959,325 


828.971 


396.653 


313,322 


83.332 


2,407.395 


6,207,034 


S 


8,721,791 


68.435 


151.955 


1 ,786.024 


945,806 


840,218 


385,996 


305,450 


80.545 


2,392,410 


6,329,382 


O 


8,704.912 


64,580 


150.828 


1,763.242 


925,682 


837,559 


374.588 


298.030 


76.557 


2,353,238 


6,351.674 


N 


8.665.299 


59,232 


149,681 


1 ,733,008 


916,888 


816,119 


349,823 


282.182 


67,641 


2,291 ,743 


6,373,556 


D 


8,410,473 


52,935 


143,854 


1 .672.630 


888,677 


783,952 


307.655 


252.669 


54.986 


2,177,073 


6,233,400 


1984 J 


8,418,461 


52,283 


147,253 


1,665,758 


888,649 


777,109 


295.265 


230.087 


65,178 


2.160,559 


6,257,902 


F 


8,346,410 


50,066 


144,664 


1.603,371 


859,357 


744,014 


293,741 


228,138 


65.604 


2.091 ,842 


6,254,568 


M 


8,362.168 


44,712 


141,771 


1 ,601 ,408 


849,373 


752,035 


293,127 


226,665 


66.463 


2.081.018 


6.281,150 


A 


8,557.418 


43.875 


142,124 


1,646,085 


878,660 


767,424 


320,971 


249,311 


71,660 


2,153.054 


6.404.363 


M 


8,741,514 


52,758 


146,295 


1.683,312 


900,315 


782,997 


364,513 


280,327 


84,187 


2,246.879 


6.494.635 


J 


8,875.350 


62,376 


152,527 


1.713,355 


921,514 


791,840 


393.075 


301,013 


92,063 


2,321.333 


6.554,018 




Transportation, communication and other utilities 




































Commu- 


















Trade 




Finance 


nity. 














Electric 








insurance 


business 




Year 










power, 








and 


and 


Public 


and 




Transpor- 




Communi- 


gas and 




Whole 




real 


personal 


adminis- 


month 


Total 


tation 


Storage 


cation 


water 


Total 


sale 


Retail 


estate 


service 


tration 


L 


167 


168 


183 


186 


191 


196 


197 


216 


238 


251 


307 


1982 
























1983 
























1982 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 
























1983 J 
F 
M 
























781,342 


430.758 


12.618 


222.548 


115.418 


1 ,458,026 


447,018 


1,011.008 


512,307 


2.808.078 


642,607 


A 


775.614 


428.731 


13,029 


220,762 


113.092 


1.457,825 


446,258 


1.011.568 


510,709 


2,811,422 


641,586 


M 


794.325 


443.607 


13,024 


223.528 


114,167 


1 ,484,285 


457,829 


1 .026.456 


516,640 


2,872,880 


658,407 


J 


808,201 


456.269 


1 2.980 


223,906 


115,046 


1.502.123 


461.150 


1,040,972 


520.681 


2.867,613 


680,443 


J 


791,301 


442,046 


13.102 


223,041 


113,112 


1 ,479,977 


456,966 


1.023,011 


524,657 


2.729,936 


687,568 


A 


791,551 


440,026 


13,662 


222.941 


114,922 


1.482.159 


459,131 


1 ,023,029 


526,489 


2,719,780 


687,055 


S 


801,161 


450,115 


13,558 


220,975 


116,513 


1 .495.622 


461 .481 


1.034,141 


523,531 


2,846.667 


662.401 





796,760 


446,397 


13,623 


220,436 


116,304 


1.504.938 


456.509 


1 .048,430 


518,373 


2,878.895 


652,709 


N 


784,982 


438.104 


14,143 


222,227 


110,508 


1 ,524,427 


461 ,250 


1,063,177 


520.770 


2,901,118 


642,260 


D 


774.867 


429,474 


13,757 


221 ,472 


110,165 


1,510,353 


451.665 


1 ,058,688 


513.581 


2,798,149 


636,450 


1984 J 


764,134 


425,152 


13.275 


217,989 


107.719 


1.469,323 


439,941 


1 ,029,382 


521,907 


2.865,933 


636.606 


F 


768,887 


423,386 


13,223 


218,117 


114,161 


1.431,319 


438,084 


993,235 


522,524 


2.886.784 


645.054 


M 


767.618 


423,694 


13,287 


217,058 


113,579 


1 ,443.479 


440.168 


1 .003,31 1 


519.178 


2.904.271 


646.604 


A 


781 .962 


436.027 


14,233 


217.823 


113,879 


1.498,313 


449.373 


1 .048,940 


525.331 


2,952.353 


646.405 


M 


794,044 


444,396 


14,690 


218,524 


116,434 


1 ,534,752 


463.067 


1,071.685 


532,989 


2,979,931 


652.919 


J 


803,362 


450.816 


14,920 


220,147 


117.479 


1,583,536 


479.122 


1,104,414 


545,285 


2,968.425 


653.410 



50 



September 1984 



Section 4— Table 10 



Table 10: Total number of employees, by manufacturing industry, Canada, all survey units, based on the 1970 standard industrial 
classification 



Non-Durable Manufacturing 





Rubber 






Food and 


and plastic 


Leather 


Textile 


beverages 


products 


products 


products 



Clothing 



Paper 


Petroleum 


Chemicals 


and allied 


and coal 


and chemical 


industries 


products 


products 



90 



103 



124 



1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



217,406 


62,735 


23,722 


59,465 


88.990 


114,362 


23.471 


86,659 


223,400 


64,007 


24,546 


60,320 


89,376 


114,938 


23,418 


86.565 


242,795 


64,426 


25,968 


62,378 


92,152 


119,261 


24.065 


87.079 


251,710 


65,596 


26,431 


62,913 


89,325 


123,090 


24,375 


87.236 


248,770 


64,304 


26,307 


61,738 


86,149 


121,814 


24,502 


86.853 


256,447 


66,532 


27,231 


62.681 


92,084 


120,993 


24,216 


86.236 


243,91 1 


68,407 


29.498 


62,574 


92,051 


117,779 


23,670 


86.561 


227,641 


69,571 


28.905 


62,392 


91 ,299 


115,653 


23.111 


88.183 


217,309 


74,366 


27,091 


62.780 


90.260 


116.437 


22,828 


88.441 


204,31 1 


72,190 


26,152 


60.730 


85,846 


116,527 


22,512 


85.820 


202,723 


63,139 


26,300 


61,046 


90.755 


116.318 


22,155 


86.393 


202,682 


61,115 


26,197 


59,192 


77.814 


107,980 


22.124 


85.525 


205,739 


62,255 


24,637 


59.482 


77.739 


109.456 


22.488 


86.757 


217,279 


62,556 


24,340 


60,445 


82,156 


120,594 


22.190 


86.556 


227,970 


63,483 


24,365 


60,386 


79,432 


123.910 


23,081 


88.679 


235,403 


64,205 


24,965 


61,561 


83,696 


125.951 


23,203 


89.648 



Wood 



Durable Manufacturing 



Furniture 


Primary 


Metal 


Machinery 


Transpor- 




Non-metallic 


and 


metal 


fabricating 


except 


tation 


Electrical 


mineral 


fixtures 


industries 


industries 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 



1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



97,863 


48,382 


97,178 


143,292 


78,249 


153,648 


102,062 


40,716 


100,461 


49,115 


100,579 


152,065 


78,987 


162,097 


99,092 


42,853 


110,845 


49,420 


102,087 


156,168 


78,715 


166,986 


99,167 


46,608 


113,856 


51 ,866 


104,364 


159,934 


84,183 


162,926 


102,407 


48,722 


114,397 


50,247 


103,658 


159,181 


83,034 


160,764 


102,699 


48.116 


115,470 


50,642 


105,933 


159,190 


86,131 


158,989 


104,086 


48.532 


115,768 


50,849 


105,741 


162,194 


87,739 


164,547 


105,265 


48.115 


111,318 


51,662 


104,977 


161.482 


86,074 


167,990 


107.285 


46.772 


103,546 


51,985 


106,391 


147,617 


84,771 


169,695 


107.640 


44.474 


97,586 


49,837 


105.632 


137.613 


83,824 


165,447 


103.995 


40,020 


93,231 


44,340 


105.945 


137.035 


87.668 


166.380 


103.585 


38,925 


81,663 


43,578 


104,745 


131.527 


74,558 


162.689 


105.726 


39,528 


86,131 


41,256 


105,424 


131,995 


74,347 


166,744 


104.058 


42,079 


91,013 


43,206 


108,359 


127,739 


76,777 


170,143 


104,336 


45,852 


93,763 


44,296 


109,535 


130,963 


76.725 


172,626 


107,292 


47,796 


94,819 


44,144 


110,424 


133,551 


77,526 


175.514 


106,889 


48,973 



51 



Section 4— Table 1 1 



September 1984 



Table 11: Average weekly earnings (including overtime), all employees, all survey units, by industry group, Canada, based on the 1970 
standard industrial classification 













Manufacturing 






Construction 










Indus- 




Mines. 














Goods 


Service 
















pro- 


Year 


trial 




quarries 




Non- 










pro- 


ducing 


and 


aggregate 


Fores- 


and oil 




durable 


Durable 




Bull- 


Engi- 


ducing 


indus- 


month 


gate 


try 


wells 


Total 


goods 


goods 


Total 


ding 


neering 


industries 


tries 


L 


1241 


1243 


1246 


1267 


1329 


1268 


1399 


1400 


1403 


1242 


1406 


1982 
























1983 
























1982 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 














































381.57 


52566 


61882 


432.81 


407.94 


462.09 


477.41 


455.56 


578.93 


453.25 


356.88 


A 


384 28 


527.67 


61965 


435.89 


410.22 


46562 


486 83 


465.46 


586 15 


456.85 


358.57 


M 


386 34 


504 98 


618.25 


434.71 


409.21 


464.22 


48421 


464.08 


568.61 


455.64 


361.16 


J 


390 49 


512.52 


613.81 


437 04 


412.17 


46562 


488.45 


467.92 


569.25 


458.51 


365.13 


J 


389 28 


496 53 


609 04 


434.87 


41076 


462.42 


489 11 


463.72 


586 10 


456.63 


363.54 


A 


39067 


499 .15 


618.70 


438.00 


412.45 


467.58 


494 42 


466.96 


597.65 


460.60 


363.54 


S 


396.44 


535.25 


629.70 


445.25 


417 00 


477.06 


505.74 


480.44 


601.68 


469.30 


368.89 





395.58 


52961 


642.92 


449.19 


419.72 


481.76 


495.34 


472.98 


582.41 


471.16 


367.57 


N 


39471 


526.33 


646.29 


453.02 


425.59 


483.83 


484 04 


465.40 


561.80 


472.27 


366.82 


D 


395.72 


510.46 


641.08 


445 74 


423.30 


471.17 


47381 


462.51 


525.77 


464.19 


371.81 


1984 J 


40007 


573 94 


661 48 


460.45 


431.24 


493.85 


477.40 


483.12 


457.22 


479.21 


372.75 


F 


398.71 


559 73 


66558 


461 19 


431.07 


495.98 


479 25 


485.90 


456.12 


480.22 


371.45 


M 


399.78 


552.39 


660.21 


464.72 


431.86 


501.83 


475.14 


474.51 


477.29 


481.39 


372.74 


A 


399.69 


567.63 


655.99 


46307 


432.40 


498.17 


463 33 


463.98 


461 .07 


477.97 


373.38 


M 


40234 


54554 


660.50 


464 26 


433.54 


499.59 


462.49 


463.21 


460.11 


478.66 


375.94 


J 


404 56 


542.06 


65401 


46551 


432.54 


503 88 


468 05 


463.43 


483.19 


480.38 


377.71 




Transportation. Communication and Other Utilities 






























Trade 




Finance. 


Commu- 
nity, 




























Electric 








insurance 


business 




Year 










power. 








and 


and 


Public 


and 




Transpor- 




Communi- 


gas and 




Whole- 




real 


personal 


adminis- 


month 


Total 


tation 


Storage 


cation 


water 


Total 


sale 


Retail 


estate 


service 


tration 


L 


1407 


1408 


1423 


1426 


1431 


1436 


1437 


1456 


1478 


1491 


1547 


1982 
























1983 
























1982 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1983 J 

F 
M 














































484.41 


452.26 


485.05 


49348 


586.82 


276.15 


373 77 


232.98 


390.16 


327.61 


486 34 


A 


489.99 


45885 


489.06 


497.39 


593.70 


277.91 


375.96 


234.65 


394.11 


329.35 


482.73 


M 


490 38 


460 65 


49252 


497 56 


591.61 


280.28 


374.48 


238.27 


397.57 


332.65 


483.46 


J 


494 98 


465 15 


496.28 


505.62 


59247 


282.30 


377 09 


240.31 


402.37 


336.50 


485.85 


J 


505 44 


479.50 


496.14 


513.30 


592.36 


282.40 


37306 


241.90 


403.73 


329.35 


479.97 


A 


508.66 


485 03 


470.64 


511 44 


598.28 


283.77 


373.47 


243.51 


399.82 


327.09 


484.96 


S 


504.95 


47495 


475.21 


517.00 


601.47 


285.65 


380.34 


243 39 


402.05 


338.81 


495.40 





504.80 


472.52 


48431 


51752 


606.95 


285.55 


381.54 


243.75 


400.76 


337.68 


494.66 


N 


507.15 


473.57 


48021 


524.80 


608.22 


284.51 


380.53 


242.85 


397.82 


336.70 


501 .62 


D 


512.27 


48087 


464.04 


526.44 


61226 


288 79 


381.63 


249.18 


400.94 


341 33 


508.34 


1984 J 


519.20 


481 23 


47500 


550 66 


610 89 


286.88 


390.91 


24241 


407.23 


340.93 


510.15 


F 


517.20 


480.02 


486 80 


538.99 


616.99 


287.38 


394.17 


240.28 


406.11 


337.95 


506 08 


M 


515.67 


479.16 


484 18 


536.16 


616.40 


290.36 


396 62 


243.74 


407.17 


339.61 


508 12 


A 


519.03 


479.75 


48351 


537 68 


63821 


291 74 


398 84 


245.86 


410.36 


339.71 


510.17 


M 


52047 


48407 


509 42 


54243 


619 62 


295.21 


400 68 


24964 


419.08 


342.05 


509.40 


J 


519 23 


482 83 


507 03 


543.14 


615 69 


294.13 


39545 


250.18 


423.75 


346.58 


509.26 



52 



September 1984 



Section 4— Table 12 



Table 12: Average weekly earnings (including overtime), all employees, all survey units, Canada, by manufacturing industry, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 

Non-Durable Manufacturing 



Year 
and 
month 





Rubber 






Food 


and 






and 


plastic 


Leather 


Textile 


beverages 


products 


products 


products 



Clothing 



Paper 


Petroleum 


Chemicals 


and 


and 


and 


allied 


coal 


chemical 


industries 


products 


products 



1330 



1343 



1346 



1351 



1364 



1982 
1983 

1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



391.51 


393.71 


271.82 


356.61 


263.90 


530 83 


677.27 


500.40 


394.33 


395.70 


271 .89 


359.20 


259.00 


540.20 


689.21 


500.73 


387.26 


395.24 


267.57 


361.38 


262.52 


550.19 


677.28 


501.10 


395.87 


389.86 


271.10 


354.01 


264.14 


551.42 


670.92 


504.63 


392.54 


396.78 


268.85 


353.45 


262.07 


550.18 


670.37 


499.40 


390.32 


402.16 


271.94 


361 .49 


274.74 


554.35 


684.15 


500.89 


391.56 


413.45 


272.32 


365.10 


273.60 


564.71 


690.00 


512.36 


397.96 


409.88 


271 .48 


368.26 


278.58 


558.00 


707.02 


515.54 


404.64 


408.49 


276.85 


372.38 


285.31 


566 56 


702.63 


514.62 


408.49 


392.88 


263.17 


362.42 


283.63 


563.19 


698.21 


516.66 


416.74 


419.91 


274.48 


381.12 


278.12 


570.05 


712.15 


526.78 


417.65 


418.06 


275.96 


386.48 


268.85 


562.74 


709.08 


529.60 


418.61 


408.37 


276.35 


385.43 


267.00 


563.21 


726.33 


528.09 


417.02 


414.43 


272.87 


378.73 


261.02 


568.09 


743.74 


527.89 


414.47 


415.69 


281.61 


387.76 


261.32 


571.43 


728.30 


525.54 


413.59 


414.13 


279.05 


384.13 


265.48 


573.60 


721.34 


527.00 



Durable Manufacturing 



Wood 



Furniture 


Primary 


Metal 


Machinery 


Transpor- 




Non-metallic 


and 


metal 


fabricating 


except 


tation 


Electrical 


mineral 


fixtures 


industries 


industries 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 



1304 



1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



423.88 


326.92 


549.68 


432.52 


466 98 


509.00 


446.53 


462.06 


422.83 


325.06 


549.63 


433.64 


472.08 


512.87 


456.33 


474.19 


420.55 


322.79 


554.58 


427.02 


473.40 


514.94 


449.86 


478.11 


424.35 


328.14 


556.68 


433.58 


468.23 


517.17 


448.20 


478.20 


427.08 


331 .20 


556.61 


423.77 


469.44 


509.98 


444.38 


475.91 


431.14 


330.81 


566.50 


433.55 


476.58 


508.53 


449.54 


481.23 


434.14 


337.30 


577.80 


435.95 


480.59 


531.52 


460.45 


488.84 


435.56 


347.84 


587.84 


433.96 


486.29 


536.52 


466.00 


497.73 


449.73 


354.93 


580.24 


441.31 


477.08 


533.43 


468.73 


484.46 


429.22 


347.77 


577.88 


429.88 


458.78 


510.18 


460.31 


480.36 


462.60 


359.37 


586.44 


450.26 


490.29 


538.81 


473.84 


492.46 


441.75 


361 .78 


592.65 


444.09 


492.10 


551 .05 


479.16 


498.06 


455.11 


361.86 


593.01 


449.22 


487.74 


563.04 


482.03 


502.59 


453.29 


354.18 


592.31 


447.10 


488.33 


550.58 


481.63 


502.40 


447.72 


353.57 


589.06 


447.44 


495.87 


556.92 


486.42 


502.94 


447.84 


358.79 


592.73 


452.09 


497.67 


561.44 


492.68 


512.06 



53 



Section 4— Tables 13 and 14 



September 1984 



Table 13: Total number of employees, industrial aggregate, all survey units, Canada and Provinces, based on the 1970 standard industrial 
classification 



Year 
and 
month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.EI 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Onl 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


Yukon 


NW.T 


L 


1 


16621 


18741 


19461 


22121 


24821 


29741 


35341 


38041 


41041 


44221 


47501 


47921 



1982 




























1983 




























1982 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 




























1983 J 
F 
M 




























8,338,555 


113.589 


26,789 


229.229 


171,644 


2,041,442 


3,383.147 


339,065 


256,863 


827.422 


927,086 


7,067 


15,212 


A 


8.393,110 


108,573 


27,603 


231.851 


176,095 


2.067,582 


3,413,921 


340,232 


258,266 


818,714 


927,569 


7,015 


15.689 


M 


8,624,806 


128,087 


29,110 


238.336 


186,992 


2,139,189 


3,487,441 


349,732 


265,080 


831,059 


946,481 


7,421 


15,877 


J 


8,757,464 


137,453 


30.967 


243.806 


192,157 


2.176,983 


3,538,404 


350,804 


272,250 


841,729 


947,554 


7,959 


17,399 


J 


8,587,777 


135,526 


30,668 


245,921 


192,069 


2,129,653 


3,487,027 


345,202 


260,602 


824,697 


910,536 


8,180 


17,697 


A 


8,614.429 


137,001 


31,870 


247,859 


194,090 


2.138,268 


3.506,709 


344,418 


260,771 


823,508 


903,686 


8,504 


17,745 


S 


8,721,791 


134,847 


31.567 


250,864 


190.941 


2.159,599 


3,537,753 


345,624 


270.314 


833,220 


940,244 


8,427 


18,392 





8,704,912 


128,912 


30.216 


246.601 


187,307 


2,177,751 


3,542,119 


346,341 


271,934 


819.986 


927,664 


8,028 


18,053 


N 


8.665,299 


123,886 


29.263 


244.600 


183,292 


2,160,798 


3.553,248 


344.262 


268.843 


813,048 


919,011 


7,741 


17,305 


D 


8,410,473 


116,441 


28.022 


236,465 


174.417 


2.090.942 


3,464,198 


334.151 


261.715 


785.550 


894,731 


7,620 


16,219 


1984 J 


8,418,461 


117,275 


27,534 


234,775 


173.035 


2.071,466 


3.491,840 


338.897 


259.616 


785.783 


894,086 


7.792 


16,364 


F 


8.346.410 


118,567 


27.184 


237.380 


172.229 


2.066,776 


3.439,195 


335.844 


258.943 


783.096 


882.669 


7,773 


16.754 


M 


8.362.168 


118,527 


27,368 


238,210 


172.465 


2,070.372 


3.442.508 


338,613 


260,464 


782,624 


886,216 


7,873 


16,929 


A 


8.557.418 


121,109 


28.326 


242,487 


176.959 


2,130.392 


3,509,789 


343,464 


265,959 


796,476 


917,871 


7,984 


16,603 


M 


8,741.514 


126,435 


30.619 


249.947 


190,424 


2,172,521 


3,576.596 


352,623 


274,217 


811,796 


930,626 


8,603 


17,108 


J 


8,875.350 


136,480 


31,681 


255,063 


194,299 


2,204,919 


3.640.124 


355,264 


276,444 


815,764 


938,272 


9,045 


17,996 



Table 14: 


Average weekly earnings (including overtime), all employees, all survey units, industrial aggregate, Canada and Provinces 




Year and 
month 


Canada Nfld P.E.I. NS. NB. Que. Ont Man Sask Alta. B.C. Yukon 


NW.T. 


L 


1241 16873 18825 19785 22453 25489 30525 35633 38425 41413 44597 47545 


47965 



1982 
1983 

1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



381.57 


36673 


311 92 


336 10 


351.64 


37213 


376.44 


348 54 


36542 


421.67 


420.09 


428.50 


501.82 


384 28 


36057 


315.93 


336.78 


349 45 


377 80 


380 38 


349.24 


364 99 


419.03 


421.51 


441.27 


503.70 


386 34 


365.75 


315.15 


339 68 


344.84 


381.09 


381.86 


34937 


370.70 


421 .29 


424.25 


439.79 


524.00 


39049 


364.71 


314.37 


342.27 


346.35 


384 72 


386 13 


360.06 


375.66 


425.72 


42898 


441.43 


523.41 


389 28 


367.63 


310.39 


341.25 


352 90 


38339 


385.29 


360.95 


371 .35 


430.56 


420.02 


446.58 


533.84 


39067 


367.97 


307 54 


345.71 


352.99 


385.31 


38476 


364 15 


37356 


435.94 


422.76 


478.27 


557.31 


396 44 


374.27 


317.33 


341 81 


35502 


388.45 


391 .79 


368.91 


380.89 


436.32 


436.26 


480.27 


566.86 


395 58 


375.35 


31600 


344 69 


356.17 


386.90 


392.51 


369 36 


379 43 


435.33 


430.14 


475.75 


554.87 


39471 


381.52 


319.88 


347 90 


359 00 


387.44 


391.82 


366.45 


378.93 


434.08 


423.79 


469.89 


536.47 


39572 


383 88 


321.42 


351 49 


366.43 


390.54 


391 .03 


373.69 


378.72 


433.51 


424.04 


471 .67 


540.11 


400.07 


384.09 


321.47 


355.83 


369.57 


392.48 


396.67 


373.89 


381.59 


443.96 


426.45 


469.97 


545.34 


39871 


383.01 


324.37 


355.00 


367.68 


391.60 


396 34 


373.68 


381 23 


441 60 


419.93 


465.13 


549.58 


39978 


383 53 


325.73 


355.81 


369.98 


393.71 


397.92 


373.28 


382.59 


434.84 


423.91 


472.34 


551.03 


399 69 


386.70 


321 .28 


354 83 


369.90 


391.25 


398.64 


37347 


384 92 


430.45 


429.24 


471.09 


544.24 


402.34 


38576 


319.30 


354.94 


365.20 


394.99 


400.65 


37638 


385.90 


436 17 


433.10 


471 .60 


551 .42 


404 56 


383 06 


317.67 


357 48 


366 23 


39697 


404.07 


379.15 


387.86 


437 44 


433.50 


471 .24 


557.15 



54 



September 1984 



Section 4 — Table 15 



Table 15: Average hourly earnings (including overtime), employees paid by the hour, all survey units, Canada, based on the 1970 standard 
industrial classification 



Mines 

quarries 

and 

oil wells 



Manufacturing 



Non- 
durable 
goods 



Durable 
goods 



Food 

and 

beverages 



Rubber 

and 

plastic 

products 



Leather 
products 



Textile 
products 



Clothing 



Wood 





Paper 


Furni- 


and 


ture 


allied 


and 


indus- 


fixtures 


tries 



5586 



5607 



5669 



5670 



5683 



1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



14.30 


10.41 


9.76 


11.07 


9.78 


9.18 


6.59 


8.13 


6.48 


14.13 


10.46 


9.79 


11.11 


9.81 


9.12 


6.55 


8.21 


6.51 


14.10 


10.49 


9.82 


11.15 


9.61 


9.24 


6.49 


8.29 


6.43 


14.07 


10.52 


9.86 


11.18 


9.66 


9.17 


6.38 


8.17 


6.51 


13.93 


10.52 


9.93 


11.11 


982 


9.27 


6.44 


8.25 


6.51 


13.89 


10.53 


9.91 


11.15 


9.61 


9.45 


6.44 


8.32 


6.53 


14.41 


10.63 


9.98 


11.25 


9.71 


9.45 


6.50 


8.37 


6.61 


14.65 


10.69 


10.05 


11.27 


10.01 


9.47 


6.60 


8.42 


6.63 


14.67 


10.78 


10.15 


11.38 


10.11 


9.48 


6.71 


846 


6.74 


14.66 


10.87 


10.28 


11.44 


10.37 


9.50 


6.68 


8.42 


6.91 


14.74 


11.03 


10.38 


11.65 


10.52 


9.75 


6.82 


8.72 


6.95 


14.90 


10.95 


10.23 


11.65 


10.44 


9.82 


6.84 


8.70 


6.62 


14.82 


11.05 


10.27 


11.77 


10.46 


9.74 


6.74 


8.77 


6.57 


15.10 


11.14 


10.41 


11.84 


10.43 


9.82 


6.82 


8.75 


6.64 


15.06 


11.13 


10.39 


11.84 


10.16 


9.87 


6.91 


888 


6.61 


14.61 


11.11 


10.34 


11.86 


10.14 


9.87 


6.89 


8.81 


6.60 


Manufacturing 


Printing, 


















publish- 




Metal 










Petro- 


Che- 


ing and 


Primary 


fabri- 








Non- 


leum 


micals 


allied 


metal 


cating 


Machinery. 


Trans 


Elec- 


metallic 


and 


and 


indus- 


indus- 


indus- 


except 


portation 


trical 


mineral 


coal 


chemical 


tries 


tries 


tries 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 



10.62 
10.61 
10.57 
1050 
10.65 
10.69 
10.77 
10.71 
11.03 
11.20 

11.41 
10.85 
11.16 
11.32 
11.16 
11.15 



7.79 
7.70 
7.78 
7.86 
7.81 
7.74 
7.83 
8.07 
8.30 
8.26 

8.50 
8.48 
8.62 
8.74 
8.67 
8.86 



12.90 
12.98 
13.38 
1343 
13.48 
13.63 
13.71 
13.56 
13.70 
13.79 

13.79 
1343 
13.40 
13.80 
13.83 
13.81 



Construction 



Total 



Building 



Engi- 
neering 



5740 



1 982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

I984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



11.10 


13.16 


10.71 


11.16 


11.89 


9.79 


11.35 


14.86 


10.99 


14.08 


13.85 


15.10 


11.14 


13.17 


10.71 


11.27 


11.90 


9.89 


11.49 


15.20 


11.02 


14.07 


13.81 


15.23 


10.92 


13.21 


10.73 


11.28 


11.97 


9.87 


11.56 


15.09 


10.97 


14.00 


13.89 


14.42 


10.86 


13.33 


10.78 


11.47 


12.12 


9.84 


11.50 


14.95 


11.05 


13.85 


13.80 


14.01 


10.88 


13.39 


10.52 


11.18 


12.06 


9.79 


11.51 


14.77 


11.04 


13.61 


13.45 


14.13 


11.03 


13.55 


10.55 


11.36 


11.96 


9.87 


11.59 


15.03 


11.19 


13.67 


13.54 


14.08 


11.12 


13.81 


10.43 


11.32 


12.31 


9.88 


11.67 


15.48 


11.29 


13.89 


13.78 


14.24 


11.02 


13.81 


10.42 


11.25 


12.35 


9.95 


11.80 


15.64 


11.30 


13.71 


13.66 


13.85 


10.96 


13.74 


10.67 


11.02 


12.34 


10.04 


11.59 


15.63 


11.38 


13.79 


13.65 


14.30 


10.78 


13.84 


10.68 


11.14 


12.23 


10.13 


11.75 


15.76 


11.51 


13.90 


13.89 


13.94 


10.96 


13.79 


10.87 


11.53 


12.50 


10.16 


11.90 


15.67 


11.69 


14.42 


14.44 


14.34 


10.94 


13.89 


10.73 


11.63 


12.62 


10.35 


12.01 


15.81 


11.51 


14.62 


14.63 


14.61 


11.25 


13.96 


10.81 


11.58 


12.79 


10.34 


11.96 


16.21 


11.58 


14.32 


14.20 


14.89 


11.06 


13.96 


11.02 


11.50 


12.73 


10.37 


12.05 


16.92 


11.63 


14.01 


13.95 


14.29 


11.22 


13.96 


11.00 


11.70 


12.81 


10.49 


12.07 


16.42 


11.65 


13.53 


13.54 


13.48 


11.01 


14.02 


11.00 


11.76 


12.77 


10.57 


12.02 


16.27 


11.67 


13.30 


13.31 


13.28 



55 



Section 4 


—Table 16 




















September 1984 


Table 16: 
industrial 


Average weekly 
classification. 


hours 


(including overtime), 


employees paid by the hour, all 


survey units, 


Canada based on 


the 1970 


standard 
















Manufacturing 












Year 
and 

month 


Mines 

quarries 

and 

oil wells 


Total 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Durable 
goods 


Food 

and 

beverages 


Rubber 

and 

plastic 

products 


Leather 
products 


Textile 
products 


Clothing 


Wood 


Furni- 
ture 
and 
fixtures 


Paper 
and 
allied 
indus- 
tries 


L 


4656 


4677 


4739 


4678 


4740 


4753 


4756 


4761 


4774 


4679 


4686 


4781 


1982 


























1983 


























1982 J 
A 
S 
O 


























N 
D 

1983 J 

F 
M 


























38.2 


38.2 


37.3 


39.2 


35.9 


39.2 


36.6 


39.9 


349 


38.6 


37.7 


39.0 


A 


38.8 


384 


37.5 


39.3 


36.3 


393 


37.0 


398 


343 


38.5 


38.1 


396 


M 


38.8 


383 


37.4 


39.2 


36.3 


388 


37.0 


39.8 


35.3 


38.4 


37.7 


39.5 


J 


38.1 


38.4 


37.6 


39.1 


37.3 


38.4 


38.2 


38.7 


35.1 


38.8 


38.2 


394 


J 


37.8 


38 1 


37.3 


38.9 


36.3 


389 


37.2 


38.6 


35.0 


38.7 


38.8 


39.1 


A 


392 


38.5 


37.5 


39.6 


36.8 


39.0 


38.1 


392 


35.5 


39.1 


39.1 


39.1 


S 


38.9 


38.9 


37.7 


40.2 


36.4 


40.0 


38.1 


39.7 


35.4 


39.1 


39.8 


39.6 





39.5 


39.0 


37.6 


40.3 


35.8 


39.8 


37.2 


398 


36.1 


39.0 


398 


39.3 


N 


39.3 


389 


37.8 


400 


36.1 


393 


37.2 


399 


37.2 


39.0 


39.0 


39.5 


D 


383 


37.5 


36.9 


38.1 


35.3 


37.4 


35.4 


38.2 


36.4 


36.1 


38.2 


39.0 


1984 J 


39.8 


38.7 


37.6 


399 


36.1 


39.4 


36.4 


39.7 


36.2 


38.7 


38.7 


39.5 


F 


39.3 


389 


37.7 


40.1 


36.2 


38.7 


35.9 


40.4 


36.4 


38.1 


39.2 


39.8 


M 


39.3 


389 


37.6 


40.3 


364 


38.0 


36.3 


39.9 


36.0 


38.6 


39.1 


39.9 


A 


380 


38.5 


37.3 


39.7 


366 


38.5 


35.4 


39.1 


34.3 


382 


37.4 


39.4 


M 


39.1 


386 


37.5 


398 


37.1 


38.0 


35.9 


400 


34.7 


38.4 


37.5 


39.6 


J 


39.3 


38.9 


37.6 


40.2 


37.0 


37.9 


35.3 


39.7 


35.5 


38.4 


37.6 


39.9 












Manufacturing 












Construction 




Year 
and 
month 


Printing, 
publish- 
ing and 
allied 
indus- 
tries 


3 rimary 
metal 
indus- 
tries 


Metal 
fabri- 
cating 
indus- 
tries 


Machinery, 

except 

electrical 


Trans 

portation 

equipment 


Elec- 
trical 
products 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 


Petro- 
leum 
and 
coal 
products 


Che- 
micals 
and 
chemical 
products 


Total 


Building 


Engi- 
neering 


L 


4786 


4691 


4699 


4709 


4714 


4722 


4731 


4791 


4794 


4809 


4810 


4813 


1982 


























1983 


























1982 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 


























1983 J 
F 
M 


























34.2 


40.0 


38.5 


38.1 


40.8 


39.1 


38.3 


42.2 


39.4 


35.6 


34.9 


39.0 


A 


34.5 


39.5 


386 


38.3 


41.2 


39.0 


39.4 


43.2 


39.4 


36.5 


35.9 


39.6 


M 


34.3 


39.9 


37.9 


383 


41.3 


38.3 


39.9 


42.3 


395 


36.3 


35.5 


39.9 


J 


34.5 


396 


38.4 


37.0 


41.0 


38.4 


40.1 


41.4 


39.9 


37.0 


36.0 


41.0 


J 


34.6 


393 


38.2 


37.8 


40.4 


37.9 


39.7 


41.3 


39.0 


37.7 


36.5 


42.6 


A 


34.4 


398 


39.4 


39.0 


40.5 


38.9 


40.0 


42.6 


38.6 


38.1 


36.5 


43.7 


S 


35.0 


39.9 


40.0 


394 


41.8 


40.1 


40.4 


42.6 


396 


38.5 


37.1 


43.7 





35.0 


40.7 


39.7 


39.8 


41.8 


40.3 


40.4 


43.4 


39.8 


37.9 


36.6 


42.8 


N 


35.0 


40.3 


39.3 


39.7 


41.3 


40.5 


399 


42.9 


39.4 


36.7 


36.0 


39.4 


D 


34.5 


39.7 


376 


36.6 


388 


38.7 


384 


42.1 


38.6 


35.5 


35.2 


36.9 


1984 J 


34.7 


40.5 


39.4 


39.7 


41.1 


40.2 


38.9 


41.9 


39.5 


36.3 


36.1 


37.2 


F 


35.0 


408 


39.2 


402 


41/8 


40.1 


393 


41.8 


39.8 


36.0 


35.8 


369 


M 


34.1 


40.6 


39.7 


39.4 


42.2 


40.3 


40.0 


43.1 


39.6 


36.1 


35.6 


38.4 


A 


34.1 


406 


38.8 


39.4 


41.3 


399 


400 


439 


392 


35.6 


35.2 


37.4 


M 


33.5 


40.2 


388 


39.7 


41.8 


40.0 


40.0 


42.4 


39.2 


36.3 


35.9 


38.1 


J 


33.9 


40.4 


39.4 


39.9 


42.4 


40.4 


41.2 


41.7 


39.4 


37.3 


36.4 


41.1 



56 



Section 5 ■ Prices 

58 1. Industry Selling Price Indexes, Selected Industries 

63 2. Consumer Price Indexes 

64 3. Construction Price Indexes 

65 4. Raw Materials Price Indexes 



57 



Section 5— Table 1 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



September 1984 



100), 





Industry 










Food and beverage industries 




















Fruit 


















selling 










& vege- 






Flour 








Confec- 




price 




Slaugh- 






table 




& break- 








tionery 


Year 


index: 




tering and 




Fish 


canners 






fast 




Biscuit 




manu- 


and 


manufac- 




meat 


Poultry 


products 


and pre- 




Dairy 


cereal 


Feed 


manufac- 


Bakeries 


fac- 


month 


turing 


Total 


processors 


processors 


industry 


servers 


products 


jroducts 


industry 


turers 


industry 


turers 


D 


500000 


500001 


500002 


503001 


503303 


503701 




504801 


507301 


507701 


508601 


508701 


509101 


1982 


288.8 


294.4 


273.0 


275.9 


335.9 


294.0 




315.5 


322.7 


246.8 


359.8 


324.6 


367.9 


1983 


2988 


304.8 


2686 


284.8 


348.7 


306.8 




332.1 


333.3 


2638 


3906 


344.8 


384.2 


1982 A 


290.3 


298.8 


286.2 


283.0 


328.5 


298 1 




317.9 


324.3 


252.6 


361.2 


325.0 


367.1 


S 


292.4 


298.3 


285.8 


2806 


330.8 


298.6 




3200 


326.8 


2432 


361.4 


327.8 


367.9 





292.1 


297.0 


277.1 


270.7 


333.4 


302.2 




325.7 


3207 


237.0 


361.4 


331.0 


366.9 


N 


291.3 


295.9 


2697 


272.8 


342.9 


302.7 




326.2 


3206 


2322 


361 6 


331.0 


366.5 


D 


292.3 


297.1 


2685 


265.2 


349.8 


306.4 




325.1 


323.7 


238.5 


361.3 


336.6 


366.0 


1983 J 


292.7 


298.4 


267.4 


267.4 


354.9 


305.1 




326.3 


324.4 


242.7 


3837 


337.3 


368.3 


F 


293.5 


301.1 


274.4 


274.5 


356.4 


305.5 




328.2 


326.3 


245.7 


391.4 


337.3 


365.9 


M 


295.2 


3008 


272.4 


274.1 


358.9 


307.9 




3287 


327 5 


245.7 


391.4 


338.7 


366.2 


A 


297.1 


303.0 


276.8 


271.2 


357.1 


308.3 




329.4 


325.7 


2530 


391.2 


338.8 


366.3 


M 


298.5 


304.0 


273.7 


272.5 


342.0 


306.9 




3296 


333.9 


260.8 


391.2 


343.0 


386.9 


J 


299.3 


304.2 


272.5 


274.0 


339.1 


306.1 




329.9 


332.4 


2585 


391.2 


343.6 


391.9 


J 


300.4 


3035 


267.8 


275.5 


339.3 


304.6 




330.1 


331.7 


258.2 


391.2 


344.9 


392.6 


A 


301.3 


3068 


267.1 


292.4 


346.5 


305.2 




333.9 


331.3 


271.1 


391.2 


345.0 


393.3 


S 


301.1 


308.0 


2650 


299.7 


341.6 


305.9 




3359 


332.2 


283.9 


391.2 


345.2 


393.8 





301.6 


3082 


259.1 


2997 


341.6 


307.4 




336.4 


343.0 


283 2 


391.2 


351.1 


393.8 


N 


301.8 


309.0 


259.7 


3059 


352.5 


309.4 




338.4 


346.9 


283.4 


391 3 


354.0 


394.0 


D 


302.9 


311.1 


267.4 


311.2 


355.0 


309.7 




3388 


344.7 


279.4 


391.3 


358.4 


396.9 


1984 J 


305.4 


314.9 


272.7 


310.4 


360.5 


311.3 




346.2 


344.2 


280.7 


419.7 


359.4 


403.0 


F 


306.6 


315.7 


274.5 


309.2 


365.8 


312.2 




347.4 


350.1 


277.6 


417.9 


362.1 


4083 


M 


308 7 


318.4 


278.2 


307.4 


368.4 


313.1 




347.6 


351 2 


280.7 


417.9 


364.4 


410.0 


A 


310.4 


320.4 


2822 


305.5 


355.9 


314.9 




351.7 


346.5 


282.7 


418.9 


366.2 


412.2 


M 


310.5 


321.6 


285.6 


305.3 


342.7 


317.2 




353.5 


347.3 


284.1 


419.2 


366.2 


413.2 


J 


310.8 


322 7 


287.6 


305.6 


332.1 


318.9 




353.7 


350.8 


288 1 


418.3 


366.4 


413.5 


J 


312.3 


324.2 


2926 


306.7 


348.0 


319.2 




353.8 


350.1 


282.5 


419.5 


368.7 


414.4 






Food and beverage industries (concl ) 










Rubber and 


plastic products 


industries 










Miscel- 


Soft 
















Plastics 




Cane 




laneous 


drink 


















fabri- 


Year 


& beet 


Vege- 


tood 


manu- 








Tobacco 




Tire and 




Other 


cating 


and 


sugar 


table oil processors 


fac- 


Dis- 






products 




tube 


Rubber 


rubber 


industry 


month 


processors 


mills 


n.e.s. 


turers 


tilleries Breweries Wineries 


industries 


Total 


Industry 


footwear 


products 


n.e.s. 


D 


509401 


509601 


509801 


510501 


510801 


511001 511101 


511301 


511500 


511501 


511901 


512101 


512701 


1982 


260.6 


212.5 


279.8 


349.8 


199.5 


353.5 


2752 


231.3 


241.4 


226.7 


280.3 


273.5 


234.5 


1983 


2759 


239.3 


282.7 


363.8 


205.0 


385.4 


290.3 


250.8 


245.1 


227.3 


290.3 


282.4 


237.8 


1982 A 


247.2 


206.1 


280.6 


355.2 


201.4 


359.6 


280.4 


234.4 


243.1 


228.0 


282.1 


275.3 


236.5 


S 


225.3 


200.5 


280.5 


355.2 


204.6 


360.4 


286.6 


238.5 


242.6 


228.4 


282.8 


274.5 


235.2 





235.7 


194.8 


280.7 


357.1 


204.1 


360.9 


286.6 


238.5 


242.7 


228.8 


282.8 


275.1 


235.0 


N 


239.9 


199.5 


2806 


3588 


203.6 


361.9 


285.8 


238.8 


242.8 


229.1 


283.2 


275.2 


234.9 


D 


238.4 


201 9 


280.0 


359.4 


2049 


373.4 


285.8 


239.4 


241.8 


229.1 


283.2 


275.5 


232.3 


1983 J 


235.6 


206.4 


279.2 


3597 


203.4 


384.3 


285.8 


239.3 


241.1 


224.7 


285.0 


278.7 


232.7 


F 


247.1 


2084 


2784 


359.5 


201 3 


3836 


2858 


239.3 


241.5 


225.1 


286.0 


279.0 


233.0 


M 


242.6 


203.7 


277.4 


360.6 


201.3 


383.5 


286.8 


239.3 


244.0 


227.6 


288.2 


279.6 


236.6 


A 


241.0 


214.1 


281.0 


364.0 


202.2 


384.0 


296.7 


250.5 


245.0 


229.2 


291.2 


280.2 


236.8 


M 


283.4 


215.6 


279.5 


363.9 


201.8 


3848 


293.7 


254.3 


245.9 


229.2 


291.2 


283.2 


237.5 


J 


310.0 


207.7 


279.4 


364.1 


202.9 


385.0 


294.5 


254.3 


246.3 


229.1 


291.2 


283.7 


238.4 


J 


301.9 


221 7 


281.1 


364.6 


203.5 


387.9 


295.0 


254.3 


246.3 


227.7 


291.2 


284.3 


239.5 


A 


307.7 


281.4 


281.5 


364.6 


203.7 


387.7 


288.8 


254.3 


245.8 


227.4 


291.2 


284.4 


238.4 


S 


289.5 


283.7 


284.8 


364.8 


210.0 


387.6 


289.5 


255.9 


245.9 


227.3 


291.9 


283.4 


239.0 





300.4 


294.1 


287.7 


366.8 


209.9 


388.1 


288.8 


255.9 


246.3 


227.3 


291.9 


283.8 


240.0 


N 


279.4 


274.3 


289.4 


366.6 


210.2 


384.2 


288.8 


255.9 


246.6 


226.4 


292.1 


284.1 


241.3 


D 


271.8 


260.0 


293.2 


366.6 


209.9 


384.5 


288.8 


255.9 


246.4 


226.6 


292.1 


284.1 


240.7 


1984 J 


268.6 


272.0 


296.4 


366.8 


209.7 


384.2 


2888 


256.0 


246.7 


223.0 


292.4 


286.1 


243.5 


F 


265.5 


251.8 


295.6 


368.0 


209.7 


384.2 


291.1 


256.1 


247.8 


223.2 


292.4 


289.6 


244.2 


M 


259.0 


261.7 


299.0 


3680 


212.3 


404.8 


291.1 


256.1 


248.9 


223.3 


296.2 


289.9 


246.3 


A 


263.8 


269.3 


303.8 


370.3 


213.0 


404.8 


296.6 


266.6 


249.2 


221.9 


301.9 


291.1 


247.3 


M 


258.3 


2687 


307 2 


374.8 


214.2 


403.7 


296.6 


266.6 


250.6 


223.5 


301.9 


291.3 


249.2 


J 


255.5 


279.6 


311.5 


374.8 


214.8 


406.3 


296.6 


267.4 


250.9 


223.5 


303.4 


292.2 


249.2 


J 


242 6 


2698 


313.1 


374.7 


217.3 


406.3 


296.6 


271.4 


251.1 


223.5 


303.4 


292.7 


249.6 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



58 



September 1984 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 = 100), 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 5— Table 1 /Continued 



Year 

and 
month 




Leather industries 












Textile industries 








Total 


Leather 
tanneries 


Shoe 
factories 


Leather 

glove 

factories 

(excl. 

rubber 

gloves) 


Miscel- 




laneous 

leather 
products 
manufac- 
turers 


Total 




Cotton 

yarn 

and 

cloth 

mills 


Wool 
yarn 
and 
cloth 
mills 


Fibre 

and 

filament 

yarns 


Thraw- 

sters, 

spun 

yarn 

& cloth 


Carpet 

mat and 

rug 

industry 


Thread 
mills 


D 


513400 


513401 


513601 


514001 


514301 


514500 




514501 


514801 


515001 


515201 


515701 


516201 


1982 


2720 


320.5 


258.4 


331.6 


233.8 


236.3 




287.3 


264.8 


215.2 


188.4 


190 3 


299.5 


1983 


278.8 


3430 


261.9 


331.2 


240.8 


240.3 




2948 


265.3 


2169 


191 6 


195.7 


308.1 


1982 A 


272.6 


318.8 


259.3 


330.6 


236.1 


237.2 




2877 


268.8 


215.3 


189.7 


189.7 


302.2 


S 


273.2 


318.7 


260.3 


330.6 


236.1 


237.9 




287.7 


268.8 


217.2 


190.4 


191.2 


302.1 





274.2 


324.0 


260.6 


3300 


236.1 


237.5 




287.8 


267.4 


2156 


190.4 


190.5 


302.1 


N 


271.6 


318.6 


257.6 


330.0 


236.1 


237.2 




2878 


265.6 


214.6 


190.1 


191.1 


302.1 


D 


273.2 


326.3 


258.5 


326.4 


236 1 


237.1 




2878 


265.0 


2146 


190 6 


189.7 


302.1 


1983 J 


274.4 


325.6 


2589 


330 5 


241.3 


237.8 




292.0 


265.5 


213.5 


189.5 


191.2 


307.7 


F 


273.9 


323.6 


259.1 


330.5 


239.8 


2373 




292.1 


265.5 


212.4 


189.2 


191.2 


307.7 


M 


273.7 


323.6 


259.1 


328.0 


239.8 


2378 




292.1 


264.9 


213.3 


190 9 


191.3 


3077 


A 


275.1 


331.8 


259.1 


328.0 


239.8 


238.5 




292.9 


264.9 


215.6 


190 7 


191.4 


307.7 


M 


277.0 


339.0 


260.6 


327.0 


2398 


238.7 




2930 


2654 


216.1 


191.3 


191.4 


307.7 


J 


278.1 


343.2 


260 7 


333.4 


2398 


239.3 




2930 


2654 


215.8 


192.1 


194.2 


307.7 


J 


280.6 


351.1 


262.6 


333.4 


2403 


240.9 




296.6 


265.2 


218.3 


1920 


197.0 


307.7 


A 


281.3 


354.7 


263 1 


332.7 


240.3 


241.7 




296.5 


2654 


219.7 


192 4 


1996 


3077 


S 


2824 


355.3 


2643 


3327 


241.8 


2422 




296.7 


2654 


219.9 


192.4 


199.6 


311.1 





281 9 


351.2 


2646 


332.9 


241 8 


242.9 




2974 


265.4 


2199 


192.8 


200.4 


308.6 


N 


282.5 


354.5 


2647 


332.9 


241.8 


2428 




297.8 


2656 


219.2 


1922 


2004 


308.6 


D 


284.4 


361.8 


2657 


332.9 


243.0 


243.4 




297.6 


265.5 


219.1 


193 6 


2004 


307.2 


1984 J 


287.0 


364.0 


2674 


347.9 


242.8 


245.9 




303.6 


269.4 


221.5 


193.6 


200.3 


312.5 


F 


288.9 


369.4 


269.1 


350.6 


242.9 


2466 




3034 


271.4 


222 1 


194 8 


2003 


314.0 


M 


292.1 


384.6 


270.0 


354.0 


242.9 


246.9 




303 5 


271.4 


222.2 


195.9 


200.2 


3140 


A 


2938 


391 7 


270.1 


354.2 


245.8 


247.3 




3043 


273.5 


2224 


195 9 


2002 


314.5 


M 


295.7 


400.6 


270.9 


354.6 


245.8 


247.8 




3046 


273.5 


2225 


196.7 


1998 


316.1 


J 


296.4 


404.1 


271.3 


353.5 


245.8 


248.2 




3046 


274.9 


222.6 


196.8 


199.8 


316.1 


J 


297.2 


402.9 


272.7 


356.8 


245.8 


248.4 




3055 


274.9 


2224 


196.9 


199.8 


316.1 


Year 

I and 
1 month 




Knitting 


mills 




Clothing 
industries 








Wood 


industries 






Mens' 
clothing 
factories 


Found- 
ation 
garment 
industry 




Total 


Shingle 
mills 


Sawmills 

and 

planing 

mills 


Veneer 

and 

plywood 

mills 


Sash, door 


Total 


Hosiery 
mills 


Knitted 
fabrics 


Other 

knitting 
mills 


& other 

millwork 

plants 


D 


516600 


516601 


516801 


517101 


517501 


518501 




519100 


519101 


519201 


520701 


521001 


1982 


191.2 


173.6 


157.9 


230.1 


255.7 




220.3 




238.6 


290.1 


220.2 


239.5 


284.4 


1983 


196.5 


182.3 


156.7 


239.0 


265.4 




238.5 




264.8 


342.2 


252.2 


256.3 


299.9 


1982 A 


193.4 


177.1 


159.3 


232.1 


257.6 




228.0 




239.7 


2899 


221.3 


240.5 


285.7 


S 


191 8 


177.1 


154.8 


232.3 


257.6 




228.0 




238.1 


289.0 


220.1 


235.0 


284.6 





192.1 


177.1 


154.8 


232.9 


257.9 




228.0 




236.6 


2900 


2170 


236.8 


285.3 


N 


192.3 


177.1 


155.2 


233.2 


257.9 




228.0 




237.8 


290.7 


218.0 


238.0 


288.3 


D 


192.4 


177.6 


154.9 


233.2 


260.7 




228.0 




245.1 


292.6 


2287 


242.4 


288.0 


1983 J 


193.9 


180.7 


154.1 


2360 


2632 




234.3 




251.8 


296.6 


239.3 


244.2 


2880 


F 


194.4 


182.2 


154.3 


236.2 


263.5 




234.3 




254.1 


305.5 


241 6 


245.7 


290.4 


M 


195.4 


182.2 


155.2 


237.8 


264.0 




234.3 




257.5 


312.6 


245.2 


251.3 


291.8 


A 


195.4 


182.2 


154.6 


238.3 


264.1 




234.3 




261.4 


321.8 


249.1 


253.6 


297.5 


M 


196.2 


182.2 


156.0 


239.0 


264.1 




234.3 




277.9 


342.6 


273.9 


258.6 


298.4 


J 


196.1 


182.2 


155.9 


239.0 


264.0 




234.3 




288.3 


351.8 


286.5 


272.5 


300.6 


J 


197.4 


182.6 


158.1 


239.9 


266.5 




242.6 




285.4 


355.6 


278.3 


280.1 


304.1 


A 


197.0 


182.5 


157.0 


239.9 


2668 




242.6 




271.8 


356.9 


256.3 


276.9 


304 1 


S 


197.6 


182.5 


158.1 


240.4 


266.7 




242.6 




258.3 


357.1 


240 1 


250.8 


304.7 





197.5 


182.5 


157.9 


240.4 


266.8 




242.6 




258.2 


363.8 


240.5 


247.9 


306.0 


N 


198.4 


182.5 


159.9 


240.8 


266.9 




2426 




254.1 


371.2 


233.7 


248.1 


306.3 


D 


198.2 


183.4 


158 8 


240.8 


267.8 




242.6 




258.5 


370.7 


241.5 


245.3 


306.5 


1984 J 


199.2 


183.9 


160.2 


241.7 


270.6 




250.7 




260.0 


374.7 


244.0 


245.5 


305.5 


F 


199.2 


183.9 


160.3 


241.6 


269.8 




256.3 




267.5 


380.0 


254.2 


252.3 


305.6 


M 


199.4 


183.9 


160.3 


242.2 


270.3 




256.3 




272.9 


385.8 


261.2 


257.9 


306.3 


A 


199.7 


183.9 


160.7 


242.5 


271.2 




256.4 




274.2 


383.8 


260.8 


262.5 


312.1 


M 


199.8 


183.9 


160.8 


242.7 


269.6 




256.5 




264.7 


389.8 


246.7 


254.4 


313.1 


J 


200.7 


183.9 


162.5 


243.2 


270.1 




256.5 




258.5 


390.1 


238.9 


243.1 


313.8 


J 


200.9 


185.1 


162.5 


243.2 


270.1 




256.5 




256.5 


377.4 


235.1 


246.6 


314.6 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



59 



Section 5— Table 1 /Continued 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



September 1984 



100), 













Furniture and fixture industries 














Wood industries 


(concl) 








































Miscel- 




Paper and allipd inriustrips 








Manufac- 








House- 






laneous 














turers of 




Coffin 




hold 




Office 


furniture 




Pulp 


Asphalt 


Folding 


Year 


Hardwood 


pre-fab- 


Wooden 


and 




furniture 


furniture 


& fixtures 




and 


roofing 


carton 


and 


Itooring 


ricated 


box 


casket 


manufac- 


manufac- 


manufac- 




paper 


manufac- 


and set-up 


month 


plants 


building 


factories 


industry 


Total 


turers 




turers 


turers 


Total 


mills 


turers 


boxes 


D 


521401 


521601 


521801 


522001 


523200 


523201 




523601 


523801 


524200 


524201 


525601 


525801 


1982 


324.2 


293.0 


265.7 


245.3 


282.2 


281.8 




259.2 


290.9 


317.3 


336.1 


3684 


252.7 


1983 


365.2 


302.1 


279.6 


259.0 


294.2 


2902 




268 5 


3089 


307.3 


317.5 


388.0 


258.2 


1982 A 


3240 


292 5 


273.5 


245.2 


2844 


2838 




2602 


2935 


319.2 


337.5 


377.7 


252.5 


S 


329.1 


2924 


2728 


246.5 


285.1 


2843 




2638 


2935 


317.8 


334 7 


380.8 


254.9 





331.7 


2925 


272.6 


2465 


286.0 


2852 




262 6 


295.3 


313.2 


327.4 


382.0 


257.3 


N 


328.9 


296.1 


270.9 


246.5 


286.1 


285.4 




262.5 


295.3 


3048 


315.1 


382.9 


258.9 


D 


3302 


296 8 


271.0 


248.5 


2864 


2854 




263 1 


2958 


305.5 


316.0 


379.1 


259.1 


1983 J 


3304 


2947 


270.7 


252.9 


288.4 


286.1 




263.7 


300.3 


302.5 


311.6 


376.8 


259.2 


F 


331.9 


2964 


2732 


255.6 


2894 


286.2 




263 7 


302.7 


302.7 


311.8 


374.8 


259.2 


M 


336 2 


2964 


273.8 


255.6 


291.0 


2869 




2658 


3055 


302.8 


311.9 


376.3 


256.5 


A 


340.1 


2998 


2758 


258.9 


291 3 


2873 




266 


305.7 


304.3 


313.9 


375.9 


257.3 


M 


357.0 


2999 


2762 


258.9 


291.4 


287.3 




266 9 


305.7 


304.5 


313.8 


392.2 


258.0 


J 


3634 


299.9 


2803 


2605 


294 5 


2908 




2685 


308.7 


305.5 


315.1 


397.2 


257.5 


J 


376.9 


305.4 


281.5 


2605 


295 8 


291.4 




268 1 


311.8 


308.8 


319.5 


400.0 


257.8 


A 


382.3 


3062 


2874 


2605 


296.9 


2925 




270.4 


312.3 


309 2 


320.0 


394 2 


258.3 


S 


3899 


306.7 


2864 


261.1 


297.1 


292.9 




270.3 


312.3 


309.2 


3203 


396.0 


259.0 





389.9 


306 1 


285.5 


261 1 


297 5 


293.5 




270.8 


312.4 


311.0 


322.7 


393.6 


258.0 


N 


392.0 


306.1 


2824 


261.1 


2979 


2936 




2734 


312.4 


313.1 


323.8 


393.5 


258.6 


D 


3923 


307.0 


281 5 


261 1 


299 5 


293.8 




274 3 


316.4 


314.4 


325.4 


385.0 


259.5 


1984 J 


392.2 


308.4 


2839 


261.1 


3034 


2972 




2802 


320.3 


318.4 


3307 


369.1 


259.8 


F 


3983 


3079 


285 7 


2689 


305.8 


299.0 




280.2 


324.5 


319.1 


331.0 


3720 


259.8 


M 


405.4 


307.9 


286 6 


2689 


307.1 


301 2 




280.7 


3246 


324.5 


338.6 


369.7 


259.8 


A 


4097 


3068 


2932 


2697 


3074 


301.2 




2833 


324.7 


335.1 


353.4 


365.9 


262.2 


M 


410 1 


306.8 


295.7 


2697 


3074 


301.2 




2835 


324.7 


338.8 


357.8 


383.2 


263.2 


J 


410.3 


3068 


296.6 


272.7 


308.1 


301.5 




283 7 


325.9 


340.9 


360.5 


377.6 


263.2 


J 


413.6 


3062 


2964 


276.7 


308.6 


3024 




284.2 


325.9 


350.0 


372.1 


392.3 


263.2 


















Primary metal industries 










Paper and allied 


























industries (concl.) 




















Copper 




























& copper 
alloy 


Metal 






Paper 










Steel 








Aluminum 


rolling. 




Corrugated 


& plastic 


Miscel- 




Iron 




pipe 








rolling. 


rolling, 


casting 


Year 


box 


bag 


laneous 




and 




and 




Iron 


Smelting 


casting 


casting 


and 


and 


manufac- 


manufac- 


paper 




steel 




tube 




found- 


and 


and 


and 


extruding 


month 


turers 


turers 


convenors 


Total 


mills 




mills 




eries 


refining 


extruding 


extruding 


n.e.s. 


D 


526001 


526101 


526501 


527100 


527101 


527801 




528001 


528301 


528701 


528901 


529101 


1982 


278.1 


263.1 


2727 


310.7 


314.2 




362.6 




268.9 


327.9 


290.7 


193 


314.0 


1983 


2953 


2699 


279.8 


3206 


319.2 




359.7 




272.4 


347.6 


291.7 


206.3 


324.3 


1982 A 


284.8 


266 6 


273.6 


306.7 


316.2 




363.3 




273.7 


314.5 


2890 


188.3 


312.1 


S 


291 9 


2658 


273.2 


313.0 


316.6 




363.3 




271.3 


332.8 


2890 


189.6 


310.1 





293.3 


2666 


274.6 


310.3 


317.0 




3633 




2708 


325.2 


286.0 


191.1 


3064 


N 


2933 


2680 


274.9 


3076 


317.0 




363.3 




2699 


319.3 


279.4 


191.0 


299.8 


D 


293.3 


2675 


2757 


310.0 


316.7 




363.3 




270.2 


3269 


279 1 


191.5 


296.8 


1983 J 


2929 


2680 


277.2 


315.0 


316.7 




363.3 




271.1 


3397 


276.6 


199.5 


303.3 


F 


2926 


2680 


277 8 


317.4 


316.5 




359 1 




271.0 


347.0 


270.7 


207.2 


308.2 


M 


2925 


2683 


279.2 


313.5 


316.0 




3580 




273.0 


334.9 


270.7 


208.5 


314.2 


A 


2925 


269.7 


279 1 


3198 


3160 




3588 




272 9 


3524 


275.1 


207.4 


3175 


M 


292.5 


269.6 


2792 


321.9 


317.0 




358.8 




273.0 


355.8 


279.5 


212.2 


318.3 


J 


292 5 


2694 


2792 


315.3 


321.5 




3600 




273.3 


330.2 


279.5 


214.5 


320.6 


J 


2925 


2694 


2806 


321.3 


321.6 




360.0 




274.6 


345.7 


289.9 


213.1 


3243 


A 


2925 


2703 


281 


324.1 


321.5 




360 2 




2746 


353.4 


2937 


210.7 


329.1 


S 


2925 


270.6 


2792 


3230 


320.4 




3602 




275.2 


3500 


2984 


209.8 


334.7 





292.7 


2709 


2805 


323.8 


321.1 




359.8 




270.9 


3503 


315.7 


201.4 


3408 


N 


3087 


271.9 


281 3 


3246 


321.1 




3598 




2690 


353.0 


3209 


196.2 


339.1 


D 


3093 


272.4 


2838 


327.0 


321.1 




358.0 




2698 


3588 


3302 


195.0 


341.1 


1984 J 


309.5 


2736 


2877 


324.4 


322.7 




360 1 




271.4 


3483 


331.9 


194.2 


343.3 


F 


3096 


275.2 


290.2 


326.8 


322.9 




360.1 




272.5 


3554 


331.9 


189.4 


3484 


M 


3096 


278 1 


2908 


332.1 


322.9 




360.1 




272.8 


3694 


332.2 


194.1 


350.8 


A 


3096 


2800 


2924 


332.1 


3'24 1 




360 1 




273.0 


365.2 


339.7 


201.6 


353.9 


M 


310.1 


281.7 


2937 


330 5 


324.9 




360.1 




272.7 


360.7 


3396 


1989 


350.5 


J 


310.1 


2853 


2947 


329.2 


3253 




360 1 




273.9 


356.7 


340.4 


197 6 


347.6 


J 


320.3 


2855 


295.7 


326.5 


328.3 




3659 




273.8 


3448 


340.3 


196.5 


343.0 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



60 



September 1984 


















Section 5- 


-Table 1 /Continued 


Table 1: 
Dased on 


Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 = 
the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 


= 100) 














fear 
ind 
nonth 








Metal fabrication 


industries 








Machinery 


industries 




Transportation 
equipment 


Total 


Agri- 
cultural 
implement 
industry 


Miscel- 
laneous 
machinery 
& equip- 
ment 
manufac- 
turers 


Commercial 
refrig- 
eration 
and air 
condition- 
ing equip- 
ment 


Motor 
vehicle 
manufac- 
turers 






Total 


Boiler 

and plate 

works 


Metal 

stamping 

and 

pressing 


Wire 
and wire 
products 
manufac- 
turers 


Hardware, 
tool 
and 
cutlery 
manufac- 
turers 


Heating 
equip- 
ment 
manufac- 
turers 


vehicle 
parts 
& acces- 
sories 
manufac- 
turers 


D 




529400 


529401 


530301 


530901 


531301 


531901 


532900 


532901 


533301 


535301 


535801 


536401 


1 982 




277.8 


359.6 


277.8 


249.6 


296.0 


267.7 


254.6 


293.1 


276.5 


200.0 


211 4 


252.3 


1 983 




283.9 


336.0 


287.5 


252.7 


308.3 


280.4 


263.3 


310.9 


284.9 


210.4 


2197 


257.8 


1 982 A 




2798 


364.3 


279.7 


251.1 


298.7 


272.6 


257.2 


295.6 


279.7 


201.2 


211.5 


255.5 


S 




279.6 


352.4 


280.0 


251.0 


3009 


272.6 


258.0 


295.3 


280.9 


201.0 


209.4 


255.0 







280.6 


352.9 


280.6 


250.6 


301.4 


272.8 


258.3 


298.0 


2807 


202.4 


217.0 


255.4 


N 




280.9 


352.9 


281.7 


250.6 


301 1 


271.7 


259.3 


306 1 


280.7 


203.7 


217.0 


255.0 


D 




279.9 


348.1 


281.9 


246.2 


302.0 


272.7 


260.0 


306.4 


281.7 


204.0 


2170 


256.7 


I983 J 




280.5 


347.9 


282.7 


246.6 


301.5 


277.2 


260.7 


3063 


282.7 


205.0 


216.6 


256.4 


F 




280.0 


336.3 


283.0 


246.8 


301 6 


278.3 


2609 


3069 


2828 


205.4 


217.0 


256.7 


M 




280.3 


336.3 


283.0 


246.8 


304.1 


278.3 


261.2 


309.4 


282.9 


205.4 


2170 


256.8 


A 




282.1 


336.3 


286.8 


246.2 


307 9 


278.6 


2624 


310.4 


284.3 


205.5 


2172 


257.8 


M 




282.5 


336.3 


2869 


246.2 


309.5 


280.2 


2627 


310.3 


284.4 


210.4 


218.1 


258.1 


J 




284.7 


332.5 


289.6 


254.5 


308.8 


281.2 


2628 


310.9 


2843 


210.4 


218.5 


258.6 


J 




284.6 


332.5 


289.5 


255.0 


307.7 


281.2 


263.9 


311.3 


285.6 


211.5 


218.5 


2584 


A 




285.8 


332.7 


290.0 


258.5 


310.0 


281.2 


264.2 


311.7 


285.8 


211.5 


218.5 


258.3 


S 




285.8 


332.7 


290.0 


257.8 


309.9 


281 2 


264.4 


311.7 


286.2 


212.9 


218.7 


2577 







286.0 


332.7 


289.8 


257.2 


310.8 


282.5 


2638 


311.7 


285.2 


213.9 


225.4 


257.7 


N 




286.8 


332.7 


289.4 


258.0 


313.3 


282.5 


265.5 


315.0 


286.9 


216.0 


2254 


258.1 


D 




288.0 


342.6 


289.5 


258.2 


314.6 


282.9 


2666 


315.7 


287.8 


216.4 


225.4 


259.3 



984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



290 1 
291.0 

291 3 
294.1 
294 6 
295.6 
296.5 



342.6 
342.6 
342.6 
342.6 
3426 
344.7 
344.7 



290.9 
291.4 
292.0 
296.5 
297.1 
297.4 
298.8 



262.8 
262.7 
261.8 
262.2 
262.3 
264.9 
265.9 



317.6 
318.1 
320.1 
326.9 
327.2 
327.8 
328.8 



286.0 
285.2 
286.0 
288.1 
291 7 
291.7 
292.7 



266.7 
267.0 
267.6 
268.2 
268.7 
269.1 
269.6 



3172 
317.4 
318.1 
318.4 
318.9 
319.1 
319.7 



287.5 
287.8 

288 5 
289.1 

289 7 

290 1 
290 8 



218.1 
218.1 
218.6 
220.0 
220.4 
2209 
221 7 



225.6 
2254 
225.4 
2257 
225.7 
225.8 
2258 



261.6 
262.4 
265.2 
266.1 
2680 
2689 
271.3 



Electrical products industries 



Total 





Manufac- 




turers 


Manufac- 


of major 


turers 


appli- 


of small 


ances 


electrical 


(electrical 


appli- 


and non- 


ances 


electrical) 



Non-metallic mineral 
products industries 



Manufac- 
turers of 
lighting 
fixtures 



Manufac- 


Manufac- 


turers of 


turers of 


household 


electrical 


radio and 


industrial 


television 


equip- 


receivers 


ment 



Manufac- 
turers of 
electric 
wire and 
cable 



Battery 
manufac- 
turers 



Manufac- 








turers of 




Clay 


Clay 


miscel- 




products 


products 


laneous 




manufac- 


manufac- 


electrical 




turers 


turers 


products 




(domestic 


(imported 


n.e.s 


Total 


clays) 


clays) 



537300 



537301 



537701 



538101 



538301 



538701 



539901 



540601 



540901 



541400 



541401 



541601 



217.1 
224.3 



183.0 
188.1 



226.7 
241.4 



298.6 
322.4 



128.6 
127.1 



255.7 
262.0 



251.0 
257.6 



277.9 
282.2 



250.6 
266.6 



305.3 
319.2 



269.9 
287.8 



278.0 
2906 



1982 A 


218.9 


185.2 


232.1 


306.7 


128.1 


257.0 


250.7 


278.7 


254.5 


3093 


277.9 


279.9 


S 


219.4 


185.8 


232.1 


301.7 


127.6 


260.2 


251.6 


278.7 


254.8 


309.1 


277.4 


280.4 


O 


219.8 


186.3 


232.9 


308.1 


127.6 


261.1 


251.8 


278.7 


254.0 


309.5 


277.3 


282.8 


N 


219.7 


186.1 


233.1 


308.9 


127.6 


259.5 


252.5 


278.7 


254.1 


3107 


277.2 


284.8 


D 


220.0 


185.9 


233.1 


308.9 


127.6 


259.7 


249.9 


278.7 


259.3 


311.5 


277.4 


284.9 


1983 J 


221.7 


187.4 


238.9 


315.6 


128.3 


260.7 


252.1 


278.7 


264.0 


318.9 


279.9 


287.7 


F 


222.1 


186.0 


238.9 


316.3 


128.3 


261.1 


255.3 


278.9 


262.7 


321.1 


278.2 


288.3 


M 


221.8 


186.9 


239.1 


310.1 


128.3 


260.0 


255.0 


279.6 


263.8 


321.0 


278.2 


2888 


A 


221.9 


186.8 


239.1 


324.1 


127.9 


259.1 


255.4 


281.4 


261 1 


318.1 


278.6 


286.7 


M 


222.7 


186.6 


239.1 


323.8 


127.9 


261.3 


257.4 


281.4 


262.5 


3196 


278.6 


291.0 


J 


224.2 


186.9 


239.2 


323.8 


128.0 


260.4 


257.0 


283.7 


268.4 


318.7 


278.7 


290.8 


J 


224.7 


187.5 


243.4 


323.8 


1275 


259.6 


259.8 


283.7 


267.7 


318.1 


292.6 


291.6 


A 


225.4 


189.1 


243.8 


314.8 


127.5 


262.2 


259.3 


283.7 


270.6 


318.6 


293.9 


291.6 


S 


225.9 


189.2 


243.8 


327.5 


127.5 


263.3 


258.2 


283.7 


270.7 


319.3 


297.0 


291.6 


O 


227.0 


189.9 


243.8 


327.5 


124.5 


265.0 


260.1 


283.7 


270.4 


318.6 


299.1 


291.6 


N 


227.0 


189.1 


243.8 


330.6 


124.4 


265.5 


259.0 


283.7 


269.3 


318.2 


299.1 


293.4 


D 


227.5 


191.3 


243.8 


330.6 


124.5 


265.9 


262.1 


283.7 


267.4 


319.9 


299.7 


293.5 


1984 J 


229.6 


192.0 


246.2 


333.5 


122.6 


271.6 


264.2 


286.0 


273.6 


322.9 


308.0 


294.9 


F 


230.0 


191.6 


246.3 


333.5 


124.4 


273.1 


266.6 


286.0 


269.0 


324.1 


308.0 


296.5 


M 


230.4 


192.2 


246.4 


333.5 


124.5 


272.3 


267.6 


286.0 


269.8 


324.7 


311.2 


297.6 


A 


230.7 


193.4 


246.6 


336.3 


121.7 


272.6 


270.7 


287.5 


269.2 


325.5 


313.6 


302.7 


M 


231.0 


192.2 


246.6 


336.3 


121.8 


272.3 


266.5 


287.5 


276.8 


326.9 


314.1 


303.3 


J 


231.6 


192.3 


247.0 


336.3 


121.8 


272.2 


268.2 


287.5 


279.8 


330.0 


314.1 


303.4 


J 


232.3 


192.7 


251.1 


336.3 


121.9 


271.4 


267.2 


287.5 


282.4 


329.3 


314.1 


303.7 



Source: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



61 



Section 5— Table 1 /Concluded 

Table 1: Industry selling price indexes, selected industries (1971 = 100) 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



September 1984 











Non-metallic mineral products industries (concl ) 








Petroleum and 














Ready- 




Glass 










coal 








Concrete 


Concrete 


mix 




& glass 








Refrac- 


products industries 


Year 




Cement 
manufac- 


pipe 
manufac- 


products 
manufac- 


concrete 

manufac- 




products 
manufac- 


Abrasives 
manufac- 


Lime 
manufac- 


tories 
manufac- 








and 






Petroleum 


month 




turers 


turers 


turers 


turers 




turers 


turers 




turers 


turers 




Total 


refineries 


D 




Ml 801 


542001 


542401 


542901 




630980 


543501 




543701 


543901 


544000 


544001 


1982 




359.7 


314.1 


296.7 


323.6 




2b0 2 


361.8 




453.2 


391.0 




634.4 


643.7 


1983 




3742 


3360 


3106 


335.2 




259.7 


371.0 




514.4 


4039 




674.8 


6847 


1982 A 




360.7 


317.4 


2986 


326.1 




251 9 


366.9 




477.6 


4007 




632.6 


641.9 


S 




3607 


3286 


2984 


326 2 




251.7 


369.7 




465.7 


4007 




667.0 


676.8 







359.9 


3188 


2984 


325.7 




253.3 


371.4 




478.7 


4007 




665.0 


674.7 


N 




355.8 


343.9 


304.1 


327.3 




253 1 


371.6 




473.1 


4007 




6687 


678.5 


D 




3558 


351.3 


3047 


330.1 




253 3 


373.0 




473.1 


4007 




6669 


676.7 


1983 J 




375.9 


3496 


3060 


339.6 




2586 


374.1 




489.4 


4040 




630.2 


6394 


F 




376.3 


351.8 


3078 


3444 




2586 


372.2 




4955 


404.0 




619.6 


628.7 


M 




376.2 


318.4 


313.1 


343 1 




2586 


378.4 




495.5 


4040 




673.0 


682.8 


A 




3768 


320.7 


312.0 


341.5 




2587 


373.0 




5096 


404.0 




677.4 


6873 


M 




376.8 


314.1 


312.5 


339.1 




2587 


372.6 




511.4 


4040 




672.9 


682.7 


J 




376.8 


3067 


310.1 


338.1 




2588 


373.4 




511.4 


404.0 




685.6 


6957 


J 




376.5 


323.6 


3094 


331.8 




258.7 


369.9 




511.4 


404.0 




687.7 


6978 


A 




371.3 


348.5 


3099 


332.1 




2588 


370.1 




511.4 


4040 




692.2 


702.3 


S 




371.1 


349.2 


310.7 


332.5 




2597 


367.3 




531.3 


4040 




697.1 


707.4 







371.0 


339.2 


311.0 


3284 




262 2 


367.2 




531.3 


404.0 




690.0 


7002 


N 




370.3 


355.4 


311.5 


323.6 




262.2 


3664 




531.3 


404.0 




6886 


6987 


D 




371.0 


355.1 


313.1 


3286 




2625 


367.7 




543.1 


403.1 




683.8 


6938 


1984 J 




374.0 


354.4 


3109 


325.9 




2708 


367.0 




543.1 


405.9 




701.2 


711.5 


F 




3759 


358.3 


316.9 


328.4 




2698 


3688 




5454 


405 9 




7005 


710.7 


M 




375.8 


359.4 


317.5 


329.1 




2703 


371.9 




546 1 


405.9 




696.1 


706.3 


A 




384.8 


3546 


322.2 


3280 




2693 


372.7 




546.1 


405.9 




694.2 


704.3 


M 




3848 


359.0 


3237 


329.4 




267 3 


374.6 




5489 


419.1 




690.4 


7005 


J 




3848 


363.3 


3236 


329.3 




267.3 


375.2 




5630 


420.0 




6933 


703.5 


J 




3848 


3633 


3236 


325.7 




2665 


376.4 




563.0 


422.1 




703.7 


714.1 








Chemical 


and chemica 


products industries 








Miscellaneous 


manufacturing industries 








Manufac- 


Manufac- 






Manufac- 


Manufac- 








Floor 










Manufac- 


turers of 


turers 






turers of 


turers of 






Jewel- 


tile. 










turers of 


pharma- Paint 


of soaps 


Manufac- Manufac- 


indust- 


indust- 




Clock 


lery 


linoleum 










plastics 


ceuticals and 


and 


turers of turers of 


rial 


rial Manufac- 


and 


and 


& coated 


Pen 




Year 




and 


and varnish 


cleaning 


toilet pigments 


chem- 


chem- turers of 


watch 


silver- 


fabric 


& pencil 


Type- 


and 




synthetic 


medi- manufac- 


com- 


prepar- and dry 


icals 


icals 


pnnting 


manufac- 


ware 


manufac- 


manufac- 


writer 


month 


Total 


resins 


cines turers 


pounds 


ations 


lolours 


(inorganic) 


(organic) 


inks 


turers 


industry 


turers 


turers 


supplies 


D 


545200 


545501 


545701 546101 


546401 


546701 


547201 


547301 


547901 


548301 


618401 


618601 


618901 


619101 


619201 


1982 


306.9 


297.7 


211.9 300.0 


2255 


230.2 


332.9 


3375 


429 7 


208.6 


259.9 


609 5 


220.2 


257.1 


250.8 


1983 


316.6 


314.3 


233.6 3043 


2329 


2476 


326.0 


341.6 


4392 


209.5 


257.3 


699.1 


225.2 


270.1 


245.4 


1982 A 


309.4 


304 2 


2159 298.9 


226.2 


227.5 


333.6 


3406 


4336 


209.1 


2572 


571.6 


222.6 


254.5 


249.7 


S 


3095 


2956 


216.5 2997 


227.7 


238.8 


337.8 


3374 


434.7 


209.3 


257.2 


660.7 


221.7 


254.5 


256.8 





3090 


2985 


216.0 301.4 


227.3 


227.2 


337.1 


338.5 


4330 


2093 


257.2 


675.8 


218.9 


254.5 


250.1 


N 


309.5 


297 7 


216.4 308.1 


2293 


238.5 


336.6 


3330 


4323 


209.6 


257.2 


655.0 


219.2 


262.2 


250.1 


D 


3089 


297.2 


217.9 308 4 


231 


235.2 


337.7 


329.1 


4324 


209.6 


2572 


6860 


219.2 


262.2 


250.1 


1983 J 


313.8 


3033 


228.0 311.6 


232.6 


243.0 


3349 


338.4 


435.2 


210.7 


256.7 


738.0 


220.2 


268.6 


249.6 


F 


313.7 


304.2 


227.9 311.6 


229.3 


238.7 


332 3 


337.9 


433.6 


210.7 


2567 


787 8 


223.4 


270.1 


248 .1 


M 


313.3 


302.4 


228.7 310.7 


231 6 


240.1 


3323 


338.1 


432.4 


210.6 


256.7 


6866 


222.3 


270.1 


249.2 


A 


314.2 


303.5 


229.7 2999 


231.2 


248.7 


330.8 


340.7 


435.9 


211.3 


258.6 


707.0 


223.5 


270.1 


246 7 


M 


314.0 


304.9 


230.2 293.9 


2299 


2506 


3279 


341.2 


436.6 


211.5 


258.6 


727.0 


223.4 


270.1 


245.9 


J 


315.2 


307.9 


230.6 3004 


230.1 


245 9 


322.7 


341.3 


440.6 


211.5 


256.5 


686.7 


225.5 


270.1 


244.2 


J 


315.9 


315.5 


2378 3030 


231.3 


254.3 


320.3 


3427 


429.7 


211.5 


2565 


701.2 


226.4 


270.1 


244.2 


A 


317.5 


3189 


237.8 3027 


2328 


253 2 


320.8 


341.6 


439.2 


211.1 


256.5 


703.0 


226.7 


270.1 


245.6 


S 


317.6 


324.3 


237.6 293.4 


2339 


245.5 


321.0 


342.5 


444.2 


208.8 


2565 


690.9 


227.5 


270.1 


242.9 





3208 


3306 


237.8 307.4 


2353 


256.5 


321.1 


342.3 


4474 


203.7 


256.5 


665.6 


227.7 


270.1 


242.7 


N 


321.4 


3303 


2380 307.4 


239.3 


249.7 


322.8 


345.0 


448.3 


206.1 


2565 


6443 


227.7 


270 1 


242.7 


D 


321.3 


3258 


239.5 3094 


237.7 


2446 


325.1 


3469 


447.7 


206 1 


260.8 


6505 


227.7 


271.2 


242.7 


1984 J 


322.7 


3244 


247.3 3110 


237 5 


258.0 


3429 


353.8 


4346 


206 1 


261.4 


625.8 


228.7 


274.5 


243.1 


F 


325.1 


327.5 


246.7 3056 


2382 


259.4 


346.8 


356.6 


445.6 


2063 


261 4 


647.1 


228.7 


277.8 


243.1 


M 


328.1 


331.4 


247.1 303 3 


238.9 


2852 


3477 


360.7 


447.4 


2063 


260.4 


667.4 


229.0 


277.8 


248.3 


A 


328.3 


334.5 


248.2 2910 


237.3 


2900 


349.6 


364.2 


4476 


2063 


254.2 


6557 


229.5 


277.8 


248.3 


M 


329.9 


3362 


247.6 3075 


236.6 


289.6 


350.4 


3643 


4492 


206.3 


254.2 


652.4 


230.1 


277.8 


248.3 


J 


329.0 


3365 


247.7 301 4 


233.5 


2904 


350.6 


3642 


4493 


199.7 


2542 


637.6 


233.2 


277.8 


248.3 


J 


3294 


332.4 


252.0 3014 


237.0 


2902 


351.7 


363.6 


4482 


199.7 


2449 


617.7 


233.4 


277.8 


257.3 



Source: industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



62 



September 1984 
























Section 5- 


-Table 2 








Table 2 


Consumer price 


indexes 










































Canada (1981 =100) 




















All items and main components 










Reclassified 


by goods and 


services 










Housing 










































Health 
and 


Recre- 
ation. 






Goods 










House- 


Services 


Year 












hold 




Trans- 


per- 
sonal 


reading 
and 


Tobacco 












and 












oper- 




por- 


and 






Semi- 


Non- 




month 
Weights': 


All items 


Food 


Total 


Shelter 


ation 


Clothing 


tation 


care 


education 


alcohol 


Total 


Durable 


durable 


durable 


Total 


100 


21.11 


35.37 


20.75 


8.69 


955 


1626 


3.71 


8.61 


539 


57.12 


14.61 


10 66 


31.85 


42.88 




D 


130000 


130001 


130131 


130132 


130143 


130222 


130316 


130344 


130375 


130417 


130428 


130429 


130430 


130431 


130432 


1982 




110.8 


107.2 


112.5 


112.2 


115.8 


105.6 


114.1 


110.6 


108.7 


115.5 


109.4 


105.6 


106.6 


111.6 


112.9 


1983 




117.2 


111.2 


120.2 


119.8 


124.8 


109.8 


119.8 


118.2 


115.8 


130.0 


115.3 


109.8 


111.4 


118.6 


120.2 


1982 


A 


112.3 


109.6 


113.6 


113.3 


116.8 


106.4 


115.6 


112.6 


110.3 


117.3 


110.8 


106.2 


107.3 


113.6 


114.6 




S 


112.9 


108.7 


115.0 


114.2 


119.6 


107.1 


116.6 


113.0 


110.4 


119.2 


111.6 


106.1 


108.0 


114.7 


115.0 







113.6 


108.4 


116.4 


116.4 


120.1 


107.2 


116.3 


113.2 


112.5 


121.3 


111.6 


106.3 


108.8 


114.4 


116.7 




N 


114.4 


108.7 


116.9 


116.9 


120.4 


108.0 


118.1 


114.4 


112.9 


1228 


112.5 


108.0 


109.5 


115.0 


117.3 




D 


114.4 


108.3 


117.4 


1174 


120.9 


108 


118.0 


114.6 


112.3 


123.2 


112.4 


108.1 


109 6 


114.8 


117.5 


1983 


J 


114.1 


108.5 


117.5 


117.6 


121.4 


105.5 


117.0 


115.1 


112.1 


123.5 


111.8 


108.0 


107.3 


114.5 


117.6 




F 


114.6 


109.2 


117.9 


118.0 


121.6 


108 5 


115.9 


115.9 


113.5 


124.1 


112.3 


108.4 


109.8 


114.5 


118.2 




M 


115.8 


108.9 


119.0 


118.3 


123.8 


109 6 


119.7 


116.6 


113.8 


124.6 


114.1 


108.8 


111.2 


116.9 


118.5 




A 


115.8 


110.0 


119.3 


118.5 


124.3 


110.0 


116.8 


117.7 


114.1 


125.6 


113.8 


109 1 


111.3 


116.3 


118.8 




M 


116.1 


111.8 


119.3 


118.7 


124.6 


110.1 


115.3 


118.2 


114.9 


128.1 


114.1 


109.2 


111.4 


116.8 


119.3 




J 


117.4 


112.0 


119.5 


119.2 


124.6 


110.2 


121.4 


118.2 


115.3 


129.3 


115.8 


109.1 


111.5 


119.7 


119.9 




J 


117.9 


112.7 


119.9 


119.5 


125.3 


109.7 


122.0 


118.8 


116.9 


1295 


116.3 


109.3 


111.2 


120.5 


120.5 




A 


118.5 


112.6 


120.8 


120.6 


125.4 


110.3 


122.6 


119.0 


117.3 


130.6 


116 8 


110.1 


111.9 


120.9 


121.2 




S 


118.5 


111.5 


121.4 


120.9 


126.2 


110.6 


121.6 


119.5 


117.7 


133.7 


116.7 


110.3 


112.3 


120.5 


121.3 







119.2 


112.7 


122.2 


121.9 


126.6 


111.1 


121.1 


119.7 


117.9 


136.7 


117.3 


110.7 


112.9 


121.2 


122.1 




N 


119.2 


112.1 


122.3 


122.1 


126 6 


111.4 


121.3 


120.1 


118.0 


137.3 


1173 


112.1 


112.9 


120.5 


122.2 




D 


119.6 


112.5 


122.7 


122.5 


126.9 


111.1 


122.7 


120.0 


117.5 


137.3 


117.7 


112.2 


112.6 


121.3 


122.5 


1984 J 


120.2 


114.6 


123.1 


122.7 


128.1 


109.0 


124.2 


120.3 


116.4 


137.1 


118.6 


112.3 


110.7 


123.4 


122.6 




F 


120.9 


115.9 


123.2 


122.8 


128.6 


111.5 


124.1 


121.0 


117.5 


137.2 


119 6 


112.2 


113.1 


124 4 


123.0 




M 


121.2 


116.8 


123.8 


123.1 


129.0 


112.5 


122.8 


121.3 


117.8 


138.1 


119.9 


112.7 


114.1 


124.5 


123.2 




A 


121.5 


117.2 


124.1 


123.3 


129.6 


112.4 


123.0 


122.7 


118.1 


138.7 


120.2 


113.1 


113.7 


124.8 


123.6 




M 


121.7 


116.8 


124.2 


123.5 


129.6 


112.5 


123 4 


122.9 


119.0 


1396 


120.1 


113.6 


113.7 


124.5 


124.2 




J 


122.2 


118.3 


124.1 


123.6 


129.5 


112.5 


124.8 


122 9 


118.8 


140.1 


120.7 


112.9 


114.0 


125.7 


124.6 




J 


122.9 


119.4 


124.4 


123.8 


130.0 


112.1 


126.1 


123.0 


120.4 


140 6 


121.4 


113.2 


113.5 


127.0 


125.3 
















Al 


items indexes for regional cities 


























(1981 = 100) 


















Charlotte- 




























Year 






town 




Saint 
























and 




St John's 


Summer- 




John 


Quebec 








Thunder 












Vancou- 


month 


Nfld. 


side 


Halifax 


(N.B.) 


City 


Montreal 


Ottawa 


Toronto 


Bay 


Winnipeg 


Regina 


Saskatoon 


Edmonton 


Calgary 


ver 




D 


130464 


130671 


130878 


131085 


131292 


131499 


131707 


131915 


132123 


132331 


132539 


132746 


132953 


133160 


133367 


1982 




110.0 


109.5 


109.6 


109.4 


112.2 


111.6 


109.9 


111.3 


110.4 


108.8 


109.0 


109.0 


110.8 


112.0 


110.5 


1983 




117.5 


115.1 


116.8 


116.8 


118.3 


117.8 


117.3 


118.0 


117.1 


116.1 


116.0 


115.9 


117.2 


117.1 


116.6 


1982 


A 


111.1 


110.8 


110.9 


110.3 


113.7 


113.2 


110.9 


113.0 


111.7 


109 6 


110.0 


109.7 


112.2 


113.8 


112.1 




S 


111.8 


111.3 


111.4 


110.9 


114.9 


114.0 


111.7 


113.4 


112.5 


110.8 


110.2 


109.8 


112.7 


114.6 


112.5 







112.8 


112.2 


112.4 


112.0 


115.4 


114.5 


112.7 


114.2 


113.3 


111.5 


111.7 


111.4 


113.7 


115.0 


113.0 




N 


113.3 


112.8 


113.0 


112.2 


115.9 


115.4 


114.0 


115.1 


114.0 


112.7 


112.0 


111.3 


113.8 


115.4 


113.5 




D 


114.7 


112.6 


113.1 


112.2 


115.8 


115.3 


114.0 


115.4 


114.2 


113.0 


112.1 


111.6 


113.7 


114.7 


113.2 


1983 


J 


114.6 


112.4 


113.4 


111.8 


114.9 


114.5 


113.7 


115.0 


113.9 


111.7 


112.1 


112.2 


114.1 


114.9 


113.6 




F 


115.1 


112.5 


114.2 


112.7 


115.4 


115.0 


114.0 


115.8 


114.2 


112.7 


113.2 


112.8 


114.8 


115.2 


114.2 




M 


116.3 


113.5 


115.3 


114.1 


117.0 


116.2 


115.5 


116.8 


116.2 


114.4 


113.9 


113.5 


115.6 


116.0 


115.0 




A 


116.6 


113.9 


115.9 


114.7 


117.3 


116.4 


115.9 


116.2 


115.8 


115.2 


114.8 


114.3 


116.7 


117.0 


115.6 




M 


116.7 


115.0 


116.4 


117.0 


117.6 


117.0 


115.9 


116.3 


114.2 


116.2 


115.4 


115.5 


117.2 


117.6 


115.6 




J 


116.9 


115.3 


116.7 


117.3 


118.3 


117.8 


117.5 


118.6 


117.4 


116.5 


114.9 


115.9 


117.6 


117.6 


116.3 




J 


117.6 


115.7 


117.5 


118.0 


118.6 


118.1 


117.8 


118.8 


118.1 


117.1 


116.8 


117.1 


118.3 


117.4 


117.6 




A 


118.6 


116.0 


117.7 


118.8 


119.5 


118.9 


118.7 


119.4 


118.8 


117.4 


117.5 


117.7 


118.2 


117.5 


117.9 




S 


118.9 


116.1 


118.0 


119.1 


119.6 


119.1 


118.9 


119.4 


118.6 


117.5 


117.5 


117.4 


118.0 


117.1 


118.1 







119.1 


116.6 


118.4 


119.4 


120.3 


119.9 


119.6 


120.0 


118.8 


117.7 


118.5 


118.2 


118.5 


117.9 


118.3 




N 


119.3 


116.8 


118.7 


119.7 


120.7 


120.1 


119.4 


119.8 


119.2 


118.1 


118.7 


118.0 


118.6 


118.2 


118.4 




D 


119.8 


116.9 


118.8 


119.6 


120.8 


120.3 


120.4 


120.5 


120.0 


118.3 


118.6 


117.9 


118.8 


118.3 


118.5 


1984 J 


120.9 


117.7 


119.5 


120.6 


120.6 


120.3 


120.9 


121.3 


120.8 


118.9 


119.1 


118.5 


119.2 


118.7 


119.0 




F 


121.5 


118.3 


120.2 


121.3 


121.4 


121.4 


121.0 


122.3 


120.8 


118.1 


119.4 


118.9 


119.4 


119.1 


119.7 




M 


121.5 


118.8 


120.3 


121.8 


122.1 


121.9 


122.0 


122.4 


121.5 


118.9 


119.5 


119.0 


119.7 


119.1 


120.1 




A 


121.9 


119.4 


120.8 


122.0 


122.1 


122.4 


122.1 


122.6 


122.4 


119.1 


119.9 


119.4 


119.9 


119.5 


120.5 




M 


122.3 


119.8 


121.2 


122.3 


122.7 


122.4 


122.4 


122.8 


122.3 


119.3 


120.3 


119.8 


119.8 


119.4 


120.9 




J 


122.7 


120.1 


121.4 


122.6 


122.5 


123.0 


122.8 


123.7 


122.1 


120.2 


120.6 


120.4 


119.8 


119.7 


120.8 




J 


123.7 


120.4 


122.5 


123.3 


122.9 


123.5 


123.8 


124.3 


122.9 


121.1 


121.5 


119.9 


121.2 


120.5 


122.0 


'These we 


ghts. provided as a general guide. 


show the relative importance of the major components of the C.P.I. They are basec 


on expenditure values derived from quantities and 


> prices 


of year 1978. 






























* "For further information on the weights 


and methodology associated with 


the Consumer Price 


Index, see 


"The Consumer Price Index 


Reference Paper, Concepts and 


Procedures 


. updating 


Dased on 1978 expenditures." cat. 


62-553. occasional 




















Source: Consumer Prices and Price Indexes (62-010), 


Statistics Canada. 


















63 



Section 5— Table 3 

Table 3: Construction price indexes 



September 1984 





























Machinery 






















Construction union 




and 






Residential building 






Non- residential building 




wage rate 


index 




equipment 








construction 








construction 






(1981 = 


100) 




price 






input 1 








nputs (1971 = 1001 










index 
























Basic 


(1371 = 100> 


Year 






Canada 








Canada 






Basic 


including 
pay sup- 
plements 






and 




















wage 
rate 






month 


Total' 




Materials 1 


Labour' 




Total' 


Materials' 


Labour' 




Total 


D 


610001 




610002 


610003 




4 76601 


476602 




476603 


477450 


477478 




639700 


1982 


258.0 




244.4 


282.5 




279.3 


275.3 




283.7 


109.3 


109.4 




261.8 


1983 


284.8 




267 2 


316.2 




2983 


281.1 




317.4 


122 6 


123.1 




270.1 


1982 A 


261.5 




245.2 


290.7 




2849 


277.6 




2929 


112.7 


112.9 




263.8 


S 


262.1 




2459 


291.1 




2845 


2767 




293.2 


112.9 


113.0 




— 


O 


2628 




2464 


292.0 




2853 


277.2 




294 2 


113.2 


113.3 




— 


N 


267.6 




2499 


299.3 




288 .1 


2779 




299.3 


115.7 


116.1 




266.0 


D 


268.9 




251 9 


299.3 




2882 


278.1 




2993 


115.7 


116.1 




— 


1983 J 


272.9 




258 1 


299.3 




2895 


2806 




299.4 


115.8 


116.2 







F 


273.4 




2590 


2993 




289 7 


2809 




2995 


115.8 


116.2 




267.7 


M 


275.6 




2623 


2993 




290.1 


281 5 




299.5 


115.8 


116.2 




— 


A 


275.8 




262 7 


2993 




2896 


2806 




2995 


115.8 


116.2 




— 


M 


2896 




2706 


323.3 




3030 


2829 




3253 


125.6 


126.1 




269.3 


J 


294.1 




277.7 


3234 




304 


2847 




3254 


125.7 


126.1 




— 


J 


295.9 




2804 


323.6 




3030 


282.3 




325.9 


1258 


126.2 




— 


A 


291.0 




272.7 


323.6 




302 7 


281 8 




3260 


125.8 


126.2 




270.1 


S 


2868 




2659 


324.1 




301 9 


2799 




3262 


125 9 


126.3 




— 





2869 




2659 


324.3 




301 6 


279.2 




3264 


125.9 


126.4 




— 


N 


287.6 




2653 


327.3 




3022 


2789 




3280 


126 9 


127 4 




273.0 


D 


2880 




2660 


327.2 




3023 


279.4 




327.8 


126.7 


127.2 




— 


1984 J 


290.3 




2695 


327.2 




3036 


281.7 




327.8 


126.7 


127.2 







F 


292.8 




273.4 


327.3 




304 2 


282.8 




327.8 


126.7 


127.2 




276.1 


M 


294.1 




2755 


327.3 




3053 


285 .1 




3278 


126.7 


127.2 




— 


A 


294.7 




2765 


327.3 




3058 


285.9 




327 8 


126.7 


127.2 




— 


M 


293.3 




2736 


3284 




3065 


2862 




3290 


126.9 


127.5 




280.6 


J 


291.8 




271.2 


328.4 




308.4 


289.8 




3290 


126.9 


127.5 




— 


J 


291.9 




271.3 


3284 




308 5 


290.1 




329.0 


126.9 


127.5 


















New housing price indexes 


























(1981 = 100) 














Year 






Moncton 






















and 


Canada St 


John's 


Saint John 


Quebec 




















month 


Total 


(Nfld.) 


(N.B.) 


City Montreal 


Ottawa 


Toronto 


London 


Winnipeg 


Saskatoon 


Calgary Edmonton 


Vancouver 


D 


636200 636203 


636209 


636212 


636215 


636218 


636221 


636230 


636245 


636251 


636254 636257 


636260 


1982 


97.9 


99.4 


98.7 


105.9 


107.5 


108.3 


101.4 


102.0 


106.6 


100.3 


101.2 


98.1 


79.0 


1983 


94.7 


996 


102.1 


112.9 


112.0 


117 1 


97.1 


102.9 


109.1 


99.3 


883 


90.5 


75.9 


1982 J 


975 


99.1 


98.2 


105.5 


107.5 


108.0 


102.1 


102.4 


107.1 


100 3 


102.9 


97.2 


75.3 


A 


96.9 


99.1 


98.2 


106.4 


1078 


108.1 


100 6 


102.4 


107.7 


100.3 


102.2 


96.5 


74.7 


S 


960 


99.1 


98.4 


1073 


108 2 


108 2 


100 3 


102.4 


107.7 


99.6 


96.9 


96.2 


74.1 





95.7 


99.1 


97.8 


107.3 


109 3 


109.6 


99.0 


101.5 


107.3 


99.7 


96.1 


95.7 


74.4 


N 


95.1 


99.1 


98.2 


107.7 


108.3 


110.2 


98.3 


101.5 


1073 


99.7 


95.9 


93.3 


73.9 


D 


94.8 


99.1 


98.2 


107.8 


108.2 


110.6 


977 


101.4 


106.3 


99.7 


94.8 


93.1 


73.7 


1983 J 


94.8 


99.1 


98.2 


109.0 


108 8 


110.8 


97.8 


101.4 


106.2 


99.3 


93.2 


93.8 


74.2 


F 


94.7 


99.1 


98.1 


109 8 


107.8 


112.6 


97.4 


101.4 


106 3 


98.9 


93.2 


91.6 


75.2 


M 


94.6 


99.1 


98.1 


1098 


1079 


113.6 


97.3 


101.7 


106 3 


990 


92.2 


91.4 


75.7 


A 


94.5 


99.1 


101.1 


110.0 


108.1 


115.6 


969 


101.0 


107.8 


100.9 


90.4 


91.1 


75.9 


M 


94.3 


99.1 


101.1 


112.1 


110.1 


116.0 


96.7 


102.2 


108.1 


100.6 


87.7 


90.3 


76.1 


J 


94.5 


983 


101.5 


113.0 


111.6 


116.0 


97.2 


102 9 


108.1 


100.6 


87.5 


90.3 


76.0 


J 


94.6 


982 


103 


113.6 


112.3 


116.0 


969 


104.0 


110.7 


986 


87.4 


90.2 


76.2 


A 


94.9 


100 7 


104 3 


115.1 


113.9 


118.6 


97.1 


104.3 


110.7 


98.6 


87.2 


89.1 


76.2 


S 


94.9 


100.7 


104.7 


115.5 


114.9 


118.9 


969 


104.5 


111.4 


98.6 


86.5 


89.1 


76.2 


O 


948 


100.8 


104.7 


115.7 


115.3 


121.2 


97.0 


104.0 


111.4 


98.7 


85.5 


889 


76.4 


N 


95.1 


100 8 


104 9 


115.9 


116.3 


123 


97.0 


103.6 


111.4 


98.7 


85.3 


89.9 


76.4 


D 


948 


100.5 


106.1 


115.9 


116.7 


123.2 


97.0 


103.6 


111.4 


98.7 


83.3 


89.9 


76.4 


1984 J 


94.9 


100.5 


106.1 


116.0 


117.0 


123.6 


97 1 


103.8 


111.4 


98.7 


83.0 


88.8 


76.5 


F 


95.1 


100 8 


110.8 


116.9 


118.3 


125 9 


969 


106.6 


112.0 


97.9 


82.6 


88.3 


76.5 


M 


95.3 


101.4 


112.9 


116.9 


118.5 


126 2 


97.2 


107.2 


113.2 


97.9 


822 


879 


76.8 


A 


955 


101.4 


112.9 


117.2 


118.6 


128.6 


97.4 


108 


113.1 


98.1 


82.5 


87.9 


76.9 


M 


95.5 


102.3 


112.9 


117.6 


118.7 


129.3 


977 


108.0 


113.4 


989 


82.7 


86.1 


76.9 


J 


953 


103.4 


112.9 


118.1 


118.7 


1288 


97.7 


108.0 


113.4 


98.9 


81.4 


85.2 


76.9 



'These series will be terminated in December 1984 For turther information please contact Bernard Lebrun, Prices Division, Statistics Canada. (613) 990-9608 
Source: Construction Price Statistics. Monthly Bulletin (62-007), Statistics Canada. 



64 



September 1984 

r able 4: Raw materials price indexes (1977 = 100) 



Section 5— Table 4 





Total 




















ear 

nd 






Vegetable 


Animals and 
Animal 






Ferrous 


Non-terrous 


Non-metallic 


Coal. Crude 


Raw 


Raw material 


Oil, Natural 


K>nth 


material 


excl. fuels 


products 


products 


Textile 


Wood 


materials 


metals 


mineral 


Gas 


D 


636000 


636141 


636001 


636031 


636061 


636071 


636081 


636091 


636111 


636131 


982 


199.9 


148.2 


121.3 


162.4 


142.5 


140.7 


133.8 


153.3 


176.6 


279.5 


983 


210.4 


151.9 


129.2 


158.7 


141.6 


144.0 


1360 


177.8 


183.6 


300.6 


982 A 


202.3 


146.9 


116.6 


165.0 


145.1 


138.6 


134.1 


142.3 


178.9 


287.6 


S 


202.7 


147.2 


110.3 


165.0 


143.4 


138.8 


1340 


157.6 


178.5 


288.3 





200.9 


144.0 


105.0 


159.9 


1397 


139.1 


1325 


157.4 


177.9 


288.7 


N 


200.7 


142.7 


108.6 


157.1 


139 


137.8 


129 


152.8 


177.6 


290.0 


D 


201 8 


144.0 


108.9 


158.7 


140.0 


137.3 


130.7 


158.5 


177.5 


291.1 


983 J 


206.7 


146.0 


112.5 


157.8 


138.9 


139.5 


127.1 


170.1 


182.7 


300 1 


F 


208.9 


149.1 


116.3 


160.5 


137.6 


140 2 


129 9 


180 5 


183.3 


300.9 


M 


208.3 


148.9 


116.8 


162.2 


137.9 


1407 


134.1 


167.6 


183.3 


2998 


A 


211.2 


153.2 


121.0 


166.1 


139 


145.3 


135.7 


176.4 


185.4 


3007 


M 


211.3 


153.9 


126.4 


163 4 


140.5 


145.8 


135.6 


181.2 


185.2 


299.7 


J 


210.8 


152.3 


130.4 


159.6 


139.0 


145.2 


135.9 


173.5 


184.6 


301.0 


J 


210.2 


151.5 


131.3 


154.7 


140.4 


1462 


135.8 


181.3 


183.3 


3008 


A 


212.3 


155.1 


145.0 


156.1 


141.7 


145.2 


136.1 


185.2 


183.2 


300.4 


S 


211.1 


153.1 


137.5 


155.7 


143.6 


145.1 


138.1 


181.6 


182.6 


300.4 





211.3 


152.7 


139.6 


154.1 


1445 


145.2 


139.4 


178.4 


182.6 


301.5 


N 


210.8 


152 8 


138.0 


155.0 


148.1 


144.8 


141.6 


176.7 


183.6 


300.2 


D 


212.3 


154.3 


135.0 


159.5 


147.7 


144.7 


142.8 


180 5 


183.9 


301.6 


984 J 


214.2 


157.6 


141.7 


163.1 


149.6 


148.8 


1465 


174.6 


186.7 


301 4 


F 


215.8 


160.4 


145.3 


165.5 


150.6 


151.7 


147.9 


179.7 


187.2 


301.2 


M 


217.9 


164.3 


153.7 


167.9 


154.6 


152.5 


150.5 


188.0 


189.0 


300.5 


A 


218.4 


164.8 


151.3 


1700 


155.5 


153.1 


150.8 


186.3 


192.2 


301 1 


M 


217.9 


163.8 


146.9 


170.4 


154.0 


153.6 


151.5 


183.0 


192.4 


301.2 


J 


217.5 


162 5 


146.3 


167.1 


153.9 


155.4 


151 8 


180.4 


191.9 


302.1 


J 


217.4 


162.5 


145.7 


171.8 


152.8 


151.4 


150.9 


171.6 


191 8 


301.9 



dexes are subject to revision 

ource: Industry Price Indexes (62-011), Statistics Canada. 



65 



Section 6 ■ Manufacturing 

1. Total Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing 

2. Manufacturing Shipments by Industry 

3. Manufacturing Inventories by Industry 

4. Estimated Value of Shipments and Unfilled Orders by Economic Use Classification 

5. Estimated Value of Inventories Owned and Raw Materials by Economic Use Classification 

6. Estimated Value of Goods in Process and finished Products by Economic Use Classification 

7. Tobacco and Beverages 

8. Rubber 

9. Footwear 

10. Production of Sawn Lumber 

1 1. Pulpwood, Wood Pulp and Newsprint 

12. Primary Iron and Steel 

13. New Motor Vehicles 

14. Production of Motor Vehicles in Canada 

15. Refrigerators, Freezers, Washing Machines and Clothes Dryers 



67 



Section 6— Table 1 

Table 1: Total inventories, shipments and orders in manufacturing based on the 1970 
standard industrial classification (million dollars) 1 



September 1984 





Shipments' 


New orders 

received 
during month 1 








Inventory at 


snd ol month 










Unfilled 

orders at 

end of month 


Owned 4 


Held but 
not owned 




All inventory 


held 




Ratio ol 


average 
and month 


Total 


Raw 
materials 


Goods 
in process 


Finished 
products 


owned 
to shipments 


D 




310000 
310030 


310060 
310083 


310106 
310129 


310336 
310359 


310382 
310389 


310152 
310175 


310198 
310221 


310244 
310267 


310290 
310313 


310530 
310531 


1982 
1983 


15.286.0 
16,630.0 


15,073.9 

17.024 6 


16,752.0 
17,569 4 


33,795.3 
30.3439 


1,433.7 
1 ,402.7 


35,229.0 
31,746 6 


13,518.4 
12,524 8 


9.644.1 
8.003.2 


12,066.5 
11,218.6 


2.22 
1 84 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


14,038 4 


13.753.3 


16,760 8 


33,852.2 


1 ,489.4 


35.341.7 


13,462.4 


9,756.9 


12.122.4 


2.41 


A 


15,208.2 


14,795.1 


16,347.8 


33,540.5 


1 ,432.2 


34,972.8 


13.231 7 


9.727.8 


12,013.2 


2.21 


S 


16.186.1 


15,778.1 


15,939.7 


33,111.3 


1,416.7 


34,528.1 


13,038.6 


9.689.8 


11.799.6 


2.05 


O 


15,256 1 


14,866.2 


15,549.8 


32,6589 


1 ,479.2 


34,138.1 


12,795.5 


9,7707 


11,571.9 


214 


N 


15.288 5 


15,570.9 


15,832.2 


32,290.3 


1,435.9 


33,7262 


12,740.0 


9,540.6 


11.445.5 


2.11 


D 


14.311.3 


13,8374 


15.358.3 


30,413.1 


1.462.4 


31,875.6 


12,727.3 


7,989.2 


11,158.9 


2.13 


1983 J 


13,874.3 


14.320.3 


15,804.3 


30,799.2 


1,451.6 


32,250.8 


12,809.8 


8,062.7 


1 1 ,378.3 


2.22 


F 


14,578.9 


14,930.9 


16.156.3 


30,900.2 


1 ,462.9 


32,363.2 


12,606.6 


8,113.8 


1 1 .642.7 


2.12 


M 


16,906.1 


16,881.0 


16,131.1 


30.901.6 


1,403.7 


32,305.4 


12,489.5 


8,1144 


11,701.4 


1.83 


A 


15,819.7 


16.028.0 


16.339.5 


30,806.6 


1 .402.5 


32,209.1 


12,600.9 


8,050.9 


11,557.2 


1.95 


M 


17.122.6 


17,147.8 


16,364.7 


30,137.8 


1,457.4 


31,595.2 


12,384.7 


7,902.4 


11,308 


1.76 


J 


18,199.3 


17,960.8 


16,126.2 


29,678.4 


1,442.3 


31,120 8 


12,220.1 


7,771 2 


11,129.4 


1.63 


J 


15,247.9 


15.3309 


16.209.2 


29,487.4 


1 ,459.8 


30,947.3 


12,372.1 


7,755.2 


10,819.9 


1.93 


A 


16,537.4 


17,021.1 


16.6929 


29,91 1 4 


1.450.6 


31,362.1 


12,453.8 


8.003.2 


10,905.0 


1.81 


S 


18.1179 


21 ,730.7 


20.305.8 


30,0983 


1,483 7 


31,582.1 


12,444.5 


8,142.0 


10,995.5 


1.66 


O 


18,177.6 


18.1582 


20.2863 


30,269.4 


1.349.8 


31,619.3 


12,551.5 


8,045.4 


1 1 ,022.3 


1.67 


N 


18,346.3 


18,3842 


20.324.2 


30,473.8 


1.294.3 


31,768.2 


12,605.9 


8,096.5 


11.065.7 


1.66 


D 


16,632.2 


16,4008 


20.092.8 


30,662.5 


1.173.5 


31.836.1 


12,758.2 


7,980.6 


11,097.2 


1.84 


1984 J 


17,026.7 


17.676.4 


20,7427 


31.313.1 


1,140.2 


32.453.3 


12,936.8 


8,175.7 


1 1 .340.9 


1 84 


F 


17,510.3 


17,785.2 


21,0176 


31.692.5 


1.144.0 


32.836.5 


12,917.8 


8,288.2 


11,630.5 


1.81 


M 


19,5890 


19,830.0 


21,258 6 


32,161.5 


1,103.1 


33,2646 


13,086 6 


8,361 .2 


11,816.8 


1.64 


A 


18,264.1 


18,482.0 


21 ,476.6 


32.471.3 


1,115.0 


33.586.3 


13,432.1 


8.258.4 


11,895.8 


1.78 


M 


19,851.8 


20,403.9 


22,028.6 


32,610.4 


1 .025.5 


33.635.9 


13,604.9 


8.225.3 


11,805.7 


1.64 


J 


20,131.0 


20,469.1 


22,366.7 


32,510.2 


1 .039.2 


33.549.4 


13,570.0 


8,119.5 


11,859.9 


1.61 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

MOD. 2 



1982 J 


15.1634 


14,8188 


16,771.0 


34,133.2 


1 ,458.2 


35,591.4 


13,482.3 


9,883.5 


12,225.6 


2.25 


A 


16.082 4 


15,661.6 


16,350.2 


33,605.6 


1 ,399.3 


35.0049 


13,1696 


9,696.0 


12,139.3 


2.09 


S 


15,225.5 


14,8466 


15,971 3 


33,395.5 


1 ,403.3 


34,7988 


13.072.0 


9,652.9 


12,073.9 


2.19 


O 


14,704.0 


14.442.2 


15,709.5 


33,070.0 


1 .442.9 


34,512.9 


12,836.4 


9,694.8 


11,981.7 


2.25 


N 


14,843.3 


15,171.9 


16,038.1 


32,7000 


1 .408.0 


34,108.0 


12,773.7 


9,499.1 


11,835.2 


2.20 


D 


14,982.1 


14.706.6 


15,762 6 


30.811.1 


1 ,502.3 


32,313.4 


12,618.9 


8,171.2 


11.523.3 


2.06 


1983 J 


15,558.4 


15,606.6 


15,810.8 


30,629.9 


1 .484.9 


32,114.8 


12,701.3 


8,045.1 


1 1 .368.4 


1.97 


F 


15,528.8 


15.634 6 


15,916.6 


30,557.4 


1 ,466.8 


32,024.2 


12,581.6 


8,016.0 


1 1 .426.6 


1.97 


M 


15,563.7 


15,550.8 


15.903.7 


30,415.8 


1 ,430.5 


31,846.3 


12,444.9 


8.071.7 


11.329.7 


1.95 


A 


15,958 5 


16,082.8 


16.028.0 


30.322.3 


1 .422.7 


31,745.0 


12.635.8 


7,973.3 


11.135.9 


1.90 


M 


16.453.7 


16.645.7 


16,2200 


29.857.1 


1 .458.9 


31,316.0 


12,441.3 


7,895.2 


10,979.5 


1.81 


J 


16,611.8 


16,609 6 


16.217.8 


29.576.0 


1.441.9 


31,0179 


12,317.4 


7,806.5 


10,894.0 


1.78 


J 


16,864.0 


16,862.0 


16,215.8 


29,743.3 


1.431.4 


31,174.7 


12,395.8 


7,842.0 


10,936.9 


1.76 


A 


16,980 


17,495.1 


16,730.9 


30.0289 


1.417.6 


31,446.5 


12,407.1 


7.994.0 


11,045.4 


1.77 


S 


17,243.8 


20,895.1 


20,3822 


30.4151 


1 ,473.2 


31,888.3 


12,494.4 


8.130.1 


11,263.8 


1.76 


O 


17,482.3 


17,528.2 


20,428.1 


30.682.1 


1 ,320.6 


32,002.7 


12.598.9 


7,998.7 


11,405.1 


1.76 


N 


17,689.1 


17,802.2 


20,541.2 


30.8856 


1,274.0 


32,159 6 


12,644.2 


8,080.9 


11,434.5 


1.75 


D 


17,996.1 


17.954.9 


20,500.0 


31,095.4 


1 ,204.8 


32,300.2 


12,667.6 


8,170.3 


1 1 .462.3 


1.73 


1984 J 


18,880.9 


19,102.1 


20.722.1 


31,161 7 


1,167.3 


32,329.0 


12,828.3 


8,169.4 


11.331.3 


1.65 


F 


17,786 6 


17,702 3 


20,637.8 


31,354.6 


1,145.8 


32,5004 


12,889.9 


8,199.6 


11,410.9 


1.76 


M 


18,353.8 


18,680.4 


20,964.4 


31,682.9 


1,123.1 


32,8060 


13,033.1 


8,329.6 


11,443.3 


1.73 


A 


18,465.6 


18,631.4 


21,130.2 


31,971.6 


1,134.8 


33,106.4 


13,463.7 


8,186.1 


1 1 ,456.6 


1.73 


M 


18,483 6 


19,291.2 


21,937.8 


32,317.1 


1.029.2 


33,346.3 


13,663.6 


8,226.7 


1 1 ,456.0 


1.75 


J 


18,743.8 


19,386 


22,5800 


32,408.7 


1.040.8 


33,449.5 


13,678.0 


8.165.6 


1 1 ,605.9 


1.73 



'Estimates ot manufacturers' shipments, inventories and orders are based on a monthly survey ot a sample ot manufacturing establishments, benchmarked to the annual census ol 
manufacturers 'Shipments of goods manufactured within the establishments 'Total new orders received during the period at estimated selling value, net of cancellations 'Total 
manufacturing inventory owned by manufacturing establishments Other inventory such as that of goods purchased for resale is not included 
Note All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 
Source: Inventories, Shipments end Orders In Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



68 



September 1984 

Table 2: Manufacturing shipments 1 


by industry 


based on 


the 


1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 


Section 


6— Table 2 


Annual 
average 
and month 




Total 

shipments 


Non- 
durable 


Durable 


Foods and 
beverages 




Tobacco 
products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textile 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


D 
D 




310000 
310030 


310021 
310051 


310022 
310052 


310001 
310031 




310002 
310032 


310003 
310033 


310004 
310034 


310005 
310035 


310006 
310036 


310007 
310037 


310008 
310038 


1982 
1983 




15,286.0 
16,630.0 


9,022.5 
9,616.1 


6,263.5 
7,013.9 


2,760.8 
2,842.6 




124.3 
126.1 


355.2 
398.0 


88.7 
98.7 


363.7 
436.5 


79.6 
87.7 


314.6 
338.4 


593.6 
797.3 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


14,038.4 


8,639.2 


5.399.2 


2,822.7 


103.1 


327.0 


864 


283.5 


73.8 


305.7 


551.1 


A 


15,208.2 


9,213.1 


5,995.0 


2,876.2 


159.4 


344.5 


115.2 


314.2 


93.1 


385.7 


596.7 


S 


16,186.1 


9,502.5 


6,683.5 


2,967.8 


106.2 


390.3 


127.1 


396.4 


100.3 


381.1 


610.1 


O 


15,256.1 


9,325.2 


5,930.9 


2,863.7 


106.8 


374.3 


100.8 


392.8 


93.4 


347.4 


594.1 


N 


15,288.5 


9,346.2 


5,942.2 


2,860.6 


138.7 


371.7 


83.9 


390.9 


92.6 


326.5 


610.2 


D 


14,311.3 


8,879.6 


5,431.7 


2,754.9 


158.2 


296.4 


64.1 


365.0 


63.6 


235.0 


575.4 


1983 J 


13,874.3 


8,296.9 


5,577.3 


2,444.2 


86.0 


305.5 


70.0 


374.9 


73.8 


291.5 


597.5 


F 


14,578.9 


8.683.9 


5,894.9 


2,608.7 


112.0 


352.8 


88.2 


402.4 


81.3 


3584 


671.0 


M 


16,906.1 


9,732.1 


7,174.0 


2,860.8 


140.7 


419.2 


92.9 


470.2 


93.0 


375.2 


785.7 


A 


15,819.7 


9,093.6 


6,726.1 


2,703.6 


114.0 


393.6 


76.5 


449.1 


78.1 


288.3 


773.1 


M 


17,122.6 


9,724.8 


7,397.8 


2,897.9 


96.8 


407.2 


81.8 


452.7 


78.4 


264.4 


866.2 


J 


18,199.3 


10,251.2 


7,948.0 


3,072.9 


157.5 


437.5 


98.3 


489.4 


94.1 


327.0 


989.5 


J 


15,247.9 


9,115.8 


6,132.1 


2,780.3 


104.5 


356.8 


92.9 


326.2 


80.2 


328.3 


863.2 


A 


16,537.4 


9,983.5 


6,553.8 


2,947.3 


173.1 


393.1 


130.9 


404.2 


104.7 


403.4 


845.9 


S 


18,117.9 


10,361.5 


7,756.4 


3,031.1 


111.4 


446.9 


139 8 


474.1 


104.7 


418.4 


837.6 


O 


18,177.6 


10,261.6 


7,916.0 


2,885.6 


101.4 


445.2 


121.0 


486.6 


97.3 


388.7 


8262 


N 


18,346.3 


10,259.4 


8,086.8 


2,991.5 


143.4 


450.4 


110.9 


475.8 


994 


360.6 


798.6 


D 


16,632.2 


9,628.9 


7.003.3 


2,886.8 


172.1 


367.5 


81.5 


432.2 


67.8 


256.7 


713.7 


1984 J 


17,026.7 


9,336.7 


7.689.9 


2,579.8 


68.9 


407.8 


88.9 


4329 


77.4 


314.6 


725.8 


F 


17,510.3 


9,688.0 


7,822.3 


2,789.0 


123.6 


4409 


105.7 


461 7 


87.5 


374.9 


769.3 


M 


19,589.0 


10,587.8 


9,001.2 


2,988.7 


178.9 


477.7 


106 9 


519.1 


900 


384.7 


817.7 


A 


18,264.1 


9,958.9 


8,305.2 


2,860.5 


98.7 


467.4 


89.6 


4809 


80.5 


319.6 


831.5 


M 


19,851.8 


10,961.6 


8,890.2 


3.174.1 


126.5 


507.8 


95.1 


5000 


87.9 


299.5 


884.0 


J 


20,131.0 


10,947.0 


9,183.9 


3,278.3 


195.2 


507.3 


101.2 


501.7 


95.1 


349.1 


910.4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 2 



1982 J 


15,163.4 


8,994.1 


6,169.3 


2,796.0 


114.8 


355.6 


94.3 


372.4 


77.3 


310.8 


581.9 


A 


16,082.4 


9,266.7 


6,815.7 


2,833.6 


167.2 


367.3 


93.7 


353.7 


83.2 


325.4 


592.1 


S 


15,225.5 


8,990.9 


6,234.6 


2,770.2 


112.0 


359.2 


96.4 


367.8 


82.8 


307.6 


597.4 


O 


14,704.0 


8,965.7 


5,738.3 


2,776.2 


114.3 


357.7 


87.1 


363.0 


82.8 


310.8 


597.1 


N 


14,843.3 


9,041.2 


5,802.1 


2,771.8 


129.0 


354.1 


83.2 


376.7 


84.4 


319.3 


632.4 


D 


14,982.1 


9,050.6 


5,931.5 


2,790.6 


119.4 


3486 


84.4 


386.9 


82.5 


320.4 


663.0 


1983 J 


15,558.4 


9,151.5 


6,406.9 


2,8044 


107.0 


353.8 


83.9 


415.2 


85.4 


322.4 


696.5 


F 


15,528.8 


9,239.0 


6,289.8 


2,871.3 


119.3 


3629 


89.9 


413.4 


87.1 


331.1 


727.7 


M 


15,563.7 


9,273.5 


6,290.2 


2,825.0 


117.5 


379.1 


88.3 


412.0 


88.5 


339.7 


710.5 


A 


15,958.5 


9,411.8 


6,546.7 


2,814.5 


127.9 


392.3 


92.0 


428.0 


90.1 


338.6 


754.4 


M 


16.453.7 


9,579.3 


6,874.4 


2,817.9 


107.8 


384.2 


95.6 


435.1 


88.2 


339.0 


775.0 


J 


16,611.8 


9,676.3 


6,935.5 


2,868.6 


136.9 


393.8 


93.9 


442.0 


84.6 


327.8 


828.1 


J 


16.864.0 


9,707.2 


7,156.8 


2,802.9 


120.6 


399.3 


103.8 


435.5 


85.4 


344.8 


937.9 


A 


16,980.0 


9,855.3 


7,124.7 


2.848.5 


171.9 


408.7 


102.7 


445.5 


91.5 


333.0 


833.6 


S 


17,243.8 


9,846.3 


7,397.5 


2,829.6 


120.6 


418.1 


106.6 


448.4 


87.4 


340.1 


834.4 


O 


17,482.3 


9,861.8 


7,620.5 


2,816.5 


105.3 


418.1 


105.4 


447.4 


86.5 


342.3 


829.0 


N 


17,689.1 


9,904.5 


7,784.6 


2,885.2 


134.7 


430.4 


107.8 


453.6 


89.0 


355.2 


822.7 


D 


17,996.1 


9.985.2 


8,010.9 


2,965.4 


134.4 


436.4 


111.2 


465.8 


90.6 


353.1 


832.2 


1984 J 


18,880.9 


10,163.2 


8.717.7 


2,928.1 


87.5 


467.8 


104.2 


478.8 


88.0 


344.1 


829.6 


F 


17,786.6 


9.894.5 


7,892.1 


2,949.0 


125.2 


436.2 


102.2 


452.2 


893 


333.2 


802.0 


M 


18,353.8 


10,258.3 


8,095.5 


2.984.6 


148.5 


444.0 


105.4 


464.2 


88.3 


354.8 


764.3 


A 


18,465.6 


10,394.2 


8.071.4 


3,009.0 


109.0 


465.0 


109.4 


457.9 


92.4 


374.9 


802.8 


M 


18,483.6 


10,532.1 


7,951.5 


3,016.0 


138.9 


465.5 


106.3 


466.7 


95.9 


375.4 


765.1 


J 


18,743.8 


10,504.3 


8,239.5 


3,101.9 


175.0 


471.1 


100.5 


466.0 


88.8 


359.4 


791.3 



'Estimates of manufacturers' shipments are based on a monthly survey of a sample of manufacturing establishments, benchmarked to the annual census of manufacturers 
Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 



69 



Section 6— Table 2/Concluded 



September 1984 



Table 2: Manufacturing shipments' by industry based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) /concluded 



Annual 
average 
and month 


Furniture 

and 

fixtures 


Paper 

& allied 

industries 


Printing 
publishing 

& allied 
industries 


Primary 
metal 


Metal 

fabricating 

(ex machy. 

& transp 

equip ) 


Machinery 


Trans- 
portation 
equipment 


Electrical 
products 


Non- 
metallic 
mineral 
products 


Petroleum 
and coal 
products 


Chemical 

& chemical 

products 


Misc. 
mfgrg 


D 

D 


310009 
310039 


310010 
310040 


310011 
310041 


310012 
310042 


310013 
310043 


310014 

310044 


310015 
310045 


310016 
310046 


310017 
310047 


310018 
310048 


310019 
310049 


310020 
310050 


1982 
1983 


194 2 
2274 


1,219.9 
1,286.1 


546.9 
581 6 


976 7 
1,097.8 


940.6 
932.4 


619.0 
557 9 


1,876.4 
2,3090 


706.3 
7078 


356.3 
3838 


1,781.4 
1 ,867.4 


1,064.5 
1.197.6 


322.4 
354.9 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


1527 


1,131.2 


476.8 


809 9 


819.5 


553.7 


1,547.8 


5936 


370 7 


1,784.8 


9496 


294.0 


A 


183.1 


1.167.6 


513.1 


9308 


8953 


4798 


1,867.7 


611.6 


4296 


1 ,886.0 


1,031.9 


325.8 


S 


211.7 


1.188.1 


569.5 


9896 


1,000.9 


605.5 


2,069.5 


770.1 


4258 


1.787.4 


1,110.0 


377.7 


O 


204 9 


1.167.9 


581.6 


938 1 


9274 


534.2 


1.574.3 


744 1 


413.3 


1.867.7 


1 ,058.4 


369.9 


N 


2126 


1.171.6 


5835 


916.3 


931 6 


5468 


1 .626.3 


723.1 


375.0 


1.912.7 


1,064.4 


348.6 


D 


186.9 


1.124.3 


549.2 


7038 


971 4 


5668 


1.427.6 


721.9 


277.6 


1,987.5 


973.0 


307.8 


1983 J 


178.8 


1.093.0 


4873 


865.3 


750.3 


420.4 


1.907 7 


601.6 


255.5 


1 ,730.6 


1 .048.7 


290.7 


F 


2042 


1,104.8 


5204 


874 1 


796.6 


507.4 


1,941.2 


6240 


276.1 


1,666.0 


1,064.4 


324.0 


M 


245.1 


1,279.3 


609.1 


1 .061 .3 


1,055.0 


6167 


2,341.4 


744.1 


324 2 


1 .763.6 


1,240.1 


387.4 


A 


214.9 


1,213.2 


573.3 


1,092.1 


870.0 


515.0 


2,227.9 


6809 


351 9 


1,633.7 


1,213.0 


356.6 


M 


216.9 


1.271.1 


590.4 


1,177.2 


891.5 


558.2 


2,578.4 


683 1 


425.9 


1,879.1 


1,360.1 


344.4 


J 


238.3 


1.400 7 


589.6 


1,179.3 


989.7 


653.1 


2,654.7 


763.8 


479.3 


1,890.5 


1,313.9 


379.3 


J 


184.3 


1.208.0 


494.0 


972.0 


821.5 


4846 


1 .768.8 


6230 


414.3 


1 ,949.3 


1.083.9 


310.8 


A 


237.5 


1 .340.9 


575.4 


1,101.0 


969.8 


481.1 


1 ,798.6 


651.4 


468.2 


1,963.8 


1,180.6 


365.5 


S 


265.1 


1.399 1 


630.5 


1,227.3 


1.053.7 


589.2 


2,5148 


7999 


468.6 


1,932.2 


1,271.3 


401.4 


O 


2520 


1.399 1 


6439 


1 ,246.5 


1 .033.8 


553.7 


2,777.1 


778.0 


448.4 


2.063.2 


1 ,235.0 


393.9 


N 


268.3 


1,354.2 


662.5 


1.280.1 


1.052.1 


643.7 


2,886.9 


754.1 


402.6 


1 ,963.8 


1,257.1 


389.3 


D 


2237 


1,369.7 


6029 


1,097.3 


9054 


671.7 


2,310.0 


790.1 


291.1 


1.972.8 


1,102.8 


315.4 


1984 J 


2233 


1,358.0 


5559 


1,270.7 


8766 


524.2 


3.094.7 


681.9 


292.7 


1.986.8 


1.161.3 


304.6 


F 


2456 


1.303.3 


609.1 


1,260.5 


929.5 


6100 


2,988.4 


699.3 


319.8 


1 ,856.9 


1,204.4 


330.9 


M 


258.6 


1,370 4 


651.4 


1,404.8 


1,152.0 


707.3 


3,504.9 


799.1 


3569 


2.088.6 


1 ,363.2 


368.2 


A 


236.5 


1,349 5 


641 2 


1,318.4 


956.4 


679.8 


3,1674 


724.3 


391 


1 ,906.6 


1 ,328.7 


335.7 


M 


251.4 


1 .635.5 


687.4 


1 ,483.6 


1 ,032.6 


6948 


3,3143 


753.0 


4764 


1,982.0 


1,510.9 


354.8 


J 


250.2 


1.619.3 


650.0 


1,395.3 


1,106.0 


768.8 


3,378.5 


8683 


506.5 


1,848.5 


1 ,432.8 


368.4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

MC.D. 3 3 



1982 J 


186.4 


1.215.0 


5498 


9347 


9000 


595.1 


1,943.6 


682.8 


3448 


1.735.3 


1,047.8 


325.0 


A 


190 5 


1,197.4 


545.3 


1,010.9 


920 1 


578.2 


2,464.9 


692.8 


3662 


1,889.4 


1,088.3 


322.2 


S 


186.1 


1.183.3 


537.3 


966.1 


902.3 


591.6 


1,943.2 


693.9 


3540 


1.780.7 


1,071.5 


322.1 


O 


193.6 


1,156.5 


542.7 


9525 


8846 


563.0 


1 .487.9 


704.6 


355.0 


1 ,772.8 


1.076.5 


325.3 


N 


1985 


1,167.1 


5447 


917.8 


905.8 


550.7 


1 .545.0 


6996 


3523 


1,803.6 


1,083.3 


324.0 


D 


206.1 


1.152.8 


555.4 


802.7 


955.6 


542.7 


1.710.0 


695.4 


356.0 


1 .803.5 


1.065.6 


340.5 


1983 J 


210.3 


1,156.7 


549.9 


878.6 


880.9 


493.8 


2,189.9 


687.8 


369.1 


1 ,785.2 


1.137.4 


350.2 


F 


210.7 


1.144.5 


554.2 


881.1 


869 1 


506.4 


2,069.1 


6487 


377.0 


1 ,782.4 


1.127.4 


355.5 


M 


215.8 


1,167.4 


558.0 


930.2 


922.6 


502.6 


1 ,962.5 


6694 


376.6 


1,796.6 


1,144.0 


357.4 


A 


216.0 


1 ,203.9 


559.9 


1 ,059.4 


910.7 


499.0 


2,0327 


687.5 


387.0 


1.830.1 


1,163.7 


370.8 


M 


213.7 


1,241.6 


5697 


1,073.4 


9087 


533.7 


2,281 .2 


707.7 


381 


1 .937.9 


1,202.6 


359.7 


J 


218.7 


1,311.1 


576.6 


1,079.9 


920.6 


605.6 


2,195.4 


698.1 


389 1 


1.892.0 


1,190.0 


359.0 


J 


2328 


1.335.6 


577.8 


1.157.0 


928.6 


529.4 


2,256.5 


719.7 


3949 


1 .933.8 


1,219.0 


3487 


A 


238 1 


1,356.3 


600.3 


1.161.6 


9594 


571.8 


2.250.9 


718.7 


390.6 


1 ,924.0 


1.216.0 


356.9 


S 


237.4 


1,391.6 


601 9 


1.215.8 


974.5 


576.1 


2.435.2 


732.9 


391.2 


1,921.7 


1 ,233.4 


346.9 


O 


236.2 


1.381.3 


603.0 


1 ,253.9 


978.3 


586.3 


2.624.4 


729.3 


383.1 


1.952.2 


1,255.3 


348.5 


N 


2484 


1 .354.3 


610.0 


1.284 4 


1.005.9 


642.7 


2,678.5 


723.4 


378.6 


1,856.2 


1,271.7 


356.4 


D 


251.0 


1 .406.9 


6178 


1.277.0 


914.0 


655.4 


2.925.8 


772.8 


382.7 


1,816.1 


1,235.7 


351.8 


1984 J 


260.1 


1,421.4 


6180 


1,279.5 


1.014.2 


6045 


3,530.4 


786.4 


413.0 


2,028.2 


1,236.4 


360.7 


F 


241 6 


1 ,304.3 


621.2 


1.216.9 


961.3 


584.1 


2,978.6 


6893 


418.3 


1,912.6 


1 ,220.0 


349.1 


M 


234.4 


1,264.0 


612.1 


1 ,262.3 


1 .046.5 


591.5 


3,045.6 


724.9 


426.0 


2,153.5 


1 .290.3 


348.6 


A 


2393 


1,351.9 


631 5 


1,275.9 


1,004.5 


657.9 


2,928.7 


734.7 


427.6 


2,162.3 


1,279.2 


351.7 


M 


237.7 


1,559.0 


645.5 


1 .305.3 


1 ,008.0 


647.8 


2,799.2 


771.7 


416.7 


1,999.6 


1,303.0 


3603 


J 


2379 


1,542.2 


648 1 


1,321.6 


1.073.8 


734.3 


2,858.6 


799.6 


422.4 


1 ,869.6 


1 .325.9 


355.8 



'Estimates of manufacturers' shipments are based on a monthly survey of a sample of manufacturing establishments benchmarked to the annual Census of Manufactures. 
Note All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 
Source: Inventories, Shipments end Orders In Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



70 



September 1984 

Table 3: Manufacturing inventories 1 by industry based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 



Section 6— Table 3 



Annual 
average 
and month 


Total 

inventories 

owned 


Non- 
durables 


Durables 


Foods and 
beverages 


Tobacco 
products 


Rubber 


Leather 


Textile 


Knitting 
mills 


Clothing 


Wood 


D 

D 


310336 
310359 


310357 
310380 


310358 
310381 


310337 
310360 


310338 
310361 


310339 
310362 


310340 
310363 


310341 
310364 


310342 
310365 


310343 
310366 


310344 
310367 


1982 
1983 


33,795.3 
30,343.9 


16,580.9 
15,870.7 


17,214.4 
14,473.2 


3,678.8 
3,705.5 


606.1 
646.3 


791.9 
769.7 


242.1 
242.9 


919.6 
870.3 


201.3 
1882 


778.4 

751.7 


1 ,470.3 
1,437.7 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 
A 
S 

o 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 1 1 



33,852.2 


16,515.6 


17,336.5 


3,609.7 


33,540.5 


16,404.0 


17,136.4 


3,697.5 


33,111.3 


16,253.3 


16,858.0 


3,765.7 


32,658.9 


16,004.8 


16,654.0 


3.806.5 


32,290.3 


16,101.9 


16,188.3 


3,790.4 


30,413.1 


15,907.6 


14,505.4 


3.6633 


30,799.2 


16,418.7 


14,380.4 


3,714.9 


30,900.2 


16,474.2 


14,426.0 


3,652.0 


30,901.6 


16,503.9 


14,397.7 


3,646.1 


30,806.6 


16,371.1 


14,435.4 


3,647.6 


30,137.8 


15,881.1 


14,256.7 


3,648.7 


29,678.4 


15,451.5 


14,226.8 


3.607.2 


29,487.4 


15,352.9 


14,134.4 


3,583.4 


29,911.4 


15,492.5 


14,418.9 


3,691.7 


30,098.3 


15,598.1 


14,500.2 


3,774.6 


30.269.4 


15,634.3 


14,635.1 


3,876.3 


30,473.8 


15,621.3 


14,852.5 


3,901 .4 


30,662.5 


15,648.5 


15,013.9 


3,722.1 


31,313.1 


16,068.6 


15,244.6 


3,791.7 


31,692.5 


16,298.8 


15,393.7 


3,769.4 


32,161.5 


16,550.5 


15,611.1 


3.831.9 


32,471 .3 


16,704.0 


15,767.3 


3,859.3 


32,610.4 


16,528.0 


16,082.4 


3,8898 


32,510.2 


16,537.3 


15,972.9 


3,851.9 



552.3 
508.6 
505.3 
583.0 
648.9 
674.5 

716.8 
719.5 
719.3 
703.1 
685.3 
646.7 
622.2 
557.4 
535.0 
569.0 
612.4 
669.0 

740.9 
786.0 
811.4 
793.0 
751.6 
710.3 



793.3 
783.2 
761.2 
746.1 
730.3 
730.8 

742.2 
758.1 
774.6 
772.9 
769.5 
774.7 
768.5 
765.8 
757.2 
769.5 
778.3 
805.4 

816.8 
832.1 
865.6 
891.5 
9022 
910.1 



263.0 
242.4 
219.1 
203.6 
207.1 
214.1 

219.4 
226.6 
235.4 
251.7 
263.4 
272.4 
263.5 
254.3 
236.3 
228.4 
228.1 
235.4 

252.2 
259.3 
273.4 
293.3 
3146 
330.0 



895.9 
884.9 
879.0 
852.8 
8483 
821.9 

853.1 
840.8 
861.8 
852.5 
868.0 
870.4 
857.4 
870.3 
878.9 
882.9 
894.0 
914.0 

937.7 
943.5 
952.1 
949.4 
945.9 
9445 



212.6 
208.1 
1938 
190.2 
185.3 
176.0 

181.9 
186.0 
180.6 
194.4 
193.9 
196.4 
194.3 
190.1 
184.7 
185.9 
183.2 
186 5 

191.3 
193.6 
1959 
201.4 
2046 
2062 



811.4 


1,391.6 


747.1 


1,336.2 


706.0 


1 ,324.8 


703.4 


1.345.1 


705.7 


1,332.1 


695.5 


1,326.3 


710.4 


1 ,402.0 


708.6 


1,467.1 


711.1 


1 ,462.3 


754.6 


1 ,370.3 


807.7 


1,292.6 


815.6 


1,332.6 


796.8 


1,363.6 


771.4 


1.448 4 


750.1 


1 .492.7 


732.0 


1.519.6 


726.3 


1,521.2 


735.9 


1,579.9 


758.2 


1 ,672.9 


770 1 


1,754.1 


7694 


1 .722.0 


811.1 


1,678.6 


857.0 


1.620.1 


873.1 


1 .626 



1982 J 


34,133.2 


16,600.7 


17,532.5 


3,706.0 


595.2 


788.6 


246.3 


907.5 


203.5 


776.5 


1,471.8 


A 


33,605.6 


16,453.3 


17,152.3 


3,702.6 


598.3 


7885 


243.4 


881 5 


204.3 


753.8 


1 ,407.7 


S 


33,395.5 


16,461.7 


16,933.8 


3,718.6 


623.0 


779.1 


237.7 


878.7 


199.5 


741.2 


1,378.3 


O 


33,070.0 


16,320.5 


16,749.5 


3,709.6 


660.3 


767.2 


228.9 


8689 


196.4 


745.8 


1.381.4 


N 


32,700.0 


16,382.7 


16,317.3 


3,688.6 


674.1 


760.7 


231.7 


865.2 


196.2 


739.8 


1 .358.9 


D 


30,811.1 


16,146.7 


14,664.4 


3,647.3 


676.0 


755.4 


229.7 


846.6 


1850 


728.6 


1.327.0 


1983 J 


30,629.9 


16,277.6 


14,352.3 


3,676.9 


665.0 


745.5 


220.6 


848.7 


188 9 


723.2 


1,341.1 


F 


30,557.4 


16,229.1 


14,328.3 


3,673.8 


632.5 


750.2 


228.5 


826.1 


190.4 


725.6 


1 .350.6 


M 


30,415.8 


16,146.3 


14,269.5 


3,663.3 


627.6 


759.2 


231.8 


842.0 


182 


718.5 


1,343.0 


A 


30,322.3 


16,091.8 


14,230.5 


3.672.2 


637.9 


750.7 


237.1 


841.1 


187.7 


731.9 


1,327.3 


M 


29.857.1 


15,753.5 


14,103.6 


3,693.6 


643.5 


740.8 


238.2 


861.4 


183.0 


741.8 


1,310.5 


J 


29,576.0 


15,421.8 


14,154.2 


3.688.7 


632.2 


754.6 


241.2 


863.9 


182.4 


747.7 


1 ,392.2 


J 


29,743.3 


15,457.9 


14,285.4 


3,682.2 


670.1 


764.8 


247.3 


868.7 


186.2 


762.0 


1,439.1 


A 


30.028.9 


15,570.7 


14,458.2 


3,699.8 


658.5 


770.2 


254.7 


867.3 


186.7 


778.8 


1,523.0 


S 


30.415.1 


15.820.2 


14,594.9 


3,734.5 


660.6 


773.8 


256.4 


878.4 


189.9 


786.7 


1,553.9 


O 


30,682.1 


15,938.0 


14,744.1 


3,781.1 


643.2 


789.1 


257.2 


899.1 


191.7 


775.3 


1,562.2 


N 


30,885.6 


15,881.5 


15,004.1 


3,797.1 


632.8 


810.4 


254.1 


911.7 


193.9 


762.2 


1,556.1 


D 


31 ,095.4 


15,894.3 


15,201.1 


3,709.4 


666.0 


832.0 


253.1 


941.7 


196.1 


770.7 


1,584.8 


1984 J 


31,161.7 


15,925.8 


15,235.9 


3,751.8 


681.6 


820.6 


253.8 


932.9 


199.1 


770.8 


1,605.0 


F 


31,354.6 


16,055.6 


15,299.0 


3,790.7 


688.9 


823.6 


261.3 


926.9 


198.6 


788.3 


1,617.0 


M 


31,682.9 


16,200.3 


15,482.6 


3,848.3 


709.7 


849.2 


269.6 


930.9 


197.6 


777.9 


1,582.7 


A 


31,971.6 


16,418.4 


15.553.2 


3,884.9 


723.1 


867.0 


276.0 


936.6 


194.7 


787.5 


1 ,624.6 


M 


32,317.1 


16,394.1 


15.923.0 


3,935.2 


709.1 


868.5 


283.6 


939.4 


193.0 


789.0 


1.634.8 


J 


32,408.7 


16,501.4 


15,907.3 


3,936.6 


697.5 


886.2 


291.0 


937.7 


191.5 


803.5 


1.695.5 



Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 



71 



Section 6— Table 3 /Concluded 



September 1984 



Table 3: Manufacturing inventories 1 by industry based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars)/concluded 













Metal 


























fabricating 






















Printing. 




(ex. 








Non- 








Annual 


Furniture 


Paper 


publishing 




machy 




Trans- 




metallic 


Petroleum 


Chemical 




average 


and 


& allied 


& allied 


Primary 


& transp 




portation 


Electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


& chemical 


Misc 


and month 


fixtures 


industries 


industries 


metal 


equip.) 


Machinery 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


mfgrg 


D 


310345 


310346 


310347 


310164 


310349 


310350 


310351 


310352 


310353 


310354 


310355 


310356 


D 


310368 


310369 


310370 


310187 


310372 


310373 


310374 


310375 


310376 


310377 


310378 


310379 


1982 


483.9 


2,083.2 


527.5 


3,308.6 


2,440.1 


2.317.4 


4,195.5 


2,217.0 


781.3 


3.452.5 


2,371.8 


927.0 


1983 


4730 


1.930.5 


5167 


2,845.1 


2,137.4 


1.963 5 


2.9036 


2,020.9 


691.7 


3.135.6 


2,225.3 


887.5 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


471.1 


2,0874 


5424 


3,350.3 


2,465.3 


2,284.2 


4,301 1 


2,2690 


803.6 


3.4456 


2,365.5 


936.2 


A 


473 2 


2.095 1 


529.7 


3,284.8 


2.400.0 


2,267.1 


4,387.6 


2,2144 


7729 


3,462.3 


2,323.3 


921.4 


S 


4564 


2,070.5 


510.1 


3,273.6 


2,322.7 


2.225.8 


4,365.7 


2,132.3 


7563 


3,450.7 


2,291 .6 


899.6 


O 


439.5 


2.099.6 


489 3 


3,214.6 


2,252.0 


2,200.7 


4,370.4 


2,092.8 


738.5 


3,209.2 


2,252.5 


868.0 


N 


444.2 


2,0447 


4894 


3,134.6 


2,176.1 


2,124.7 


4,212.0 


2,048.2 


716.2 


3,379.6 


2,203.1 


868.6 


D 


442.7 


1,979 8 


493.4 


3,098.1 


2,092.3 


2,102.4 


2,771.6 


1 .966 4 


705.3 


3.389.6 


2,231 2 


837.0 


1983 J 


4428 


2,0007 


499.7 


2.949.8 


2.096.2 


2,096.3 


2.7225 


1 ,966.9 


703.6 


3,609.6 


2,278.2 


891.2 


F 


4469 


2,042.2 


504.8 


2.863.3 


2.114 1 


2.085.2 


2.746.9 


1 .992.9 


7092 


3,578.0 


2,369.3 


8879 


M 


459.6 


2,017.9 


4989 


2,767.5 


2.133.4 


2,053.0 


2,786.2 


2.0167 


718.6 


3,595.7 


2,365.1 


897 1 


A 


467 


1,934.9 


514.2 


2,751.7 


2,167.8 


2,032.4 


2,875.5 


2,043.0 


727.4 


3.537.3 


2,3142 


893.3 


M 


476.1 


1,901.9 


525.0 


2.734.2 


2.174.6 


1 ,980.6 


2,819.4 


2,055.1 


723.7 


3.048.5 


2,250.5 


918.0 


J 


487 9 


1 .858.0 


522.3 


2,727.0 


2.172.3 


1.892.5 


2,832.6 


2.069.9 


711.7 


2,793.3 


2,167.1 


926.9 


J 


471.1 


1,881.3 


534.4 


2,768.3 


2.130.1 


1,818.6 


2,877.1 


2,0104 


694.9 


2,832.9 


2,131.0 


886.6 


A 


4758 


1,895.8 


538.4 


2,838.8 


2.179.6 


1.845.0 


2,967.2 


1 .994 1 


669.5 


2,947.0 


2,133.3 


876.3 


S 


478.4 


1 ,890.6 


5286 


2,856.9 


2,148.2 


1,886.1 


2,973.2 


2,003.0 


661 4 


3,055.8 


2,130.9 


874.8 


O 


4826 


1,917.4 


5072 


2,885.5 


2,093.0 


1,982.3 


3,008.8 


2,012.8 


650.0 


2,970.2 


2,138.5 


856.5 


N 


487 7 


1.931.3 


5105 


2,956.0 


2.1275 


1,967.5 


3,095.1 


2,037.0 


660.2 


2,823.0 


2,172.5 


859.7 


D 


5002 


1,893.6 


5162 


3.041.6 


2,112.2 


1 .922.0 


3.138.3 


2,049.5 


670.0 


2,835.3 


2,252.6 


882.0 


1984 J 


511.7 


1,926.5 


537.8 


2,932.0 


2.120.1 


2.007.7 


3,206.6 


2,106.1 


6876 


2,948.7 


2,273.0 


893.9 


F 


521.7 


1,900.8 


5503 


2,892.8 


2,158.4 


2,034.4 


3,135.4 


2,205.7 


691.0 


3,047.2 


2,321.1 


925.4 


M 


527.9 


1.886.6 


561.1 


2,789.4 


2,196.4 


2.140.9 


3,282.9 


2,256.7 


694.8 


3.146.0 


2,322.0 


935.1 


A 


5469 


1,872.4 


5882 


2,8142 


2,194.6 


2,220.8 


3,266.1 


2.333.7 


7123 


3.156.4 


2,348.7 


939 1 


M 


547.5 


1,815.9 


611.3 


2,920.9 


2.229.9 


2,291.8 


3,350.1 


2,404.5 


717.5 


2.994.1 


2,286.5 


954.4 


J 


5438 


1.823.2 


6179 


2,955.9 


2,192.4 


2,221 


3,319.9 


2,419.8 


6940 


3,062.5 


2,232.9 


974.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 1 



1982 J 


4736 


2,124.9 


5176 


3,360.4 


2,449.4 


2,355.6 


4,383.6 


2,2499 


788 2 


3,429.4 


2.381.4 


923.8 


A 


476.8 


2,091 5 


514.0 


3,265.4 


2,400 1 


2.298.4 


4,296.5 


2,222.1 


785.3 


3,405.2 


2.349.7 


920.5 


S 


462.3 


2,087.8 


5036 


3,257.9 


2,350.2 


2.257.6 


4,271 .9 


2.171.2 


784.4 


3,407.3 


2.368.6 


916.6 


O 


4454 


2.082.4 


5038 


3,207.8 


2.319.4 


2.176.6 


4,303.6 


2.135.1 


780.2 


3,307.3 


2.343.4 


9065 


N 


4484 


2,030.4 


506.9 


3,104.9 


2.254.0 


2.123.5 


4,170.0 


2,100 1 


757.5 


3,486.1 


2,294.7 


908.3 


D 


446 1 


1.991.5 


514.5 


3.003.0 


2.191.2 


2.139.2 


2,784.0 


2,037.1 


736.8 


3,451.0 


2,262.6 


8585 


1983 J 


4498 


1,987.7 


512.3 


2,865.8 


2.112.3 


2,086.6 


2,771.1 


2,0101 


715.5 


3,566.2 


2,2457 


896.9 


F 


4495 


1,981.9 


5134 


2.889.9 


2,104.3 


2,048.3 


2,789.2 


1 ,995.2 


701.3 


3,545.0 


2,274.8 


886.9 


M 


452.9 


1,966.9 


501 4 


2,847.2 


2,080.7 


2,025.7 


2.830.1 


1,996.2 


693.7 


3,520.9 


2,249.6 


883.1 


A 


4606 


1 ,943.7 


5083 


2,811 6 


2,092.8 


2,0047 


2.8588 


1 ,983.9 


6908 


3,486.9 


2,224.9 


869.4 


M 


464.4 


1,936.9 


512.3 


2,7791 


2.103.3 


1,955.7 


2,817.4 


1,981.4 


691 8 


3.091.2 


2,223.7 


887.1 


J 


476.5 


1,913.1 


507.8 


2,755.3 


2,122.4 


1 ,900.2 


2,821.2 


1,999.8 


686.6 


2,796.5 


2,203.9 


889.8 


J 


474.1 


1,918.2 


510.5 


2,779.3 


2,1172 


1 ,873.8 


2,927.8 


1 ,992.5 


681 6 


2.825.7 


2,145.7 


876.5 


A 


4792 


1.893 7 


5226 


2,822.3 


2,181.8 


1,867.5 


2,905.0 


2,000.6 


678.8 


2.904.5 


2.157.3 


876.6 


S 


4839 


1,908.5 


522.1 


2,844.8 


2,172.5 


1 ,908.3 


2,909.6 


2,038.3 


6836 


3,016.0 


2.201.8 


891.5 


O 


4886 


1.898.2 


522.7 


2,875.9 


2.154.2 


1,958.3 


2,968.8 


2,051.0 


685.1 


3,060.8 


2,224.7 


894.9 


N 


4920 


1.916.3 


529.0 


2,921.7 


2,201 1 


1,967.8 


3,081.1 


2,087.3 


697.0 


2,912.0 


2.263.5 


898.5 


D 


503.6 


1 .908.0 


5390 


2,950.8 


2,218.1 


1 .958.6 


3,162.9 


2,121.2 


701.1 


2,887.6 


2,287.5 


903.2 


1984 J 


5204 


1,9151 


551.2 


2.848.1 


2,143.2 


1.999.3 


3,266.7 


2,153.5 


699.7 


2,910.1 


2,240.3 


898.5 


F 


524.7 


1,846 1 


559.7 


2,920.1 


2.152.1 


2.000.6 


3,190.9 


2,210.2 


683.4 


3,018.5 


2,229.5 


923.5 


M 


520.6 


1,844.6 


564.2 


2.867.9 


2,149.0 


2.111.0 


3,343.2 


2,237.8 


670.4 


3,079.1 


2,208.8 


920.4 


A 


5397 


1,883.2 


582.2 


2,875.3 


2.123.0 


2,188.4 


3,256.8 


2,269.4 


6760 


3,109.4 


2,259.5 


914.3 


M 


533.9 


1,857.0 


5978 


2,972.0 


2.158.6 


2,264.5 


3,350.9 


2,322.1 


686.2 


3.038.0 


2,261.1 


922.4 


J 


531.1 


1.879 5 


6020 


2,987.5 


2,141 8 


2.231.8 


3,309.2 


2,340.9 


6695 


3.068.4 


2,271.6 


935.9 



'Total inventories owned by manufacturers including warehouse stocks 

Note All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available 

Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



72 



September 1984 






















Section 6- 


-Table 4 


Table 4: 


Estimated value of shipments 


and unfilled orders in manufacturing 


industries 


by economic use 


classification, 






based on the 1970 


standard 


industrial 


classification (million dollars) 






















Shipments' 












Unfilled orders at end of month 


















Supple- 














Supple- 










Con- 






mentary 










Other 




mentary 










struction 


Other 




classifi- 








Con- 


inter- 




classifi- 




Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 


materials 


inter- 




cation: 


Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 


struction 


mediate 


Export- 


cation: 


Annual 
average 






and 
equip- 


and 
compo- 


mediate 
goods & 


Export- 
based 


auto- 
motive 






and 

equip- 


materials 
and com- 


goods 
and 


based 
indus- 


auto- 


Non- 




Non- 




motive 


and month 


durable 


Durable 


ment 


nents 


supplies 


industries 


products 


durable 


Durable 


ment 


ponents 


supplies 


tries 


products 


D 


310397 


310398 


310399 


310400 


310401 


310402 


310403 


310413 


310414 


310415 


310416 


310417 


310418 


310419 


D 


310462 


310463 


310464 


310465 


310466 


310467 


310468 


310478 


310479 


310480 


310481 


310482 


310483 


310484 


1982 


5,066.7 


509.3 


1,472.5 


1 ,203.9 


4,191.6 


2,841.7 


3,473.7 


541.3 


343.1 


9,949.8 


2,717.5 


2.497.8 


702.2 


712.8 


1983 


5,336.9 


6058 


1,327.0 


1.248.1 


4,693.3 


3.418.8 


4,093.1 


579.7 


376.5 


10,894.9 


2.317.6 


2,652.2 


748.2 


833.4 


Unadjusted for seasonal variation 
























1982 J 


5,060.7 


447.3 


1,305.5 


1,148.0 


3,661.6 


2,414.9 


3,183.1 


573.9 


335.2 


9.909.9 


2,721.1 


2,537.2 


683.3 


722.8 


A 


5,394.6 


514.4 


1,257.2 


1 .260.4 


3,961.3 


2,820.0 


3,599.1 


552.7 


324.6 


9,703.1 


2.616.6 


2,506.7 


643.8 


709.2 


s 


5,393.4 


609.0 


1,514.1 


1.349.8 


4,341.6 


2,977.9 


3,697.9 


532.7 


329.4 


9,486.8 


2.493.1 


2,421.6 


675.9 


674.7 





5,293.4 


603.3 


1,399.6 


1,229.4 


4,128.0 


2,602.2 


3.284.9 


492.0 


330.6 


9,242.5 


2.498.6 


2,294.6 


691.2 


652.1 


N 


5,352.6 


570.8 


1,431.1 


1,196.9 


4,127.2 


2,609.6 


3,370.4 


471.4 


330.2 


9,864.5 


2.440.9 


2,062.3 


662.8 


633.5 


D 


5,203.4 


498.6 


1 ,458.4 


1,015.5 


3,717.7 


2,417.6 


3.218.4 


498.7 


310.6 


9,553.0 


2.279.6 


2,0976 


618.6 


634.7 


1983 J 


4,697.7 


466.9 


1,106.5 


938.5 


3,865.3 


2,799 1 


3,551 .6 


5542 


358.6 


9,653.1 


2.319.2 


2,240.9 


678.0 


698.4 


F 


4,895.3 


522.9 


1,219.1 


1 ,000.3 


4,061.7 


2,879.4 


3,515.1 


541.0 


363.5 


9,771.0 


2.367.5 


2,427.4 


685.6 


701.3 


M 


5,326.3 


628.9 


1,475.0 


1,211.6 


4.948.1 


3,316.0 


3,987.9 


543.0 


3684 


9,542.4 


2.355.4 


2,630.5 


691.1 


741.4 


A 


4,889.8 


593.4 


1,259.1 


1,171.3 


4,618.9 


3,287.0 


3,773.2 


602.1 


391.4 


9,543.7 


2,419.1 


2,7073 


675.6 


740.7 


M 


5,280.9 


585.6 


1,310.6 


1 ,304.5 


4,9098 


3,730.9 


4,361.5 


620.0 


392.4 


9,584.6 


2.426.9 


2,634.6 


705.9 


747.3 


J 


5,596.3 


661.4 


1,477.6 


1 ,479.2 


5,053.1 


3,931.4 


4,407.6 


621.1 


364.8 


9,437.3 


2.367.2 


2,609.3 


726.3 


783.6 


J 


5,310.9 


538.0 


1,140.0 


1,238.7 


4,0404 


2,979.7 


3,613.9 


623.3 


383.7 


9.481 .0 


2.340.6 


2,619.9 


760.4 


843.2 


A 


5,695.8 


630.6 


1,183.0 


1,384.1 


4,617.8 


3,025.8 


3,717.8 


612.6 


403.7 


9.793.2 


2.343.2 


2.773.1 


767.0 


891 4 


S 


5,730.5 


723.5 


1 ,408.8 


1.437.3 


5,167.0 


3,650.5 


4,370.2 


588.5 


384.0 


13,494.9 


2.260.5 


2,783.9 


793.6 


908.6 





5,646.5 


685.7 


1,351.1 


1,388.3 


5,155.2 


3,950.7 


4,816.0 


547.7 


3800 


13,449.5 


2,311.7 


2.782.8 


814.4 


951.0 


N 


5,603.3 


679.1 


1 ,473.4 


1,333.6 


5,318.3 


3,938.4 


4,783.5 


544.5 


374.4 


13,549.6 


2.204.3 


2,816.2 


834.9 


964.6 


D 


5,369.3 


553.6 


1,519.2 


1,089.2 


4,563.5 


3,537.2 


4,2186 


558.5 


3533 


13,438 7 


2.095.9 


2,800.1 


8460 


1 .029.4 


1984 J 


5,111.6 


533.5 


1,352.1 


1 ,030.2 


5,010.1 


3,989.1 


4,995.7 


580.6 


375.7 


13,590.6 


2.279.3 


3.057.0 


859.4 


1 ,096.6 


F 


5,305.5 


568.4 


1 ,401 .9 


1,131.0 


5,187.8 


3,915.7 


4,797.7 


548.9 


376.7 


13,598.9 


2.420.1 


3.181.9 


891.0 


1,158.5 


M 


5,811.4 


6082 


1,666.7 


1,266.9 


5,889.5 


4,346.4 


5,427.3 


572.8 


358.1 


13,583.3 


2.449.6 


3,329.0 


965.9 


1,256.5 


A 


5,365.5 


572.8 


1 ,505.0 


1.265.7 


5,417.5 


4,1376 


4,950.2 


6009 


3444 


13,783.1 


2.483.9 


3,275.6 


988.6 


1,295.0 


M 


5,731.9 


606.1 


1,536.2 


1.446.5 


5,992.4 


4,538.7 


5,210.5 


643.7 


347.1 


14,373.4 


2.512.5 


3.139.6 


1,012.3 


1 ,268.8 


J 


5,828.8 


636.1 


1 ,680.3 


1.546.4 


5,840.2 


4.599.3 


5.098.3 


6557 


3380 


14,523.4 


2.4995 


3.321.6 


1 ,028.6 


1 .258.0 


Adjusted 


for seasonal variation 
























M.C.D. 

I 


2 


3 


3 


3 


2 


3 


4 


2 


1 


1 


2 


2 


2 


2 


i 1982 J 


5,034.7 


494.4 


1 ,460.6 


1,158.1 


4,173.4 


2,815.5 


3,536.9 


537.8 


321.9 


10,001.1 


2.699.7 


2.541.0 


701.0 


722.7 


A 


5,265.5 


515.8 


1,444.8 


1,195.4 


4,267.5 


3,424.8 


4.192.8 


527.8 


317.8 


9,802.1 


2,604.2 


2.466.3 


672.0 


701.7 


S 


5,064.2 


516.4 


1 ,438.5 


1,181.5 


4,149.3 


2,883.0 


3.506.8 


532.7 


333.0 


9,500.7 


2,550.2 


2.365.5 


702.7 


691.0 





5,073.6 


529.3 


1,387.2 


1,141.0 


4,091 .2 


2.474.6 


3,082.1 


524.9 


341.2 


9,368.1 


2,514.1 


2.307.0 


694.9 


672.5 


N 


5,171.2 


540.5 


1,380.1 


1,147.7 


4,083.2 


2.578.6 


3,191.8 


515.1 


351.9 


9,941.4 


2.505.4 


2.094.0 


653.8 


671.3 


D 


5,188.6 


560.2 


1,353.3 


1,153.8 


4,102.0 


2.707.0 


3,372.5 


5307 


353.6 


9,624.5 


2,414.8 


2.253.3 


596.5 


661.8 


1983 J 


5,177.4 


584.9 


1,281.6 


1,186.3 


4,231.6 


3.175.4 


3,854.7 


567.8 


350.3 


9,568.5 


2,360.2 


2.332.5 


652.2 


678.5 


F 


5,240.8 


576.8 


1 ,278.9 


1,192.2 


4,179.6 


2.987.8 


3.697.2 


567.0 


338.7 


9,606.9 


2.338.0 


2.392.1 


670.6 


662.4 


M 


5.213.7 


588.8 


1 ,269.4 


1,192.8 


4,335.0 


2.878.7 


3,660.0 


559.5 


356.7 


9,384.0 


2.342.2 


2.560.3 


666.0 


719.3 


A 


5,264.3 


608.0 


1,249.3 


1,250.1 


4,509.2 


3.106.3 


3.783.0 


578.9 


381.0 


9,383.4 


2.334.2 


2.634.2 


685.9 


725.3 


M 


5,339.4 


591.0 


1,291.4 


1,231.6 


4,563.2 


3,456.8 


4,275.5 


572.9 


397.3 


9,558.2 


2.331.1 


2.607.0 


711.1 


743.4 


J 


5,377.1 


604.1 


1 ,395.9 


1 ,256.3 


4.575.1 


3.271.2 


3,916.7 


580.8 


357.6 


9,596.9 


2.320.0 


2.590.6 


745.0 


790.7 


J 


5,379.5 


609.5 


1,292.4 


1 ,279.9 


4,734.8 


3.526.5 


4,082.4 


583.5 


369.1 


9,563.9 


2.320.7 


2,616.5 


779.2 


841.8 


A 


5,447.8 


615.5 


1,336.0 


1,275.6 


4,853.6 


3,583.9 


4,089.3 


584.4 


396.0 


9,896.4 


2,333.0 


2.718.5 


799.4 


879.8 


S 


5,404.0 


620.3 


1,345.1 


1,284.2 


5,007.9 


3,613.8 


4.291.3 


587.7 


388.1 


13,493.4 


2,317.4 


2,717.7 


820.8 


928.4 





5,415.9 


597.6 


1,345.6 


1,275.6 


5,084.3 


3,724.6 


4,455.8 


586.2 


392.3 


13,617.2 


2.326.7 


2,801.1 


816.6 


978.3 


N 


5,390.3 


642.6 


1 ,401 .5 


1,269.1 


5,229.8 


3.854.5 


4,457.7 


595.8 


398.7 


13,654.8 


2,263.2 


2,865.0 


823.3 


1 ,024.6 


D 


5,422.1 


628.8 


1 ,427.6 


1,268.5 


5,142.2 


4,105.1 


4,637.9 


594.6 


403.0 


13,521.6 


2,222.6 


3,028.0 


815.8 


1 ,078.5 


1984 J 


5,580.5 


664.9 


1,558.6 


1,285.6 


5,387.1 


4,470.3 


5,437.5 


594.6 


367.4 


13,472.0 


2,318.0 


3,192.4 


827.0 


1,066.3 


F 


5,454.0 


601.7 


1 .407.5 


1,283.7 


5,111.7 


3,850.9 


4,719.7 


574.7 


350.9 


13,372.9 


2.387.4 


3.140.1 


872.6 


1 ,095.5 


M 


5,771.5 


577.6 


1,456.1 


1,289.3 


5,320.8 


3,914.8 


5,148.6 


590.6 


346.6 


13,372.0 


2,439.6 


3,240.2 


933.0 


1,221.0 


A 


5,826.3 


591.7 


1,504.3 


1,339.6 


5.291.1 


3,849.8 


4,979.1 


577.8 


334.8 


13,570.0 


2,395.5 


3,182.4 


1,006.5 


1 .269.4 


M 


5,662.0 


594.8 


1,478.9 


1,321.8 


5,370.8 


4,084.2 


4,902.8 


594.9 


351.5 


14,340.5 


2,411.9 


3,108.2 


1,021.5 


1.262.8 


J 


5,690.7 


592.3 


1,616.8 


1 ,367.2 


5,474.0 


3,983.1 


4,683.3 


613.1 


331.2 


14,782.0 


2,448.8 


3,292.9 


1 ,055.4 


1,267.8 


'Separate industries series 


combined for the Supplementary Classification 


automotive products, are also components ot other classifications Other economic use 


classification 


groups are 


mutually exclusive and except for rounding differences add to relevant Canada totals in 


section 6. table 1. 














Note: All series are subject to revision 


each year when more 


recent Census of Manufactures data become available 












| Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 












73 



Section 6— Table 5 



September 1984 



Table 5: Estimated value of inventories owned and raw materials in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 









Inventories ownec 












Inventories 


held: raw 


materials 






Annual 


Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


Other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods & 
supplies 


Export- 
based 
industries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classifi- 
cation: 
automotive 
products 


Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


Other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods 
and 
supplies 


Export 
based 
indus- 
tries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classiti- 


average 
and month 


Non- 
durable 


Durable 


Non- 
durable 


Durable 


automotive 
products 


D 

D 


310456 
310521 


310446 

310511 


310457 
310522 


310458 
310523 


310449 

310514 


310459 
310524 


310460 
310525 


310421 
310486 


310422 
310487 


310423 
310488 


310424 
310489 


310425 
310490 


310426 
310491 


310427 
310492 


1982 
1983 


8,276.4 
7.925.4 


1,488.5 

1.421.0 


6,305.2 
4,657.3 


3,187.8 
2,757.1 


9,279.2 
8.651.1 


5,257.9 
4,931.8 


5.461.7 
5,047.3 


3.351.0 
3,2349 


653.7 
650.9 


2,115.0 
1 ,887.2 


1 ,448.2 
1,254.1 


3,984.6 
3,675.6 


1 ,965.8 

1,821.8 


1,936.2 
1,788.0 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


8,288.0 


1.480.2 


6,5209 


3,240.4 


9,167.8 


5,154.7 


5.375.9 


3,3947 


6408 


2.129.3 


1.452.5 


3.9226 


1,922.2 


1 ,920.4 


A 


8.215.0 


1.453.6 


6,522.7 


3.0980 


9.031.6 


5,2194 


5,441 5 


3.327.3 


645.3 


2.115.5 


1,381.6 


3,857.6 


1,904 2 


1,894 7 


S 


8,172.5 


1,403.6 


6,435.2 


2.947.5 


8,927.3 


5.225.0 


5.389.5 


3.235.8 


627.9 


2,068.1 


1,328.3 


3,819.1 


1,959.2 


1,892 7 





7,941 4 


1.359.3 


6.366.6 


2,8699 


8.852.6 


5,268.8 


5,175.3 


3,111.1 


6005 


2.026.2 


1 ,280.0 


3,807.1 


1.970.3 


1 ,753.0 


N 


8,101.5 


1.350.6 


6,207.6 


2,7778 


8,735.1 


5,117.5 


5,242.7 


3.243.9 


597.9 


1,966 


1.234.5 


3,755.5 


1,942 


1 ,875.2 


D 


7.979.6 


1.314.9 


4,679.9 


2,692.5 


8,717.5 


5,028.5 


5,229.6 


3,2704 


587.2 


1,926.5 


1.222.2 


3.7670 


1,953.8 


1,881.8 


1983 J 


8.337.4 


1 ,370.5 


4,648.9 


2,679.8 


8,699.7 


5,062.6 


5,419.1 


3,4223 


6072 


1,923.1 


1.219.1 


3,721.9 


1,915.9 


1.978.6 


F 


8,327.5 


1,372.7 


4,672.6 


2.715.6 


8,730.5 


5,080.9 


5,413.7 


3,330.5 


616.7 


1,901.1 


1.217.9 


3,628.4 


1,911.7 


1 .900.8 


M 


8.348.6 


1 .420.8 


4,680.6 


2,757.6 


8,638.6 


5,055.2 


5.443.7 


3,296.6 


6320 


1,899.4 


1,238.1 


3.538.9 


1,884.1 


1.833.6 


A 


8.387.2 


1,411.7 


4,672.2 


2,787.4 


8,606.7 


4,941 


5,467.8 


3,533.1 


627.8 


1,894.0 


1.231.7 


3,515.6 


1,798.5 


2.047.1 


M 


7,962.7 


1,461.9 


4,614.0 


2,805.2 


8,552.4 


4,741.3 


4,9376 


3,352.4 


655.4 


1.860.9 


1 ,250.4 


3,521.2 


1,744.1 


1.835.9 


J 


7,718.8 


1.484.8 


4.622.8 


2,803.8 


8,407.0 


4.640.9 


4,629.7 


3,186.2 


661.8 


1,858.2 


1,269.3 


3,503.6 


1 ,740.7 


1.658.6 


J 


7,630.6 


1,410.3 


4.552.7 


2,733.4 


8,430.7 


4,729.5 


4,6835 


3,224.2 


656.7 


1.851.0 


1,268.1 


3,598.5 


1,773.4 


1.720.1 


A 


7,700.1 


1.407.3 


4.619.2 


2,773.7 


8,505.5 


4,905.3 


4,852.7 


3,166.7 


664.2 


1.864.1 


1,292.1 


3,681.4 


1,785.0 


1,714.4 


S 


7,794.7 


1,411.0 


4,660.2 


2,756.5 


8,536.4 


4,939.3 


4,961.4 


3,104.7 


6689 


1,884.2 


1,271.6 


3,692.8 


1.822.1 


1 .728.4 


O 


7,743.9 


1.405.1 


4,697.7 


2,735.5 


8,660.3 


5,026.6 


4.961 2 


3,100.5 


664.9 


1,903.9 


1,264.9 


3,789.7 


1 .827.4 


1 ,700.5 


N 


7.602.6 


1.421.8 


4,745.5 


2.773.3 


8,897 1 


5,033.3 


4,862.4 


3,012.1 


6667 


1,898 5 


1.261.9 


3.924.0 


1,842.4 


1 ,627.0 


D 


7.551.3 


1.473.6 


4,700.7 


2,763.5 


9,147.8 


5,025.4 


4,934.9 


3,089.6 


6883 


1 ,908.0 


1 ,264.4 


3.991.2 


1,816.4 


1,710.7 


1984 J 


7,800.3 


1,510.6 


4,827.8 


2,807.6 


9,223.2 


5.143.7 


5,098.4 


3,174.2 


6989 


1,957.6 


1,256.6 


3,986.0 


1,863.5 


1,752.6 


F 


7,987.7 


1,568.4 


4,895.4 


2,862.1 


9.261.7 


5,117.2 


5,155.3 


3,186.5 


720.3 


1,973.4 


1,273.5 


3,884.3 


1 ,879.7 


1,738.1 


M 


8,184.0 


1,597.5 


5.0900 


2,916.0 


9.266.6 


5.107.4 


5,350.0 


3,262.4 


731.1 


2,085.9 


1 ,302.2 


3,819.6 


1,885.4 


1.783.2 


A 


8.327.9 


1,595.2 


5,217.3 


2,945.8 


9,3822 


5.002.9 


5,399.2 


3,511.7 


719.2 


2,196.3 


1,304.7 


3,878.0 


1,822.1 


1,953.3 


M 


8.286.4 


1.628.9 


5,407.7 


2,981.8 


9,392.8 


4,912.7 


5,270.2 


3,540.6 


7275 


2,256.2 


1.319.0 


3.974.3 


1.787.3 


1,931.3 


J 


8,343.9 


1.631.2 


5,343.6 


2,949.7 


9,344.1 


4,897.9 


5,359.4 


3,520.8 


726.5 


2,232.0 


1.321.9 


3.970 1 


1,798.7 


1,986.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 1 1 



1982 J 


8.2684 


1.479.8 


6,475.7 


3.212.2 


9,279.7 


5,422.9 


5,4498 


3,330.4 


642.5 


2,134.6 


1,427.4 


3,946.7 


1,980.8 


1 ,920.3 


A 


8.193.5 


1,472.2 


6,426.0 


3,125.0 


9,125.6 


5,251.2 


5.334.1 


3,292.3 


642.5 


2,091.0 


1,365.4 


3.817.1 


1,945.1 


1 ,868.7 


S 


8,224.7 


1,441.4 


6,354.8 


3.0272 


9,0970 


5,239.4 


5.342.3 


3,284.1 


6299 


2,042.1 


1,342.6 


3,797.4 


1,955 6 


1 ,856.3 


O 


8,123.8 


1,419.2 


6,263.6 


2,982.4 


9,0185 


5,199.1 


5.251.3 


3,152.6 


614.2 


2,019.4 


1,313.4 


3,769.4 


1,936.1 


1,718.1 


N 


8,342.9 


1,407.8 


6.170.6 


2,902.3 


8,863.1 


5,066.4 


5,438.4 


3.371.6 


615.8 


1,975.8 


1 ,280.8 


3,692.9 


1,894.1 


1.940.0 


D 


8,198.3 


1,360.0 


4,796.5 


2,822.0 


8,675.7 


5,002.5 


5,356.7 


3.330.1 


600.5 


1 ,935.5 


1,257.5 


3,628.5 


1,893.3 


1.889.3 


1983 J 


8,407.3 


1,380.0 


4,773.8 


2,714.7 


8,491 2 


4.935.8 


5,373.5 


3,519.5 


607.0 


1,935.6 


1,235.3 


3,609.0 


1,872.3 


1,969.1 


F 


8,328.6 


1.368.6 


4,765.4 


2,700.4 


8,506.4 


4,899.1 


5,363.8 


3.361.0 


613.2 


1,920.5 


1.214.8 


3,610.6 


1 .856.5 


1,942.8 


M 


8,248.1 


1.388.1 


4,702.1 


2.675.0 


8,511 2 


4,907.5 


5.328.9 


3.339 1 


623.1 


1,898.7 


1,218.6 


3,616.9 


1.850.7 


1 ,876.4 


A 


8.088.6 


1,364.3 


4.656.9 


2,659.8 


8,515.7 


4,940.5 


5.354.5 


3,350.4 


617.5 


1.890.7 


1,205.2 


3.614.4 


1 ,826.9 


2,019.3 


M 


7,860.7 


1,396.0 


4,591.7 


2,683.9 


8,534.6 


4,837.7 


4,980.4 


3,294.4 


641.7 


1.855.6 


1,224.6 


3,635.6 


1 ,807.9 


1,854.8 


J 


7,525.2 


1,415.3 


4,560.9 


2,710.5 


8.504.7 


4,853.7 


4,621.6 


3.086.1 


651 3 


1 .866.7 


1,241.8 


3,616.7 


1,821.2 


1 ,626.6 


J 


7,615.3 


1,410.8 


4,5224 


2,710.9 


8.538.4 


4,977.6 


4.760.7 


3,165.1 


658.5 


1,855.4 


1.246.2 


3,622.9 


1.828.7 


1,719.8 


A 


7,681.4 


1,424.1 


4,547.7 


2.797.5 


8,593.1 


4,936.3 


4,764.2 


3.133.0 


661.3 


1,842.3 


1,277.0 


3,642.7 


1 .823.8 


1 .687.5 


S 


7,8443 


1.446.9 


4,599.5 


2.828.2 


8,696.8 


4,957.6 


4.914.8 


3.154.1 


671.4 


1,861.7 


1 .286.4 


3,674.3 


1 ,820.3 


1,696.1 


O 


7.926.2 


1.464.3 


4,629.4 


2.838.5 


8,813.8 


4,960.3 


5.031.5 


3,145.7 


680.4 


1,897.0 


1,298.1 


3,749.9 


1 ,798.5 


1.670.0 


N 


7,828.5 


1,480.3 


4,725.8 


2.8909 


9.023.8 


4,987.7 


5,039.8 


3,134.2 


686.1 


1.907.7 


1 .309.3 


3,857.6 


1,797.7 


1 .685.9 


D 


7,762.9 


1,524.7 


4.822.9 


2,899.8 


9,115.9 


5,010.8 


5,054.7 


3,145.8 


704.5 


1.919.5 


1.301.0 


3,851.6 


1 .762.3 


1,720.5 


1984 J 


7,859.7 


1,520.7 


4.958.4 


2.851.1 


9,0040 


5,009.6 


5.044.4 


3,263.0 


698.5 


1 ,970.4 


1,273.1 


3,865.8 


1,821.2 


1 .740.4 


F 


7,985.4 


1,564.2 


4,998.1 


2.849.8 


9,023.1 


4,931.7 


5.102.8 


3,212.8 


716.3 


1,994.8 


1,270.1 


3,862.3 


1.825.5 


1.775.7 


M 


8,087.0 


1.561.8 


5,117.2 


2.838.7 


9.131.3 


4.958.5 


5,234.7 


3,3064 


721.0 


2,0848 


1,281.3 


3,902.7 


1.851.3 


1,826.1 


A 


8,026.7 


1,542.4 


5,204.0 


2.817.4 


9,287.7 


5,002.7 


5,287.4 


3.325.1 


7073 


2,191.9 


1.276.5 


3.987.2 


1.849.3 


1 ,924.3 


M 


8.185.9 


1.556.0 


5.387.1 


2.857.8 


9,382.1 


5,010.9 


5.320.7 


3.481.7 


712.3 


2,250.4 


1 ,292.2 


4,105.3 


1 ,850 4 


1 ,953.8 


J 


8,136.5 


1.555.0 


5.280.5 


2,852.3 


9.456.8 


5,127.4 


5,358.2 


3.409.3 


715.1 


2,242.1 


1,293.7 


4,098.3 


1,881.3 


1.947.0 



Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census ot Manufactures data become available. 
Source: Inventories. Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



74 



September 1984 



Section 6— Table 6 



Table 6: Estimated value of goods in process and finished products in manufacturing industries, by economic use classification, 
based on the 1970 standard industrial classification (million dollars) 

















Inventories 


held 




















Goods in process 












Finished products 










Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


Other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods & 
supplies 


Export- 
based 
industries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classifi- 
cation: 
automotive 
products 


Consumer 


goods 


Machinery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Con- 
struction 
materials 
and com- 
ponents 


Other 
inter- 
mediate 
goods 
and 
supplies 


Export- 
based 
indus- 
tries 


Supple- 
mentary 
classifi- 


average 
and month 


Non- 
durable 


Durable 


Non- 
durable 


Durable 


automotive 
products 


D 

D 


310429 
310494 


310430 
310495 


310431 
310496 


310432 
310497 


310433 
310498 


310434 
310499 


310435 
310500 


310437 
310502 


310438 
310503 


310439 
310504 


310440 
310505 


310441 
310506 


310442 
310507 


310443 
310508 


1982 
1983 


1 ,052.5 
1,016.5 


211.9 
191.8 


4,059.6 

2,756.7 


1 ,088.3 
987.8 


1 ,668.6 

1,542.1 


1,562.9 
1,508.1 


1.228.6 
1 ,200.6 


3.872.9 
3,674.0 


622.8 
578.2 


1,182.3 
1 ,060.0 


1,033.2 
871.1 


3.625.9 
3,433.3 


1,729.1 
1.601.8 


2.296.8 
2.058.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


982.7 


2069 


4,277.3 


1,134.9 


1,666.1 


1,488 7 


1,127.1 


3,910.5 


6324 


1,196.6 


1 .059 9 


3.578.9 


1,743.8 


2,328.3 


A 


993.5 


207.3 


4,242.1 


1,107.1 


1,657.4 


1,520.1 


1.176.6 


3,894 1 


600.9 


1.193.3 


1,013.1 


3,516.5 


1 .795 


2,3700 


S 


1 ,034.7 


198.3 


4,225.1 


1 ,067.9 


1,631.1 


1,532.4 


1 ,230.3 


3,901.9 


577.3 


1,157.1 


9528 


3,476.9 


1.733.3 


2,266.3 


O 


1,051.4 


192.6 


4,269.6 


1,096.2 


1 ,594.2 


1,566.6 


1 ,269.0 


3,778.8 


566.1 


1,129.8 


913.8 


3,451.2 


1,731.8 


2,153.2 


N 


1,052.7 


191.8 


4,116.7 


1,101.7 


1,540.0 


1,537.5 


1,223.4 


3,804.8 


5607 


1,125.7 


876.5 


3,439.5 


1,637.9 


2,144.1 


D 


1 .020.7 


185.9 


2,748.3 


943.1 


1.523.8 


1.567.1 


1 ,202.3 


3,688.4 


541.7 


1,123.0 


871 6 


3,426.6 


1 .507 4 


2,145.4 


1983 J 


1,077.1 


190.1 


2,725.9 


938.0 


1,547 2 


1,584.2 


1,239.9 


3,837.9 


573 2 


1,113.6 


860.5 


3,430.5 


1 ,562.4 


2,200.5 


F 


1,103.9 


190.5 


2,755.0 


961 3 


1,537.6 


1.565.4 


1.229 5 


3,893.0 


565.5 


1,124.3 


891.5 


3,564.4 


1 ,603.8 


2,283.3 


M 


1,126.2 


190.1 


2,750.8 


957.2 


1,547.2 


1,542 7 


1.271.8 


3,925.6 


598.7 


1.095.8 


900.3 


3.552.4 


1.628.3 


2,338.2 


A 


1,062.5 


192.3 


2,743.3 


986.5 


1,541.1 


1,525.0 


1.254.1 


3,791.5 


591.6 


1.094.1 


912.4 


3.549.9 


1,617.4 


2.166.5 


M 


1,024.2 


191.2 


2,740.8 


1,017.3 


1,519.8 


1,408.8 


1.155.8 


3,586.0 


615.3 


1.103.8 


903.1 


3.511.3 


1.588.3 


1.945.7 


J 


939.5 


195.0 


2,771.2 


997.1 


1,499.1 


1 ,369.0 


1,051.5 


3.593.0 


627.8 


1.076 2 


896.8 


3.4042 


1,531.1 


1.919.5 


J 


914.6 


184.5 


2,749.2 


1 ,004.3 


1 ,498.4 


1 ,404.0 


1,087.9 


3.491.7 


569.0 


1,022.3 


850.9 


3,333.7 


1,552.0 


1.875.5 


A 


968.4 


189.5 


2,791.0 


1,042.1 


1,538.9 


1,473.1 


1,161.6 


3.565.0 


553.4 


1,012.7 


841.4 


3,285.1 


1.647.1 


1,976.6 


S 


1,014.5 


189.8 


2,845.9 


1,051.4 


1,551.7 


1.488.5 


1,198.6 


3.675.4 


552.1 


1,011.3 


8359 


3,291.8 


1.628 6 


2,0343 


O 


994.8 


193.0 


2,760.6 


1 ,002.9 


1,554.6 


1.539.3 


1,222.2 


3.648.4 


547.2 


1,019.9 


830.8 


3,315.9 


1,659.8 


2.038.4 


N 


991.2 


194.4 


2,769.8 


997.4 


1,585.1 


1,558.5 


1.257.8 


3,599.2 


560.6 


1,025 3 


860 1 


3,3878 


1,632 3 


1.977.5 


D 


980 6 


201.6 


2,677.1 


898.2 


1,584.4 


1 ,638.4 


1.277.0 


3,480.9 


583.5 


1.020.7 


869.2 


3,5722 


1,570.5 


1,947.1 


1984 J 


1,017.5 


204.3 


2,711.4 


921.7 


1,611.5 


1,709.2 


1 ,323.9 


3,608.6 


607.3 


1,023.8 


9044 


3,625.7 


1,571.0 


2.021.9 


F 


1,041.9 


208.1 


2,746.3 


942.2 


1,664.7 


1,685.1 


1,286.1 


3,759.3 


640.1 


1.050.5 


915.5 


3.712.6 


1,552.4 


2.131.1 


M 


1,079.7 


214.3 


2,824.9 


884.4 


1,675.8 


1,682.3 


1,384.1 


3.841.9 


652 1 


1.067.0 


944.8 


3.771.2 


1.539.8 


2.182.7 


A 


1,028.5 


218.3 


2.825.5 


886.7 


1,691.8 


1,607.6 


1,334.4 


3,787.7 


657.6 


1.079.8 


985.1 


3.8125 


1.573.2 


2,111.5 


M 


1,061.0 


217.5 


2.817.4 


913.2 


1,691.0 


1,525.2 


1.345.4 


3,684.8 


683.9 


1,124.4 


984.8 


3.7275 


1.600.3 


1 ,993.4 


J 


1,018.7 


212.1 


2,781.7 


894.9 


1,687.7 


1,524.3 


1.296.6 


3,8043 


6926 


1,132.0 


969.8 


3,6863 


1 .574.9 


2,076.2 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 2 1 



1982 J 


1,019.7 


2078 


4,222.3 


1,106.9 


1,677.1 


1,672 4 


1.250.2 


3,918.3 


629.5 


1.201.2 


1.057.8 


3,655.9 


1.769 7 


2.279.3 


A 


1 ,037.4 


205.9 


4,148.1 


1,084.0 


1,655.4 


1,556.9 


1.188.5 


3,863.8 


623.8 


1.215.1 


1.048.6 


3,653 1 


1,749.2 


2.276.9 


S 


1 ,062.6 


199.3 


4,143.9 


1,073.2 


1,634.1 


1,557 8 


1 .236.4 


3,878.0 


612.2 


1,183.9 


1.007.7 


3,665.5 


1.726 


2,249.6 


O 


1,066.9 


195.8 


4,158.5 


1.083.0 


1,612.2 


1,545.3 


1,247.8 


3,904.3 


609.2 


1,144.7 


978.3 


3,636.9 


1,717.7 


2,285.4 


N 


1 ,059.8 


195.3 


4,048.8 


1.098.9 


1,581.0 


1 ,508.3 


1,217.1 


3,911.5 


596.7 


1,146.8 


9349 


3,589.2 


1,664.0 


2,281.3 


D 


1,042.0 


191.2 


2,834.1 


1.030.6 


1.566.0 


1.492.5 


1,191.1 


3.826.2 


568.3 


1,144.9 


917.6 


3.481.2 


1,616.7 


2,276.3 


1983 J 


1,051.0 


191.4 


2,831 


977.6 


1,515.4 


1,480.3 


1,196.8 


3,836.8 


581.6 


1,120.9 


876.4 


3.366.8 


1,583.2 


2.207.6 


F 


1,062.0 


190.2 


2,840.8 


977.6 


1,500 7 


1,463.7 


1,177.1 


3,905.6 


565.2 


1.111.8 


873.5 


3.395 1 


1,578.9 


2.243.9 


M 


1,104.1 


189.7 


2,784.1 


954.4 


1,527.0 


1 ,480.3 


1.206 8 


3,804.9 


575.3 


1.084.8 


860.3 


3.367.3 


1,576.5 


2.245.7 


A 


1 ,032.6 


188.0 


2,758.8 


964.5 


1,519.9 


1,528.1 


1.241.9 


3,705.6 


558.8 


1,066.6 


8439 


3,381.4 


1 .585.5 


2,093.3 


M 


1,008.1 


187.8 


2,749.8 


978.1 


1,516.8 


1.460.1 


1,164.9 


3,558.2 


566.5 


1.077.9 


843.2 


3,382.2 


1 ,569.7 


1.960.7 


J 


923.2 


189.9 


2,731.9 


9806 


1,506.0 


1 ,485.8 


1.113.2 


3,515.9 


574.1 


1.045.2 


8445 


3,382.0 


1,546.7 


1,881.8 


J 


950.1 


185.2 


2,710.1 


979.4 


1,508.9 


1 ,576.6 


1 .202.5 


3,500.1 


567.1 


1.026.8 


849.3 


3,406.6 


1 ,572.3 


1,838.4 


A 


1,011.7 


188.2 


2,723.4 


1.020.4 


1,536.3 


1 ,506.8 


1.176.6 


3,536.7 


574.6 


1.030.6 


870.6 


3,414.1 


1.605.7 


1,900.1 


S 


1,042.5 


190.8 


2,783.9 


1.055.9 


1,553.7 


1,513.1 


1,204.0 


3,647.7 


584.7 


1,035.1 


883.1 


3.468.8 


1,624.2 


2,014.7 


O 


1 ,009.4 


196.3 


2,685.1 


989.2 


1,570.8 


1,518.3 


1,201.0 


3,771.1 


587.6 


1 ,034.0 


889.4 


3.493.1 


1,643.5 


2,160.5 


N 


997 7 


198.0 


2,721.7 


993.6 


1,628.1 


1,531.6 


1,252.5 


3.696.6 


596.2 


1,044.6 


916.9 


3.538.1 


1 ,658.4 


2,101.4 


D 


1 ,002.0 


207.9 


2,769.6 


981.4 


1.630.9 


1,562.9 


1 ,269.2 


3.615.1 


612.3 


1,039.0 


916.1 


3.6334 


1,685.6 


2.065.0 


1984 J 


991.7 


205.7 


2,821.8 


961.5 


1,579.4 


1,596.8 


1,277.2 


3,605.0 


616.5 


1,031.3 


921.5 


3,558.8 


1,591.6 


2.026.8 


F 


1,000.4 


207.7 


2.838.9 


959.1 


1 ,624.9 


1.576.7 


1.232.2 


3,772.2 


640.2 


1 ,039.3 


897.2 


3,535.9 


1,529.5 


2.094.9 


M 


1,057.8 


213.8 


2.862.4 


882.2 


1 ,654.0 


1.615.5 


1.312.5 


3,722.8 


627.0 


1.057.7 


903.4 


3,574.6 


1,491.7 


2,096.1 


A 


998.7 


213.5 


2,844.0 


867.5 


1 ,668.9 


1,610.5 


1.321.0 


3,702.9 


621.6 


1 ,052.4 


911.7 


3,631.6 


1,542.9 


2,042.1 


M 


1.045.7 


213.7 


2,828.4 


878.4 


1,687.1 


1.579.2 


1,354.8 


3,658.5 


630.0 


1,098.5 


920.1 


3,589.7 


1,581.3 


2,012.1 


J 


1.001.9 


206.4 


2,741.1 


880.6 


1 ,696.0 


1 .654.3 


1,373.7 


3,725.3 


633.5 


1 ,099.5 


913.1 


3.662.5 


1,591.8 


2.037.5 



Note: All series are subject to revision each year when more recent Census of Manufactures data become available. 
Source: Inventories, Shipments and Orders in Manufacturing Industries (31-001), Statistics Canada. 



75 



Section 6— Tables 7 and 8 
Table 7: Tobacco and beverages 



September 1984 













Tobacco 














Alcoholic Beverages 








Production 








Production of tobacco products 






Sales 4 ol tobacco products 










Beer 

Million 
litres 


Distil- 
leries 
indus- 
trial 
alcohol 
(ethyl) 

Million 


Bottled 
spirits 

Litres Al 








Domestic 




Ex-warehoused' 


Stocks* 

distil- 




Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 


Cut tobacco 




Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 


Cut tobacco 








Ciga- 
rettes 


Cigars 


& bond 


Year 


Fine cut 2 Other 3 


Fine cut 2 Other 3 


warehouse 


month 


Millions 




Kilograms 




Millions 




Kilograms 




Millions 




Vol. 


D 


2082 


2083 


2089 


2090 


2091 


2092 


2093 


2094 


2095 


2096 


2085 


2086 


2087 


2088 


1982 


68,232 


404 


5,715 


288 


66,339 


381.2 


5,552 


309 


955.4 


10.6 


2.265.8 


216.25 


87.15 


1 ,065.80 


1983 


63.945 


342 


6,221 


272 


63,115 


344.9 


6.023 


292 


1 .062 6 


15.2 


2,3332 


209.03 


84.69 


1.025.05 


1982 A 


5.037 


31 


450 


33 


8.320 


40.5 


541 


25 


770 


04 


2289 


9.41 


8.32 


1.088.91 


S 


6.526 


39 


460 


27 


4.272 


296 


418 


27 


81.0 


26 


184.9 


13.42 


9.50 


1.075.59 





6.116 


34 


492 


25 


4,428 


28.5 


468 


24 


698 


0.4 


150 4 


1460 


9.39 


1 ,497.89 


N 


6.906 


41 


597 


36 


5,622 


32.1 


540 


30 


74.3 


1.2 


179.9 


17.41 


9.19 


1,162.07 


D 


4,715 


24 


432 


22 


6,651 


33.9 


504 


29 


50.5 


1.0 


184 1 


13.76 


5.69 


1.065 80 


1983 J 


6,485 


34 


577 


24 


3,352 


19.7 


371 


20 


71.1 


0.3 


142.6 


20 35 


5.98 


1.061.21 


F 


6.085 


30 


533 


26 


4,579 


23.1 


491 


24 


81.5 


0.6 


136.8 


22.72 


5.82 


1,066.63 


M 


6,062 


33 


600 


35 


6,063 


29.3 


562 


25 


106.9 


4.0 


198 3 


27 79 


7.06 


1,075.27 


A 


5,626 


28 


510 


20 


4,997 


27.8 


593 


25 


886 


1.0 


181.6 


14.81 


6.31 


1.071.56 


M 


5,783 


26 


595 


15 


4,609 


29.5 


457 


23 


106.2 


0.8 


2057 


17.79 


7.67 


1.068.13 


J 


5,621 


30 


596 


35 


6.518 


36.9 


559 


26 


82.1 


0.8 


238.1 


17.42 


8.89 


1,010.97 


J 


1,661 


7 


112 


5 


4.653 


28.3 


322 


23 


91.1 


1.2 


242.4 


8.70 


3.43 


1.054 41 


A 


4,784 


28 


532 


18 


8,944 


36.7 


679 


32 


90.4 


0.5 


248.4 


11.16 


8.49 


1,043.27 


s 


5.623 


33 


552 


26 


3.631 


25.5 


456 


21 


75.1 


04 


206.8 


11.45 


8.93 


1,001.44 





5.529 


31 


558 


25 


4,125 


27.9 


405 


23 


849 


0.8 


167.2 


16.64 


7.92 


1,026.31 


N 


6.397 


38 


640 


24 


5,383 


29.7 


554 


24 


108 1 


1.3 


185.5 


19.37 


8.52 


1.019.41 


D 


4,289 


25 


416 


19 


6,261 


30.5 


574 


26 


76.6 


3.5 


179.9 


20.83 


5.67 


1 ,025.05 


1984 J 


5,776 


35 


584 


23 


3,022 


172 


401 


19 


63.1 


04 


134.2 


21 24 


6.08 


1.020.64 


F 


5,639 


38 


602 


18 


4,406 


20.6 


542 


20 


72.1 


0.7 


1489 


23.89 


6.79 


1 ,024.07 


M 


5,835 


35 


640 


34 


6.341 


29.7 


701 


21 


103.9 


0.8 


186.9 


23 40 


7.41 


1,028.71 


A 


5,092 


28 


577 


20 


3.373 


16.9 


368 


18 


98.5 


09 


176.3 


22.38 


6.36 


1.027.12 


M 


5,530 


28 


604 


16 


5,179 


29.7 


520 


24 


1062 


0.9 


235.9 


15.57 


8.12 


1 ,022.54 


J 


5,130 


29 


571 


24 


7,134 


31 3 


611 


22 


139.9 


1.2 


251.9 


14.36 


8.12 


1 ,020.85 


J 


2,126 


50 


68 


7 


4,126 


27.2 


337 


21 


112.5 


0.6 


— 









'Intended for cigarettes includes pipe. plug, chewing, twist, snuff etc 'Sales to wholesalers, retailers and institutions which are subject to excise duty 'Includes sales for 
ships' air stores, embassies of Canada and for export "End of period 
Sources: Production and Disposition of Tobacco Products (32-022), Statistics Canada. 

Table 8: Rubber (metric tonnes) 



Year 


Imports 

natural and 

synthetic 

(million 

pounds) 


Production 




Consumption 




Consumption of natural, 
synthetic & reclaimed rubber 








Tires 
and tubes 


Footwear 


Wire 

and cable 




month 


Synthetic 


Natural 


Synthetic 


Reclaimed 


Total' 


Natural 


D 


2099 


345075 


345077 


345078 


345088 


345089 


345090 


345091 


345092 


345094 


1982 


187.28 


181 701 


72 852 


171 356 


8 179 


255 555 


176 523 


4 450 


X 


6 857 


1983 


235.32 


178 106 


84 682 


185 471 


8 905 


280 076 


189 643 


4 932 


832 


7 252 


1982 J 


11.57 


16 708 


3 842 


9 245 


520 


13 607 


9 797 


120 


X 


8 662 


A 


14.12 


18 935 


5 321 


13 285 


627 


19 187 


13011 


335 


X 


8100 


S 


15.49 


15 082 


6 513 


15 420 


862 


22 795 


15 941 


444 


X 


8 095 


O 


13.00 


10541 


6 466 


15 188 


538 


22 195 


15 446 


290 


X 


7 235 


N 


2431 


14 629 


6 641 


14 797 


655 


22 093 


15 721 


352 


X 


6116 


D 


11.07 


16 274 


5 367 


12 077 


537 


17 981 


11 959 


292 


X 


6 857 


1983 J 


20.03 


16 162 


5 821 


13 780 


564 


20 165 


13 987 


459 


X 


6 819 


F 


1608 


X 


6 894 


15 758 


844 


23 496 


16 324 


431 


X 


6 820 


M 


18.83 


17 142 


7 494 


16 600 


931 


25 025 


16 737 


438 


X 


5 753 


A 


2067 


11 224 


7 075 


15 697 


830 


23 602 


16 054 


364 


X 


6 339 


M 


1895 


13 025 


7 503 


16 675 


764 


24 942 


16 791 


394 


X 


6 047 


J 


2047 


13 774 


6 689 


16 183 


778 


23 650 


15211 


439 


X 


6 578 


J 


14.93 


15 495 


4 663 


9 869 


488 


15 020 


10 432 


144 


X 


6 694 


A 


1890 


14 404 


6 735 


15 547 


624 


22 906 


14 687 


440 


X 


7 499 


S 


1859 


13 670 


6 950 


15 736 


782 


24 468 


15 609 


599 


X 


6 798 


O 


23.01 


16 958 


7 861 


17 155 


799 


25 815 


17 551 


481 


X 


7 324 


N 


23.17 


14 858 


9 285 


17 836 


818 


27 957 


19 528 


466 


X 


6 197 


D 


21.69 


15 015 


7 712 


14 635 


683 


23 030 


16 732 


277 


X 


7 252 


1984 J 


26 84 




















F 


2276 




















M 


29 69 




















A 


21 80 




















M 


2001 




















J 


15.16 





















'End ol period 'Consumption in Manufacturing of Foamed Rubber. Rug Underlay-Other 

Sources: Consumption, Production and Inventories ol Rubber (33-003), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



76 



September 1984 
Table 9: Footwear 



Section 6— Table 9 















Footwear 














Boots and Shoes — 


dress and casual 






Boots & 




Athletic Footwear 
















Ice Skate 


















Infant's 


Shoes- 




Boots 




Year 


Total 




Men's 


Boy's 


Women's 


Girl's 


and 


work & 




(with or 


All 


and 


all 




sizes 


sizes 


sizes 


sizes 


little 


utility 




without 


other 


month 


types 


Total 


6 and up 


under 6 


4 and up 


under 4 


children's 


types 


Slippers 


Total blades) 


footwear 


D 


345653 


345654 


345655 


345656 


345657 


345658 


345659 


345660 


345661 


345662 345663 


345665 


1982 


36,670 


23,584 


5,720 


983 


14,046 


974 


1,861 


4,260 


5,024 


1,633 1,122 


750 


1983 


39,119 


25,105 


6,547 


885 


14,709 


1.019 


1,945 


5.037 


5,278 


X X 


X 


1982 A 


3,286 


2,113 


492 


73 


1,301 


87 


160 


321 


501 


109 72 


76 


S 


3,365 


2,102 


499 


76 


1,299 


51 


177 


372 


529 


120 83 


86 





2,969 


1,815 


450 


84 


1,071 


60 


150 


378 


511 


110 67 


83 


N 


2,843 


1,808 


490 


79 


1,049 


72 


118 


374 


470 


82 40 


53 


D 


2,023 


1,413 


355 


75 


832 


42 


109 


252 


275 


32 9 


39 


1983 J 


2,460 


1,770 


406 


72 


1,103 


53 


136 


327 


238 


X X 


X 


F 


2,962 


2,083 


524 


77 


1,224 


85 


173 


343 


287 


86 40 


X 


M 


3,330 


2,235 


465 


71 


1,460 


79 


160 


376 


318 


174 104 


80 


A 


3,155 


2,056 


486 


71 


1,280 


72 


147 


343 


379 


174 136 


88 


M 


3,372 


2,136 


549 


68 


1,287 


100 


132 


382 


429 


172 130 


92 


J 


3,863 


2,495 


675 


119 


1,378 


114 


209 


442 


472 


157 117 


94 


J 


1,877 


1,187 


306 


53 


686 


44 


98 


243 


263 


90 61 


24 


A 


4,090 


2,499 


627 


82 


1,434 


116 


240 


541 


623 


174 109 


88 


S 


3,981 


2,425 


661 


96 


1.405 


92 


171 


532 


624 


178 115 


85 


O 


3,583 


2,094 


656 


63 


1,154 


79 


142 


524 


638 


153 102 


83 


N 


3,993 


2,447 


723 


67 


1,345 


109 


203 


596 


711 


103 x 


60 


D 


2,453 


1,678 


469 


46 


953 


76 


134 


388 


296 


44 x 


28 


1984 J 


3,245 


2,186 


517 


54 


1,391 


88 


136 


548 


313 


69 X 


34 


F 


4,003 


2,620 


599 


71 


1,600 


108 


242 


643 


439 


148 x 


34 


M 


3,890 


2,534 


629 


83 


1,505 


100 


217 


535 


490 


159 x 


59 


A 


3,689 


2,231 


553 


93 


1,306 


99 


180 


X 


579 


184 97 


90 


M 


4,207 


2,476 


578 


107 


1,461 


130 


200 


684 


609 


196 92 


86 


J 


4,281 


2,488 


588 


69 


1,526 


111 


194 


671 


636 


203 93 


98 


J 


2.701 


1,525 


343 


36 


891 


100 


155 


368 


507 


142 74 


55 



Source: Footwear Statistics (33-002), Statistics Canada. 



77 



Section 6— Tables 10 and 11 

Table 10: Production of sawn lumber 1 (million feet, board measure) 



September 1984 



Year and 
month 


Canada 


NS 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Sask 


Aha. 


B.C. 


D 


2267 


2270 


2271 


2272 


2273 


2275 


2276 


2277 



1982 
1983 

1982 J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



15,916 


142 


300 


2.761 


1.637 


171 


749 


10,109 


20.329 


152 


469 


3,672 


1.846 


X 


892 


13,041 


1,037 7 


15.5 


325 


1845 


83.7 


9.2 


45.5 


665.5 


1.291.2 


15.1 


32.3 


2779 


150.5 


16.3 


47.3 


748.5 


1,431.6 


12.3 


30.1 


2587 


1486 


144 


67.6 


896.3 


1.389.7 


10.9 


29.1 


271 2 


125 1 


18.6 


45.7 


885.7 


1 ,324.6 


10.9 


27.3 


2608 


130.5 


13.0 


50.3 


830.9 


1,292.0 


76 


27.9 


204.7 


112.4 


107 


58.2 


8666 


1,461.7 


5.6 


20.0 


226.1 


126 


14.9 


86.7 


977.0 


1,635.4 


59 


27.5 


2826 


147.2 


16.6 


87.0 


1,063.6 


1,836.8 


8.1 


31.2 


323.9 


160 3 


17.6 


120.0 


1,171.0 


1,643.1 


10.6 


31.3 


289 1 


158 8 


19.2 


44.4 


1,082.4 


1,629.8 


144 


41.1 


297 8 


1549 


9.9 


48.3 


1,058.6 


1,794.7 


15.4 


44.7 


329.3 


168.7 


16.2 


42.5 


1,172.8 


1,540 


15.2 


43.0 


2343 


110.6 


14.2 


45.2 


1.074.9 


1,752.4 


16.7 


47.0 


336 .1 


163.9 


20.7 


63.6 


1 .098 8 


1.835.1 


16.3 


47.7 


341.3 


167.3 


19.3 


60.7 


1,177.4 


1.825.6 


18.6 


45.4 


334.7 


170.2 


19.3 


886 


1,144.2 


1.744.7 


13.5 


44.6 


372.8 


175.1 


X 


53.7 


1.063.3 


1.630.2 


11.6 


45.1 


3038 


142.6 


14.1 


151.3 


956.9 


1,751.0 


122 


240 


286.6 


172.8 


15.9 


102.8 


1,129.8 


1,721.2 


13.4 


33.1 


3335 


165.9 


19.2 


103.1 


1,043.8 


1.691.0 


13.0 


38.3 


348.9 


140.1 


18 4 


103.1 


1 ,020.3 


1.879.7 


14.6 


41.7 


334.6 


137.9 


21.3 


135.4 


1,178.6 


1,846.6 


18.2 


42.4 


351.8 


194.7 


21.0 


40.0 


1,168.5 


1,847.5 


19.6 


44.2 


331.9 


196 1 


204 


33.2 


1,192.5 



'Excludes Newfoundland, P.E.I., Manitoba, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories, which, together account lor less than 1% of the total. 

Sources: Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills (35-002), (35-003), monthly. Sawmills and Planing Mills (35-204), annual, Statistics Canada. 



Table 1 1 : Pulpwood, wood pulp and newsprint 





Pulpwood 

production' 

(thousand 

cubic metres) 




Wood pulp production' 




Wood pulp 
exports 3 


Newsprint 
production 




Newsprint shipments 




Year 


Total 


Mechanical 


Chemical 


Total 


Domestic 


Export 4 


month 




Thousand metric tonnes 






Thousand metric tonnes 




D 


2289 


2290 


2291 


2292 


2293 


2294 


2295 


2296 


2297 


1982 


41 ,337 


17 008.6 


6 815.9 


10 175.2 


6,741 


8117 


8 074 


934 


7 139 


1983 


43,027 


19 123.0 


7 708.1 


1 1 400. 1 


7,521 


8 486 


8 441 


972 


7 471 


1982 A 


3.933 


1 331.1 


516.0 


813.7 


620 


642 


598 


70 


528 


S 


4.067 


1 181.3 


503.0 


676.9 


527 


557 


601 


63 


538 


O 


4,040 


1 437.9 


583.7 


852.4 


437 


698 


684 


76 


608 


N 


3,941 


1 322 8 


548.9 


772.5 


590 


657 


691 


83 


608 


D 


2.684 


1 200 7 


4970 


7024 


566 


599 


744 


73 


671 


1983 J 


3,001 


1 446.3 


5894 


856.0 


505 


685 


605 


68 


537 


F 


3,548 


1 491 .7 


579.4 


911.3 


554 


654 


607 


70 


538 


M 


3,229 


1 607.4 


647.1 


958.8 


706 


680 


674 


80 


595 


A 


1.586 


1 437.2 


623.3 


812.6 


533 


695 


710 


83 


626 


M 


2.374 


1 602.3 


665.1 


9360 


604 


724 


683 


82 


601 


J 


3.820 


1 695 5 


6803 


1 0142 


726 


719 


795 


83 


713 


J 


3.606 


1 626.4 


621 7 


1 003 4 


594 


699 


679 


76 


603 


A 


4,771 


1 684 1 


646.9 


1 035.9 


671 


726 


696 


82 


614 


S 


4,875 


1 544 


6254 


917.4 


689 


707 


737 


85 


652 


O 


4,443 


1 689 1 


6888 


9990 


666 


750 


764 


85 


679 


N 


4.221 


1 687 5 


6889 


997 2 


605 


774 


766 


97 


669 


D 


3.553 


1 646 1 


669.1 


975.7 


668 


673 


725 


81 


644 


1984 J 


3,861 


1 705 3 


6706 


1 033.6 


705 


757 


699 


79 


620 


F 


3,498 


1 274.8 


6045 


6689 


528 


622 


646 


78 


568 


M 


3.362 


1 338 9 


6443 


692.9 


462 


666 


674 


92 


581 


A 


2.304 


1 577 1 


693 1 


882 5 


486 


737 


701 


90 


611 


M 


2,928 


1 884 5 


775.5 


1 107.6 


689 


811 


850 


99 


751 


J 


4.056 


1 812.9 


734.0 


1 077.7 


722 


780 


872 


100 


772 


J 




1 835 6 


759.7 


1 074.5 




825 


759 


83 


676 



'Pulpwood produced for domestic use and excluding exports, but including receipts of purchased roundwood 'Total pulp production covers "screenings" which are already included in 
exports "Screenings" are excluded throughout from mechanical and chemical pulp 'Customs exports 'Mill shipments destined for export 

Sources: Pulpwood and Wood Residue Statistics (25-001), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada; Bulletins of the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association: 
"Monthly Pulp Summary" and "Monthly Newsprint Statistics". 



78 



September 1984 

Table 12: Primary iron and steel (thousand metric tonnes) 



Section 6— Table 12 



Pig 

iron 



Primary production'. 1 



Net shipments of steel shapes to consuming industries 234 
(Rolled steel products only) 



Steel 



Ferro 
alloys 



Ingots 
incl 
conti- 
nuous 
cast 



Castings 



Net 
total 



Steel 
Service 
Centres, 
other 
whole- 
salers 
& ware- 
houses 



Motor 

vehicles 

and 

parts 



Railway 
operating 



Railroad 
cars and 
locomo- 
tive 2 



Ship- 
building 



Steel 
fabri- 
cation 



Metal 
building 
systems 



Contrac- 
tors 

products 



2312 



2313 



345165 



345166 



345167 



345168 



345169 



345170 



345171 



345172 



345173 



8,000.1 
8,5668 

602.7 
629.1 
645.7 
586.3 
513.6 
454.9 



1849 
177.8 

86 
10.3 
14.0 
15.5 
18.3 
13.7 



1 1 ,865.0 
12,832.3 

833.0 
929.8 
965.0 
814.1 
760.9 
621.5 



11,756.8 
12,728.2 

8246 
9244 
9580 
809.2 
754.6 
615.1 



108.2 
104.1 

8.4 
5.4 
7.0 
49 
6.3 
6.4 



9,323.4 
9,996.2 

667.4 
750.7 
787.6 
791.5 
785.6 
473.2 



1,219.1 
1,549.9 

79.8 

95.8 

107.9 

110.4 

104.2 

72.5 



1,081.8 
1,640.1 

92.8 
97.7 
103.6 
87.7 
78.0 
53.5 



245.7 
2869 

53 
7.5 
14.8 
23.2 
19.4 
22.9 



53.1 
50.0 

8.7 
6.1 
3.1 
1.2 
1.7 
0.6 



25.6 
18.6 

1.5 
1.8 
1.5 
0.7 
1.0 
1.3 



665.7 
717.4 

43.9 
48.2 
58.1 
55.7 
58.3 
40.1 



38.2 
38.6 

19 
20 
2.0 
2.5 
1.6 
0.6 



345.6 
4000 

18.6 
23.7 
29.4 
27.9 
25.6 
12.8 



983 J 


504.5 


13.6 


743.4 


737.7 


5.7 


616.4 


101.0 


102.2 


28.1 


0.4 


1.1 


435 


0.8 


18.0 


F 


566.3 


13.1 


844.8 


842.1 


2.7 


676 1 


1088 


112.8 


18.6 


06 


0.9 


45.2 


1.0 


24.3 


M 


715.4 


12.9 


1,080.7 


1,076.7 


4.0 


892.6 


141.9 


140.8 


38.5 


1.3 


0.4 


55.0 


2.2 


35.6 


A 


771.6 


14.7 


1,131.8 


1,123.0 


8.8 


840.4 


131.5 


1376 


22.3 


0.7 


1.3 


64.3 


4.4 


35.9 


M 


719.8 


17.2 


1 ,078.6 


1,068.7 


9.9 


906.0 


146.5 


153.8 


29.4 


1.8 


2.6 


57.7 


4.9 


44.5 


J 


737.5 


17.8 


1,131.9 


1,120.4 


11.5 


930.4 


157.3 


140 4 


24.4 


98 


1.8 


61.7 


4.4 


39.8 


J 


731.8 


13.6 


1,019.4 


1,011.9 


7.5 


7278 


115.1 


114.5 


22.1 


11.1 


3.0 


54.2 


4.1 


40.3 


A 


736.8 


14.2 


1,105.3 


1,096.8 


8.5 


807.1 


122.4 


135.0 


12.5 


6.1 


1.7 


620 


4.9 


43.9 


S 


764.3 


15.7 


1,187.2 


1,175.1 


12.1 


918.4 


142.0 


152.2 


15.3 


2.4 


1.0 


770 


4.7 


36.6 


O 


818.8 


16.2 


1,239.3 


1,227.0 


12.3 


953.2 


137.0 


156.4 


28.1 


5.9 


1.7 


68.5 


2.9 


33.2 


N 


775.1 


14.8 


1,198.4 


1.187.1 


11.3 


971.6 


143.2 


1640 


25.0 


54 


0.7 


72.6 


2.2 


28.9 


D 


724.9 


14.0 


1,071.5 


1,061.7 


9.8 


756.2 


103.2 


130.4 


22.6 


4.5 


2.4 


55.7 


2.1 


19.0 



793.9 
777.5 
858.1 
831.4 
849.4 
821.1 



14.7 
13.9 
19.6 
17.1 
16.7 
16.5 



1 .236.3 
1,2187 
1,343.4 
1 ,295.8 
1,301.1 
1,254.1 



1,226.7 
1,208.1 
1,332.3 
1,283.7 
1 ,287.3 
1,240.5 



9.6 
10.6 
11.1 
12.1 
13.8 
13.6 



996.2 

927.2 

1.071.4 

9644 

1.074.9 

1 .063.8 



145.6 
146.0 
171.2 
147.1 
148.6 
159.0 



181.3 
166.5 
191.3 
176.9 
198.9 
189.4 



31.1 
29.8 
31.1 
25.1 
27.4 
31.0 



2.4 

19 
4.4 
5.2 
7.8 
11.4 



2.9 
1.1 
0.5 
0.9 
0.8 
5.0 



69.1 
63.8 
65.9 
61.5 
71.6 
68.8 



2.2 
1.6 
2.4 
2.2 
3.6 
4.4 



28.4 
28.1 
36.6 
34.9 
43.5 
49.8 



Net shipments of steel shapes to consuming industries 23 .' 
(Rolled steel products only) 



Stamping, 

pressing, 

coating 



Natural 

resources 

and 

extractive 

industries 



Agricul- 
tural 
equipment 



Non- 
electrical 
machinery 



Electrical 
machinery 



Industrial 
packaging 
equipment 



Pipes 

and 

tubes 



Wire 
and wire 
products 



Containers 

and 

closures 



Appliances 

and 

utensils 



Miscel- 
laneous 



Export 

to 

USA. 



Export 
to other 
countries 



345174 



345175 



345176 



345177 



345179 



345180 



345181 



345182 



345183 



345184 



345185 



345186 



338.7 
390.8 



177.0 
154.7 



93.0 
89.8 



147.2 
137.9 



93.4 
101.1 



101.8 
137.5 



1 ,099.4 
1,030.7 



594.8 
775.6 



402.5 
412.4 



93.1 
119.7 



47.6 
398 



1,014.7 
1 .605.6 



1,445.4 
299.1 



19.8 
25.1 
27.0 
23.9 
24.4 
19.0 



8.7 
10.7 
12.7 
12.9 
13.3 

9.7 



1.7 
5.0 
5.1 
4.4 
5.7 
4.3 



6.6 
8.8 
9.7 
9.8 
12.1 
8.3 



3.7 
8.6 
7.0 
6.9 
9.0 
5.4 



6.6 
8.0 
8.3 
7.9 
7.6 
6.1 



51.9 
58.7 
58.0 
63.9 
61.2 
56.4 



248 
49.0 
50.3 
53.9 
60.0 
30.1 



33.2 
40.9 
29.5 
24.2 
22.7 
16.8 



4.2 
7.1 
8.3 
81 
9.6 
6.4 



28 
3.5 
3.5 
3.6 
2.7 
2.2 



75.4 
77.3 
96.8 
80.3 
81.6 
360 



175.5 
165.2 
151.0 
182.4 
185.9 
68.2 



983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



24.0 
25.7 
27.8 
35.5 
38.1 
34.5 
31.4 
37.1 
38.4 
33.3 
38.7 
26.3 



10.7 
8.6 
13.4 
17.1 
12.6 
13.8 
10.3 
11.6 
13.5 
12.9 
18.6 
11.6 



7.9 
9.0 
8.7 
7.4 
8.8 
6.6 
6.1 
5.1 
8.7 
7.0 
77 
6.8 



10.0 
9.5 
11.5 
13.1 
11.7 
10.6 
8.6 
14.0 
13.5 
11.4 
13.2 
10.8 



7.9 

7.9 
10.0 
7.9 
7.9 
9.9 
4.7 
8.0 
9.4 
8.7 
11.1 
7.7 



10.2 
11.2 
12.1 
12.1 
15.0 
17.9 
10.6 
10.5 

9.5 
10.0 
10.2 

8.2 



71.3 
78.8 
90.4 
85.7 
92.8 
76.6 
55.0 
81.9 
85.4 
105.5 
110.7 
96.6 



35.3 
48.4 
69.4 
63.8 
67.1 
80.9 
60.3 
63.3 
74.0 
70.0 
78.2 
64.9 



42.3 
34.3 
38.8 
36.9 
36.0 
36.6 
33.5 
37.0 
35.5 
26.6 
35.4 
19.5 



11.1 

9.6 
10.0 

9.4 
10.5 
10.3 

6.1 
10.0 
10.8 
12.0 
11.3 

8.6 



3.2 
2.7 
4.4 
3.2 
2.9 
2.6 
1.5 
1.0 
5.7 
4.6 
3.8 
4.2 



77.7 
100.9 
148.1 
121.7 
133.0 
153.4 
120.5 
120.3 
147.4 
178.5 
161.2 
142.9 



9.7 

17.3 
32.3 
28.6 
28.4 
37.1 
14.8 
18.8 
35.4 
39.0 
29.5 
8.2 



1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



36.0 
33.0 
37.1 
37.9 
43.2 
46.2 



13.2 
13.3 
16.2 
13.1 
15.9 
14.4 



11.5 
11.4 
11.7 
10.1 
10.4 
8.5 



16.5 
13.5 
14.3 
14.7 
16.3 
14.4 



11.6 
11.7 
11.0 
9.7 
11.2 
13.2 



11.5 
11.9 
10.8 
11.8 
12.9 
14.9 



116.7 
116.0 
132.3 
126.4 
136.8 
136.1 



76.2 
71.5 
87.6 
67.4 
89.0 
68.3 



40.1 
32.7 
39.0 
30.8 
32.5 
33.9 



13.2 
10.8 
9.6 
6.7 
8.1 
7.4 



6.7 
7.0 
8.0 
6.8 
6.2 
6.4 



168.9 
144.1 
165.2 
157.5 
164.0 
150.8 



11.1 

11.5 
25.2 
17.7 
26.2 
30.5 



Data compiled according to the Steel Distribution Index revised January, 1964 'Figures on net shipments relate to semi finished and rolled steel products only Shipments to con- 
suming industries of castings, forgings and steel pipe are not included. ^Excluding shipments for re-processing at maker's own plant 'Data compiled as submitted by the steel 
producers according to the steel industry distribution code. 
Source: Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), Statistics Canada. 



79 



Section 6— Table 13 

Table 13: New motor vehicles 



September 1984 







New motor 


vehicles 








New 


motor vehicle sales 












Passenge 


cars 








Passenger 




Commercial 








Imports 








North 






North 










less 










American 


Overseas 


American 




Overseas 


Year 
and 




re-exports 




Exports 


Total 


manufactured 


manufactured 


manufactured 


manufactured 


month 




( Thousand units 


) 


( 






Million dollars 






) 


D 




2357 




2360 


2363 




2364 




2365 


2366 




2367 


1982 




537.39 




705.71 


9.824 




4,856.3 


2,181.2 


2,423.0 




363.4 


1983 




73681 




866 56 


12,1963 




6.7005 


2,3409 


2,728.8 




426.1 


1982 A 




40.01 




46 80 


7526 




373.7 




1848 


165.5 




28.6 


S 




44 88 




73 22 


786.2 




3632 




212.3 


169.2 




41.5 







3567 




51.60 


7336 




345.1 




1829 


166.5 




39.0 


N 




38 54 




54.47 


7652 




3890 




182.7 


162.2 




31.4 


D 




31 79 




53.10 


729.5 




3939 




138 6 


162.2 




34.8 


1983 J 




3626 




55.94 


5802 




2950 




125.7 


138.3 




21.2 


F 




63.42 




75.43 


681.0 




3408 




1670 


148.6 




246 


M 




62 36 




7294 


1,138.3 




6242 




223.9 


250.7 




39.5 


A 




70.31 




74.87 


1.244 8 




7206 




200.1 


284.1 




40.1 


M 




79.74 




90 46 


1.187.2 




674.5 




2387 


227.1 




46.9 


J 




66 24 




89 23 


1,251.5 




721 4 




220.0 


259.7 




50.3 


J 




53 80 




5669 


941 4 




547.5 




158 6 


201.2 




34.1 


A 




3585 




44 93 


1 ,002 6 




5066 




216.7 


238.7 




40.5 


S 




57 92 




5837 


9067 




514.1 




1406 


219.9 




32.1 







76.35 




68.65 


1,164.2 




647.6 




212.0 


273.9 




30.8 


N 




75.32 




9051 


1,200 




663.2 




2400 


258.6 




38.1 


D 




5924 




88 54 


8983 




4449 




197.5 


227.9 




28.0 


1984 J 




50.25 




81 64 


923 6 




497.7 




152.0 


246.5 




27.3 


F 




7644 




99 25 


1,120.6 




5853 




221.2 


285.6 




28.5 


M 




82 98 




103.61 


1.528.3 




823.5 




261.3 


409.9 




33.6 


A 




87 80 




100 35 


1,471.4 




8540 




215.4 


369.5 




32.5 


M 




87 87 




102 15 


1,683 2 




9307 




311.7 


406.7 




34.1 


J 




80 49 




106.56 


1,620.6 




8733 




285.6 


424.4 




37.2 


J 










1,260 6 




6634 




2444 


314.8 




37.9 












New motor 


/ehicle sales 






















Passenge 










Commercial 












North American 










North 






Total 




Total 


Manufactured 


Overseas manufactured 


Total 




American 


Overseas 
























Manu- 


manu- 


Year 
and 


Unadj 


SA 


Unadj 


SA 


Unadj 


SA. 


Unadj 


SA. 


Unad| 


SA. 


factured 


factured 


month 












Units 












D 


2368 


4970 


2373 


4975 


2369 


4971 


2370 


4972 


2374 


4973 


2371 


2372 


1982 


920,902 




713,481 




489,435 




224.046 




207.421 




166.986 


40,435 


1983 


1.081,088 




843,318 




625,088 




218.230 




237.770 




192,609 


45,161 


1982 A 


72,186 


77.284 


57,218 


61.006 


37,712 


42,257 


19,506 


18.749 


14.968 


16.278 


1 1 ,726 


3.242 


S 


75,973 


80.125 


60.133 


62.545 


37.832 


42,127 


22,301 


20.418 


15.840 


17.580 


1 1 ,085 


4.755 





69,496 


67,640 


53.854 


51.840 


35.199 


32.019 


18.655 


19,821 


15.642 


15.800 


11,351 


4.291 


N 


72,150 


75.521 


57,405 


59,616 


39,714 


41,813 


17.691 


17.803 


14,745 


15.905 


1 1 ,259 


3.486 


D 


66,818 


92,347 


51.998 


73,371 


38.949 


55.632 


13.049 


17,739 


14,820 


18,976 


10,998 


3,822 


1983 J 


53.005 


75.390 


40.931 


59.238 


28.643 


40.960 


12.288 


18,278 


12,074 


16,152 


9,790 


2,284 


F 


61 ,693 


72.084 


48.740 


57,014 


32.067 


37.655 


16.673 


19,359 


12.953 


15,070 


10,275 


2,678 


M 


103,466 


86,746 


81 ,206 


68,273 


59,184 


50,024 


22.022 


18.249 


22,260 


18,473 


17,914 


4,346 


A 


113,007 


91.889 


88,354 


71,784 


68,924 


53,619 


19.430 


18,165 


24.653 


20.105 


20.291 


4,362 


M 


109,377 


90,222 


87,861 


72,488 


64,664 


53,618 


23,197 


18,870 


21.516 


17,734 


16.494 


5,022 


J 


112,812 


91 ,869 


88,519 


72,698 


67,982 


54,500 


20,537 


18.198 


24.293 


19.171 


18,992 


5,301 


J 


83,221 


87,824 


64.963 


68.148 


50.940 


54,086 


14,023 


14,062 


18.258 


19.676 


14,721 


3,537 


A 


89,636 


91,473 


68.586 


69.791 


47,396 


49,939 


21,190 


19,852 


21.050 


21 ,682 


16,771 


4,279 


S 


79,869 


87,663 


61 ,382 


66.831 


47,884 


54,476 


13,498 


12,355 


18,487 


20,832 


15,073 


3,414 





100,117 


96,093 


78,223 


73.960 


59,333 


53,926 


18.890 


20,034 


21.894 


22.133 


18,644 


3,250 


N 


100,686 


103,495 


78,514 


79.650 


58.447 


59.821 


20,067 


19,829 


22.172 


23,845 


18,286 


3,886 


D 


74.199 


104,321 


56,039 


80.555 


39,624 


57.987 


16,415 


22,568 


18,160 


23.766 


15.358 


2.802 


1984 J 


76,960 


108,144 


57.353 


82.434 


44.276 


63.478 


13,077 


18.956 


19.607 


25.710 


16,815 


2.792 


F 


92,391 


104.739 


70,090 


79.873 


51.934 


59,612 


18,156 


20.261 


22.301 


24,866 


19,442 


2.859 


M 


128,129 


110,331 


96,351 


83.713 


73,712 


64.128 


22,639 


19,585 


31,778 


26,618 


28,416 


3,362 


A 


121.377 


101.687 


93,085 


77,581 


75,751 


60,395 


17.334 


17.186 


28,292 


24,106 


25.177 


3,115 


M 


138.643 


106.613 


107,927 


81.606 


82,944 


63.068 


24,983 


18,538 


30,716 


25.007 


27.489 


3.227 


J 


133,057 


110,567 


102,250 


85,476 


77,932 


63.243 


24,318 


22,233 


30,807 


25,091 


27.352 


3.455 


J 


104.721 


111,909 


80,247 


86,065 


59,019 


62.862 


21 ,228 


23,203 


24,474 


25,844 


20.914 


3,560 



Sources: Motor Vehicle Shipments (42-002), New Motor Vehicle Sales (63-007), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



80 



September 1984 

rable 14: Production of motor vehicles in Canada 



Section 6— Table 14 



ifear 




Total 




Total 






Cars 
























and 




all 




all 
















nonth 




vehicles 




cars 




Ford 


General Motors 


Americar 


Motors 




Volvo 


D 




125000 




125001 




125015 


125029 




125002 




125055 


1982 




1 ,276,040 




307,645 




283,059 


334,646 




30,341 




10,165 


1983 




1,534,710 




378,317 




293,999 


538.639 




29.448 




10,378 


1982 M 




136,053 




85.562 




36,235 


31.210 




2,436 




900 


J 




149.394 




93.940 




36,699 


36,116 




2,677 




990 


J 




72,617 




46.431 




9.054 


27,194 




2,052 




945 


A 




107,497 




68,509 




28,715 


18.083 




5,346 




197 


S 




106.326 




71,376 




22,201 


30,784 




2,380 




867 







90,311 




54,284 




15,475 


23.479 




1.962 




899 


N 




86,661 




57,082 




19,380 


31,388 




2,437 




945 


D 




75,979 




50,515 




19.357 


21 ,326 




2,053 




765 


1983 J 




107,773 




73,345 




17.017 


35.050 




3.093 




900 


F 




116.268 




77,863 




17,048 


40.375 




1,956 




855 


M 




134,998 




87,041 




9.176 


53.992 




1,481 




1.035 


A 




137,180 




89,588 




13,237 


51,312 




3,107 




900 


M 




156,516 




105,403 




28,724 


51 .969 




3.436 




945 


J 




156,123 




101,920 




34,568 


55.683 




2.459 




989 


J 




78,324 




52,796 




9,928 


41 .494 




924 




450 


A 




96,763 




56.110 




33.585 


19.538 




2,181 




806 


S 




123,674 




71,999 




29,655 


38,886 




2,513 




945 







133,605 




79,831 




25,806 


50,437 




2,688 




900 


N 




157,472 




98.263 




38,222 


55,929 




3,179 




933 


D 




136,014 




84.158 




37,033 


43.974 




2,431 




720 


1984 J 




151,192 




88,447 




29,340 


55.617 




2,556 




934 


F 




157,966 




88,565 




31,649 


53.576 




2,429 




911 


M 




177,779 




98,733 




41,234 


54.437 




2,072 




990 


A 




168,819 




98,419 




37,910 


58,395 




1,214 




900 










Trucks and Vans 














/ear 
























and 












International 












month 


Total 


Chrysler 


Ford 




GM 


Harvester 


Mack Western Star 


Freightliner 


Paccar 


D 


125059 


125060 


125061 




125062 


125065 


125067 


125066 


124983 


124984 


1982 


468,395 


95.317 


132,531 




227,277 


10,947 


796 


641 




225 


661 


1983 


556,393 


139,189 


144.147 




263.567 


5.687 


1,457 


596 




681 


1.069 


1982 M 


50,491 


10,075 


15,712 




23,435 


1,073 


139 


57 




_ 





J 


55,454 


11,202 


16,795 




26,103 


1,155 


153 


46 




— 


— 


J 


26,186 


4,694 


7,117 




13,928 


315 


60 


12 




— 


60 


A 


38,988 


10,010 


16.026 




1 1 ,735 


1.110 


27 


62 




11 


7 


S 


34,950 


10,511 


6,573 




17,300 


370 


62 


63 




44 


27 





36,027 


9,293 


9,429 




16,405 


742 


— 


36 




42 


80 


N 


29,579 


1,883 


10,281 




16.119 


1,157 


— 


24 




68 


47 


D 


25,464 


4.341 


8,172 




11,934 


879 


— 


38 




60 


40 


1983 J 


34,428 


10,715 


6,579 




16,501 


590 










39 


4 


F 


38,405 


10,485 


9,804 




17,837 


238 


— 


2 




39 


— 


M 


47,957 


12,337 


14,431 




20,332 


707 


— 


26 




54 


70 


A 


47,592 


10,336 


11,710 




24,487 


939 


— 


41 




50 


29 


M 


51,113 


11,192 


15,192 




23.853 


742 


11 


38 




13 


72 


J 


54,203 


1 1 ,588 


15.480 




26,846 


— 


115 


36 




54 


84 


J 


25,528 


4,548 


3,889 




16,837 


— 


132 


37 




45 


40 


A 


40,653 


10,704 


10,956 




18,089 


524 


132 


64 




66 


118 


S 


51 ,675 


11,154 


14,321 




25,500 


406 


83 


39 




65 


107 


O 


53,774 


12,750 


14,174 




25,110 


523 


713 


105 




69 


330 


N 


59.209 


15,574 


15,532 




27,117 


585 


133 


102 




84 


82 


D 


51,856 


17,806 


12,079 




21 ,058 


433 


138 


106 




103 


133 


1984 J 


62,623 


24,511 


10,733 




26.364 


571 


192 


138 




114 


122 


F 


55,974 


29,537 


13,427 




25,285 


586 


129 


150 




127 


160 


M 


79,046 


34,936 


14,723 




28,031 


646 


199 


159 




162 


190 


A 


70,400 


31,401 


13,068 




24,603 


601 


189 


177 




185 


176 



Source: Motor Vehicle Manufacturers' Association of Canada. 



81 



Section 6— Table 15 

Table 15: Refrigerators, freezers, washing machines and clothes dryers (thousand units) 



September 1984 



Year 


Mechanical refrigerators, 
domestic type' 


Freezers, domestic 
home and farrr 


type 


Relrigerators 

& freezers. 

household type' 




Domestic 


washing machines' 




Clothes dryers 




and 

month 


Pro- 
duction 


Domestic 
Sales' 


Factory 
stocks* 


Pro- 
duction 


Domestic 
Sales 


Factory 
stocks 4 


Imports 


Exports 


Pro 
duction" 


Sales 28 


Factory 
stocks 4 ' 


Imports 


Exports 


Pro- 
duction 


Sales' 


Factory 
stocks 4 


D 


2385 


339998 


2387 


2395 


339999 


2397 


2388 


2389 


2390 


2391 


2392 


2393 


2394 


2398 


2399 


2400 


1982 


365.74 


368.63 


82.17 


260.3 


272.00 


28.38 


58.47 


77.49 


321.8 


320.59 


51.11 


51 48 


19.50 


246 4 


251 .85 


50.17 


1983 


501 26 


468 18 


9461 


3468 


281 16 


6431 


56 05 


99 33 


3902 


37974 


61.13 


60 33 


20 35 


2943 


299 02 


4670 


1982 A 


24.47 


2874 


80.67 


16.74 


31 69 


47.72 


2.91 


7.54 


2448 


24.15 


44.71 


4.15 


090 


19.95 


17.87 


51.94 


S 


40 56 


3635 


83 89 


24 85 


31 85 


38 83 


6.71 


7.20 


39 62 


30 22 


53.14 


3.56 


1.27 


27 67 


23.50 


56.30 


O 


40.39 


3467 


8635 


2579 


2662 


3529 


2.42 


6.72 


35.17 


31.53 


57.01 


4.26 


1 88 


27.17 


2626 


58 23 


N 


32.45 


34 15 


86 03 


22 35 


24.71 


30.55 


3.97 


5.32 


2567 


26 74 


58.54 


7.75 


1.54 


1758 


24 19 


52.26 


D 


2605 


34 58 


82.17 


14.24 


15.20 


2838 


4.65 


4 14 


24.26 


27.20 


51.11 


4.99 


1.30 


21.17 


23 06 


50 17 


1983 J 


3624 


26 42 


90 14 


27 64 


12.03 


41.74 


6.02 


5.30 


30 93 


22.66 


59.74 


3.45 


1.39 


23 60 


18.82 


5569 


F 


38 98 


3091 


98 12 


2576 


14.45 


51 08 


2.49 


5.03 


3261 


28.14 


65.63 


3.49 


1.21 


24.08 


23.51 


57 08 


M 


3852 


3288 


102 39 


35.72 


17.16 


63 11 


1.48 


7.55 


37.74 


25.24 


77 68 


3.41 


206 


28.61 


18.51 


67.04 


A 


29 18 


3280 


97.23 


32.14 


17.70 


7840 


1.15 


7.45 


21.15 


26.64 


71.75 


3.62 


2.15 


15.61 


1964 


62.57 


M 


51.77 


34 25 


112.33 


35.73 


1929 


92.75 


499 


889 


2391 


24.01 


71.65 


462 


0.74 


17.46 


17.05 


64.06 


J 


49 46 


50 44 


110.37 


38 18 


31.72 


9521 


6.35 


9.37 


40.63 


41.39 


6871 


6.13 


2.63 


31.72 


30 54 


62.05 


J 


2440 


5526 


78.58 


25.20 


38.47 


79.70 


386 


11.32 


18.53 


42.97 


4563 


6.57 


1.35 


14.81 


31.34 


48.27 


A 


3991 


38 43 


77 22 


20 82 


3674 


6070 


5.04 


7.75 


29.86 


31.28 


44 48 


5.57 


1 76 


22.40 


2509 


45.77 


S 


54.94 


50.18 


80.91 


30 27 


3381 


5536 


7.57 


7.43 


4283 


40.64 


4591 


7.55 


1.83 


31.89 


31.70 


46.07 


O 


51.92 


47 03 


81.90 


2833 


2553 


54.86 


4.44 


10 60 


39 86 


36.30 


4842 


6.22 


2.65 


30.51 


30.67 


45.24 


N 


4522 


37.21 


87.49 


29 17 


19.84 


62 73 


9.31 


1078 


36 43 


31.49 


53.17 


4.99 


0.81 


26.50 


26.84 


44.69 


D 


40.72 


3237 


9461 


17.85 


14.42 


64.31 


3.35 


7.86 


35.76 


2898 


61.13 


4.71 


1.77 


27.09 


25.31 


4670 


1984 J 


47.69 


23 82 


1 1 1 .46 


23.81 


13.00 


7368 


767 


8.02 


3631 


24.47 


70.62 


5.17 


1.16 


26 06 


19 98 


52 35 


F 


4431 


3257 


117.89 


17.81 


13.91 


78 14 


2.21 


9.75 


37.12 


29 34 


7808 


3.63 


1.73 


28.49 


24.21 


5657 


M 


48.65 


29 06 


134 09 


20 42 


15.34 


8345 


5.72 


6.88 


43 04 


27.05 


93.77 


3.55 


1.31 


34.66 


21 06 


70 17 


A 


41.90 


31 19 


137.85 


2202 


14.68 


87 80 


5.96 


7.88 


27 79 


26.47 


9379 


5.71 


098 


24.15 


20.39 


73.86 


M 


3597 


33.55 


138.71 


30.70 


21 84 


8869 


1310 


7.27 


3084 


26.05 


9849 


7.08 


1.67 


26.75 


19.42 


80 96 


J 


38 86 


48 39 


128.57 


31 49 


30.11 


83.10 


10.16 


7.90 


3605 


38.90 


94 48 


4.49 


1.69 


32.23 


30.26 


82 29 


J 


22.03 


4598 


102 64 


20 03 


2687 


73 30 






13.62 


36.91 


70.15 






12.18 


27.38 


66 60 



'Gas types are included 'Includes producers' shipments for export 'In some cases these shipments are not at the factory level, and stocks at beginning of month plus production 
less shipments do not equal stocks at end of month 4 End of period 'Electric and other 'Excludes apartment type machines 'Excludes other than electric 
Sources: Production, Sales and Stocks of Major Appliances (43-010), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Statistics Canada. 



82 



Section 7 ■ Fuel, Power, Mining 

;4 1. Electric Energy 

14 2. Electric Energy Available, by Province 

15 3. Coal and Coke 

5 4. Supply and Disposition of Crude Oil and Natural Gas 
>6 5. Statistics of Refined Petroleum Products 
17 6. Metals 

7. Non-metallic Minerals 



83 



Section 7— Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Electric energy (million kilowatt hours) 



September 1984 



1982 
1983 

1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

s 

o 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



Year 






Net generation 






Net exports' 


Total 


month 


Hydraulic 


Thermal 


Total 


Utilities 


Industries 


available 1 


D 


2437 


2438 


2439 


2440 


2441 


2442 


2443 



255.306 


121,499 


376.805 


339,348 


37,457 


31 .365 


345.440 


263.384 


132,144 


395,528 


357,413 


38,115 


35,653 


359.875 


17.698 


8,744 


26,442 


23,630 


2.811 


2.016 


24,414 


18,781 


9,529 


28,310 


25,274 


3,036 


3.419 


24.880 


19.013 


8.986 


27,999 


25,077 


2,922 


3.413 


24.575 


21.177 


9,490 


30,667 


27,422 


3,245 


3,524 


27,131 


22.923 


9,977 


32,900 


29,606 


3,295 


3,282 


29,618 


24.572 


10,489 


35,062 


31,719 


3.343 


2,895 


32,178 


25,175 


1 1 ,694 


36,869 


33,507 


3,362 


2,809 


34.060 


22.515 


1 1 ,056 


33,571 


30,415 


3,156 


2,847 


30.724 


23.365 


1 1 ,479 


34,844 


31,432 


3,412 


2,795 


32.049 


21.004 


10,121 


31,125 


28,001 


3.124 


2,714 


28.41 1 


21 .073 


8.707 


29.780 


26,757 


3.023 


2.260 


27,520 


19.990 


9,076 


29,066 


26,068 


2.998 


2,658 


26.408 


18.860 


10,363 


29,223 


26,154 


3.069 


3,052 


26.171 


19.546 


11,140 


30,686 


27.620 


3.066 


3.290 


27.396 


19.739 


10,661 


30,400 


27.427 


2,973 


3.577 


26.823 


21 .720 


1 1 ,353 


33.073 


29,692 


3,381 


3,514 


29.559 


23,757 


1 1 ,707 


35.464 


32,173 


3.291 


3,052 


32.412 


26,646 


14,066 


40,712 


37.447 


3.265 


3,204 


37,508 


26,818 


14,894 


41.712 


38,392 


3.320 


3,073 


38,639 


23,656 


12,536 


36,192 


33,226 


2.966 


2,817 


33,375 


25.210 


13,303 


38,513 


35,406 


3.107 


2.746 


35,767 


22.990 


10,365 


33,355 


30.285 


3.070 


2.870 


30,485 


23,210 


10.061 


33,271 


30.081 


3,190 


3.073 


30,198 


21,310 


9.744 


31.054 


28,046 


3.008 


2.920 


28,134 



'Less imports 'Total net generation less net exports. 

Note: Monthly data includes all producers of electric energy who generate 20 GWh or more per year. Annual data represent full coverage of generating facilities that may include re- 
visions not available on a monthly basis 
Sources: Electric Power Statistics (57-001), Electric Power Statistics, Volume II (57-202), Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: Electric energy available, by province (million kilowatt hours) 



Year 
























Yukon 


and 
























and 


month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


N.W.T. 


D 


2455 


2456 


2457 


2458 


2459 


2460 


2461 


2462 


2463 


2464 


2465 


2466 


1982 


345,440 


8.562 


512 


6,651 


8.529 


117,966 


106,451 


14,265 


10,236 


27,371 


44,056 


841 


1983 


359,875 


8.760 


531 


6,769 


9,213 


122,264 


112.257 


14.767 


10.747 


29,142 


44.749 


676 


1982 J 


24,424 


494 


43 


498 


587 


7,737 


8,120 


928 


696 


2,160 


3,112 


51 


A 


24,891 


416 


44 


505 


564 


8,089 


8,100 


948 


736 


2,212 


3,226 


50 


S 


24,586 


493 


42 


480 


577 


8,057 


7,815 


1.010 


737 


2,158 


3,165 


53 


O 


27.142 


663 


43 


516 


728 


9.169 


8.242 


1,147 


813 


2,250 


3.510 


61 


N 


29,618 


717 


43 


539 


725 


10.164 


8.796 


1,284 


945 


2,433 


3,905 


67 


D 


32,168 


833 


47 


609 


791 


11,404 


9.338 


1.442 


1,015 


2,570 


4,047 


71 


1983 J 


34,099 


839 


47 


647 


801 


12.370 


10.216 


1.458 


1,007 


2,536 


4.113 


65 


F 


30,772 


764 


41 


593 


788 


11,116 


9,204 


1.320 


896 


2.318 


3.674 


57 


M 


32,049 


833 


45 


624 


796 


11,318 


9.818 


1.391 


956 


2.444 


3,764 


60 


A 


28.411 


678 


41 


541 


674 


10,072 


8,828 


1.156 


807 


2,140 


3,424 


50 


M 


27,520 


700 


42 


535 


651 


9.309 


8,691 


1.097 


773 


2,161 


3,515 


46 


J 


26.408 


621 


41 


517 


657 


8,371 


8,765 


1,031 


794 


2,170 


3,397 


44 


J 


26.171 


580 


44 


493 


673 


8.120 


8,765 


1,022 


772 


2.229 


3.426 


47 


A 


27,396 


622 


46 


504 


712 


8,655 


9.118 


1,071 


840 


2,311 


3,467 


50 


S 


26,823 


639 


44 


487 


698 


8,459 


8.688 


1,045 


822 


2,287 


3,601 


53 


O 


29,559 


711 


44 


548 


808 


9.886 


9,117 


1,170 


903 


2,434 


3.878 


60 


N 


32,412 


831 


46 


604 


844 


1 1 ,367 


9,872 


1.312 


964 


2,520 


3,985 


67 


D 


37,508 


941 


49 


677 


948 


13,324 


11,173 


1,694 


1,218 


2,873 


4,535 


76 


1984 J 


38.639 


960 


48 


700 


1.029 


14,233 


1 1 ,696 


1,619 


1,176 


2.754 


4,348 


76 


F 


33,375 


866 


35 


635 


935 


12,383 


10,242 


1.356 


987 


2.439 


3,431 


66 


M 


35,767 


893 


47 


675 


961 


13,547 


11.106 


1.449 


1.054 


2.631 


3,340 


64 


A 


30,485 


835 


43 


606 


859 


10,789 


9,329 


1,137 


867 


2.391 


3.571 


59 


M 


30,198 


760 


44 


584 


823 


10,345 


9.227 


1,132 


902 


2.468 


3.856 


57 


J 


28.134 


693 


41 


526 


744 


9,195 


9.002 


1,029 


867 


2.323 


3,662 


52 



Note: Monthly data includes all producers of electric energy who generate 20 GWh or more per year Annual data represent full coverage of generating facilities that may include re- 
visions not available on a monthly basis 
Sources: Electric Power Statistics (57-001), Statistics Canada, Electric Power Statistics, Volume II (57-202), Statistics Canada. 



84 



September 1984 




















Section 7— Tables 


3 and 4 


Table 3 


: Coal and coke (thousand of metric tonnes) 


















Year 








Coal production 














Available 






Sub- 


















and 


Bitu- 


bitu- 




















for con- 


Coke 


month 


minous 


minous 


Lignite 


Total 


NS 


N.B. 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Imports 


Exports 


sumption 


production 


D 


2479 


2480 


2481 


2482 


2483 


2484 


2485 


2486 


2487 


2488 


261404 


2490 


2491 


1982 


22.296 


13,022 


7,493 


42,81 1 


3.051 


497 


7,493 


20.001 


1 1 ,769 


15,480 


16.002 


42.289 


3.999 


1983 


22,586 


14,462 


7,760 


44,808 


2.985 


558 


7,759 


21 ,779 


1 1 ,727 


14,345 


17.010 


42.143 


4.121 


1982 J 


1,698 


845 


606 


3,149 


230 


34 


606 


1,303 


976 


1,660 


1,333 


3.476 


317 


A 


1,653 


1,040 


599 


3,292 


252 


41 


599 


1,520 


879 


1.953 


1,269 


3,976 


306 


S 


1,723 


1,058 


631 


3,412 


248 


44 


631 


1,545 


944 


1.318 


1,363 


3,367 


289 





1,269 


1,077 


667 


3,013 


255 


46 


667 


1,419 


626 


1,997 


1,259 


3,751 


298 


N 


1.781 


1,254 


669 


3,704 


249 


43 


669 


1,864 


879 


1.719 


1,209 


4,214 


270 


D 


1,733 


1,418 


677 


3,828 


210 


41 


677 


2,042 


858 


653 


1.208 


3,273 


281 


1983 J 


1,949 


1,335 


712 


3,996 


244 


42 


711 


1,981 


1,018 


2 


1,530 


2,468 


278 


F 


1,425 


1.140 


658 


3,223 


246 


46 


658 


1.722 


551 


187 


853 


2.557 


266 


M 


1,524 


1.321 


645 


3,490 


329 


52 


645 


1,844 


620 


106 


1.098 


2.498 


321 


A 


1,727 


1,097 


606 


3,430 


271 


43 


606 


1,604 


906 


609 


1.437 


2.602 


314 


M 


2,030 


1,133 


576 


3,739 


231 


50 


576 


1,761 


1,121 


1.449 


1.521 


3,667 


327 


J 


2,064 


1,132 


501 


3,697 


235 


49 


501 


1,845 


1,067 


1.692 


1,384 


4,005 


325 


J 


1,294 


997 


548 


2,839 


235 


47 


548 


1.380 


629 


1.550 


1,418 


2.971 


346 


A 


1,672 


1,127 


607 


3,406 


210 


52 


607 


1.830 


707 


1.146 


1,871 


2.681 


367 


S 


2,274 


1,192 


615 


4,081 


192 


52 


615 


1.912 


1,310 


1.968 


1,409 


4,640 


379 





2,338 


1,183 


732 


4.253 


260 


50 


732 


1.878 


1,333 


1.761 


1,529 


4,485 


401 


N 


2,376 


1,315 


667 


4,358 


299 


42 


667 


1.980 


1,370 


2.152 


1.452 


5.058 


396 


D 


1,913 


1,490 


893 


4,296 


233 


33 


893 


2,042 


1.095 


1,723 


1,508 


4,511 


401 


1984 J 


2,469 


1,334 


864 


4,667 


277 


46 


864 


1.965 


1,515 


13 


1,701 


2,979 


409 


F 


2,614 


1,139 


802 


4,555 


300 


46 


802 


1,809 


1,598 


7 


1.894 


2.668 


395 


M 


2,642 


1,229 


805 


4,676 


265 


37 


805 


1,886 


1,683 


521 


2.078 


3.119 


418 


A 


2,423 


1,118 


701 


4,242 


225 


41 


701 


1,782 


1,493 


2,875 


2,005 


5.112 


400 


M 


2,838 


1,271 


768 


4,877 


238 


49 


768 


1,931 


1,891 


2.402 


2,519 


4,760 


421 


J 


2,792 


1,139 


735 


4,666 


215 


38 


735 


1,791 


1.887 


2.333 


2,249 


4,750 


381 


Note: Annual data may include revisions not available on a monthly 


basis 


















Sources: 


Coal and Coke Statistics (45-002), monthly 


Statistics Canada. 


















Table 4 


: Supply and 


disposition 


of crude oil and natural gas 1 




































Natural gas 












Crude oil £ 
































Domestic 
net new 


Total 

supply of 

market- 




Sales 










Net 






Deliveries 








domestic 




Total 


to 


Total 


produc- 




Resi- 


Com- 


Indus- 






Year 
and 
month 


production 


Imports 


supply 


refineries 


exports 


tion 3 


able gas 


Total 


dential 


mercial 


trial 


Exports 


Imports 




Thousand cubic metres 










Million cubic metres 








D 


2505 


2506 


2507 


2508 


2509 


2510 


2511 


344472 


344475 


344474 


344473 


344471 


344460 


1982 


79,255.1 


19,652.4 


98,907.5 


86.480.5 


12,397.2 


98.739.7 


69,421 .4 


43,888.2 


12,289.3 


9.981.2 


21,617.6 


22,196.7 


4.6 


1983 


83.934.1 


14,352.5 


98,286.6 


81,526.6 


16.875.6 


95,497.2 


65,120.3 


43,832.8 


11,395.6 


9.495.5 


22,941 7 


20,169.3 


3.8 


1982 M 


6,076.0 


1,563.1 


7.639.1 


6,672.1 


940.8 


7,336.3 


5,132.3 


2,819.7 


666.3 


552.6 


1,600.8 


1.571.2 


0.3 


J 


6,805.0 


1,770.0 


8,575.0 


7,853.9 


960.3 


6.934.5 


4,527.3 


2,293.5 


401.9 


328.8 


1.562.7 


1 .453.4 


0.1 


J 


6,754.2 


1,983.8 


8,738.0 


7,410.8 


1.228.0 


6,869.9 


4,456.0 


1,928.8 


293.6 


257.6 


1,377.6 


1.504.7 


0.1 


A 


7,398.0 


1,687.4 


9,085.4 


8,070.9 


1.193.0 


6,852.9 


4,594.0 


2,103.2 


310.8 


289.9 


1,502.5 


1 .493.5 


0.1 


S 


6,678.0 


1,338.6 


8,016.6 


6,962.2 


1.161.1 


6,866.7 


4,645.4 


2,320.6 


396.9 


348.1 


1,575.6 


1 ,490.3 


0.2 





7,025.9 


1,200.2 


8,226.1 


7,012.9 


1 .092.6 


7,919.7 


5,422.6 


2,934.2 


661.0 


544.1 


1,729.1 


1.838.5 


0.3 


N 


7,217.6 


1,682.0 


8,899.6 


7,597.9 


1.189.5 


9,044.6 


6,499.6 


3,954.8 


1,122.9 


933.7 


1,898.3 


2,064.2 


0.5 


D 


7,318.3 


948.6 


8.266.9 


6,924.3 


1.242.5 


9,924.6 


7,154.7 


4,552.4 


1.441.0 


1,175.1 


1.936.3 


2.415.6 


0.6 


1983 J 


6,759.1 


1,763.9 


8,523.0 


7,234.1 


1.337.1 


9,892.6 


7,165.1 


5,201 .7 


1,713.5 


1 ,407.6 


2.080.6 


2,428.8 


0.5 


F 


6,349.3 


958.3 


7,307.6 


6,355.8 


1,027.5 


8,537.8 


6,070.8 


4.791.2 


1.605.3 


1,272.8 


1,913.1 


2.020.3 


0.4 


M 


6,795.2 


960.1 


7,755.3 


6,570.5 


1,341.4 


8,443.6 


5,796.4 


4,548.5 


1 .355.6 


1.158.6 


2,034.3 


1.777.1 


0.4 


A 


5,889.7 


683.5 


6,573.2 


5,502.4 


1 ,237.4 


7,601.3 


5,146.2 


3,950.9 


1,107.0 


909.5 


1,934.4 


1,588.9 


0.3 


M 


6,234.3 


458.2 


6.692.5 


5,190.4 


1,342.3 


6,946.4 


4,636.5 


3,159.7 


710.0 


588.1 


1,861.6 


1 .357.9 


0.2 


J 


6,994.6 


654.0 


7,648.6 


6,001.8 


1,549.4 


6,474.4 


4,225.9 


2.422.1 


408.2 


340.1 


1,673.8 


1,154.1 


0.1 


J 


7,456.2 


1,599.7 


9,055.9 


7.695.3 


1,448.1 


6,563.8 


4,238.2 


2,095.7 


293.0 


264.4 


1,538.4 


1.195.8 


0.1 


A 


7,562.5 


1 .875.5 


9.438.0 


7,704.7 


1,611.0 


6.599.6 


4,199.8 


2.079.1 


265.3 


257.1 


1.556.7 


1,266.8 


0.1 


S 


7,377.0 


1.754.7 


9,131.7 


7,589.7 


1 .490.9 


7,097.9 


4,566.4 


2,488.6 


410.1 


376.2 


1 .702.4 


1 .470.7 


0.2 





7,545.4 


1,867.5 


9,412.9 


7,910.1 


1 ,430.9 


7,835.7 


5,158.7 


3,189.7 


667.4 


568.5 


1 ,953.9 


1 ,493.3 


0.3 


N 


7.389.7 


876.3 


8,266.0 


6,826.2 


1,536.8 


8.791.7 


6,032.9 


4,193.9 


1 ,082.9 


918.5 


2.192.5 


1 ,838.5 


0.3 


D 


7.581.1 


900.8 


8,481.9 


6,945.6 


1,522.8 


10,712.4 


7,883.4 


5,711.6 


1.777.5 


1.434.2 


2.500.0 


2,577.0 


0.9 


1984 J 


7,178.4 


1,770.1 


8,948.5 


7,586.4 


1 ,536.3 


10,482.0 


7,650.3 


6,224.1 


2,071 .5 


1 .629.4 


2.523.2 


2,530.9 


0.5 


F 


7,068.6 


1,323.3 


8,391.9 


6,790.0 


1 .409.2 


8,621 .4 


6,070.3 


5,051.1 


1,603.7 


1.266.0 


2.181.3 


1,750.1 


0.4 


M 


7,720.2 


1,569.7 


9,289.9 


7,396.9 


1 ,750.5 


8,947.4 


6,259.0 


5,202.3 


1,580.5 


1.286.5 


2,335.3 


1 ,730.5 


0.3 


A 


7,249.5 


853.8 


8,103.3 


6,168.4 


2,081.9 


7,996.9 


5,488.6 


4,004.2 


1,080.5 


867.3 


2,056.4 


1 ,698.6 


0.2 


Note; Components may not add to totals due to rounding. Current figures in this 


table are preliminary and 


therefore subject to revision 










'Supply and disposition tor both Crude Oil and Natural Gas will not 


agree because of losses, 


inventory changes, pipeline 


fuel used etc 


'Includes 


crude oil. condensate and pentanes 


1 plus. "Gross new production by field less field flared 


and waste. 




















1 Sources: 


Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Production (26-006), 


Gas Utilities (55-002), Statistics Canada. 










85 



Section 7— Table 5 

Table 5: Statistics of refined petroleum products (thousand cubic metres) 



September 1984 





h 


Total 

refinery 

receipts' 








Production of saleable products- 










Net sales in 


Canada 




Year 
and 
mont 


Total, all 
products" 


Motor 
gasoline 


Heavy 
fuel oil 


Diesel 
fuel oil 


Light 
fuel oil' 


Aviation 
fuel 4 


Asphalt 


Liquefied 
petro- 
leum 
gases' 


Other 
products* 


Total all 
products 


Motor 
gasoline 


Heavy 
fuel oil 


Diesel 
fuel oil 




D 


330501 


2532 


2533 


2534 


2535 


2536 


2537 


2538 


2539 


2540 


337115 


333515 


335015 


334415 


1982 




86 199 


90 296 


33 751 


11 414 


12 377 


12510 


4 353 


2 556 


2 757 


10 574 


84 311 


34 279 


10 506 


13 530 


198C 




81 612 


86 337 


32 527 


9 353 


12 989 


11 084 


4 371 


2 648 


3 247 


10 114 


78 642 


33 187 


8 029 


13 924 


1982 J 


7 360 


8 088 


3 069 


876 


1 191 


948 


429 


373 


263 


939 


6 907 


3 157 


729 


1 208 




A 


8015 


8 324 


3 128 


904 


1 242 


909 


468 


370 


264 


1 038 


7 411 


3 316 


810 


1 283 




S 


6 962 


7 426 


2 674 


845 


1 012 


949 


310 


348 


210 


1 077 


6 661 


2 909 


644 


1 276 







7006 


7 193 


2 581 


950 


889 


1 062 


362 


285 


184 


879 


6 581 


2 767 


688 


1 173 




N 


7 598 


7 769 


2 899 


1 036 


1 093 


1 168 


310 


159 


216 


888 


6 947 


2 779 


902 


1 142 




D 


6 874 


7 548 


2 901 


1 025 


882 


1 314 


283 


64 


240 


839 


7 164 


2 802 


967 


995 


1983 J 


7 234 


7 409 


2 792 


924 


1 024 


1 123 


351 


83 


270 


842 


6 402 


2 406 


789 


850 




F 


6 356 


6 756 


2 510 


814 


903 


1 074 


303 


103 


246 


802 


6 496 


2 461 


850 


902 




M 


6 571 


6 856 


2 584 


831 


995 


822 


412 


112 


258 


841 


6 316 


2 570 


673 


967 




A 


5 502 


5 438 


2 104 


556 


811 


614 


307 


120 


175 


751 


5 658 


2 521 


505 


900 




M 


5 190 


5 992 


2 373 


610 


1 023 


476 


354 


181 


222 


752 


6 468 


2 864 


610 


1 337 




J 


6 002 


7 006 


2 782 


723 


1 183 


771 


433 


304 


286 


523 


6 441 


2 890 


631 


1 276 




J 


7 764 


7 674 


2 879 


735 


1 291 


812 


420 


388 


310 


839 


6 295 


2 988 


574 


1 186 




A 


7 875 


8 166 


3 047 


802 


1 290 


840 


449 


377 


279 


1 082 


7 095 


3 228 


662 


1 453 




S 


7 566 


8118 


3 079 


761 


1 105 


1 067 


393 


409 


332 


972 


6 662 


2 921 


584 


1 357 




O 


7 910 


8 042 


2811 


848 


1 194 


1 234 


311 


326 


331 


988 


6 737 


2 786 


633 


1 339 




N 


6 779 


7 404 


2 777 


828 


1 146 


1 031 


331 


155 


265 


871 


6 809 


2 704 


733 


1 248 




D 


6 862 


7 476 


2 789 


921 


1 024 


1 220 


307 


90 


273 


851 


7 263 


2848 


785 


1 110 


1984 J 


7 674 


7 955 


2 973 


901 


1 134 


1 377 


281 


76 


274 


939 


6 757 


2 470 


804 


1 007 




F 


6 780 


7 409 


2 666 


816 


1 112 


1 226 


295 


116 


285 


893 


6 353 


2 408 


725 


1 034 




M 


7 353 


7 428 


2 667 


843 


1 165 


909 


422 


99 


272 


1 052 


6 620 


2 609 


547 


1 095 




A 


6 199 


6344 


2 326 


718 


1 164 


568 


308 


196 


220 


845 


5 811 


2 541 


465 


1 133 




M 


6 541 


6 999 


2 507 


729 


1 289 


738 


388 


300 


279 


768 


6 685 


2918 


663 


1 456 




J 






















6 218 


2 802 


515 


1 327 




i 




Net 


sales in Canada 










Closing inventories 










Year 
and 
mont 


Light 
fuel oil 3 


Aviation 
fuel 4 


Asphalt 


Liquefied 

petroleum 

gases' 


Other 
products* 


Total all 
products 


Motor 
gasoline 


Heavy 
fuel oil 


Diesel 
fuel oil 


Light 
fuel oil 3 


Aviation 
fuel 4 


Asphalt 


Liquefied 
petro- 
leum 
gases' 


Other 
products* 




D 


2545 


2546 


335315 


2548 


2549 


337106 


333506 


335006 


334406 


2554 


2555 


335306 


2557 


2558 


1982 




11 648 


4 240 


2 437 


1 938 


5 730 


14812 


4 560 


1 456 


2 032 


3 331 


644 


355 


165 


2 268 


1983 




9 391 


4 085 


2518 


2 124 


5 382 


12 746 


4 175 


1 162 


1 816 


2 393 


616 


296 


189 


2100 


1982 J 


287 


399 


363 


186 


579 


15 038 


4 684 


1 222 


2 236 


3 032 


822 


578 


196 


2 268 




A 


450 


431 


416 


208 


498 


15 035 


4 481 


1 199 


2 446 


3218 


794 


483 


210 


2 205 




S 


437 


386 


363 


163 


482 


15213 


4 362 


1 312 


2 378 


3 485 


723 


411 


221 


2319 







630 


320 


330 


173 


500 


14 937 


4 200 


1 391 


2 273 


3 516 


750 


335 


208 


2 264 




N 


976 


302 


147 


155 


543 


15 030 


4 371 


1 399 


2 126 


3 592 


721 


344 


194 


2 282 




D 


1 469 


309 


52 


136 


435 


14 812 


4 560 


1 456 


2 032 


3 331 


644 


355 


165 


.2 268 


1983 J 


1 436 


278 


54 


146 


443 


15 246 


4 993 


1 527 


2 151 


3 050 


691 


385 


172 


2 276 




F 


1 398 


267 


66 


136 


416 


14834 


5 090 


1 525 


2016 


2 706 


671 


426 


177 


2 224 




M 


1 103 


314 


71 


174 


443 


14 495 


5 089 


1 385 


1 974 


2 383 


747 


465 


198 


2 254 




A 


842 


297 


72 


140 


382 


13 390 


4 529 


1 173 


2 016 


2010 


721 


513 


211 


2 217 




M 


468 


359 


190 


148 


491 


11 907 


3 913 


1 012 


1 729 


1 775 


684 


501 


187 


2 104 




J 


265 


368 


345 


220 


445 


11 569 


3 654 


1 025 


1 772 


1 848 


732 


440 


203 


1 894 




J 


204 


375 


368 


200 


401 


12 001 


3 577 


1 018 


1 943 


2 110 


724 


437 


221 


1 972 




A 


238 


431 


429 


201 


454 


12 351 


3 551 


962 


1 956 


2 355 


710 


329 


223 


2 266 




S 


344 


380 


393 


199 


485 


13 002 


3 855 


1 037 


1 898 


2 750 


719 


311 


196 


2 234 







598 


380 


344 


205 


452 


13 265 


3 981 


1 043 


1 903 


2913 


650 


263 


196 


2 315 




N 


957 


308 


163 


182 


514 


13 192 


4 126 


1 002 


2 011 


2 745 


656 


251 


187 


2 215 




D 


1 538 


328 


24 


173 


456 


12 746 


4 175 


1 162 


1 816 


2 393 


616 


296 


189 


2 100 


1984 J 


1 565 


296 


47 


191 


376 


13 138 


4 646 


1 128 


1 691 


2 148 


615 


317 


182 


2 212 




F 


1 249 


315 


58 


164 


401 


13 651 


4 977 


1 148 


1 972 


2113 


586 


374 


193 


2 287 




M 


1 318 


336 


74 


170 


470 


13 348 


4 993 


1 103 


1 992 


1 716 


651 


394 


159 


2 340 




A 


685 


332 


76 


140 


438 


12 866 


4 640 


1 138 


1 978 


1 520 


626 


506 


139 


2 319 




M 


450 


358 


162 


173 


505 


12 156 


4 273 


1 088 


1 750 


1 464 


636 


601 


148 


2 197 




J 






321 

























'Includes domestic and imported crude oil. condensate and pentanes plus received by Canadian refineries 'Refinery production (from crude oil, condensate and pentanes plus, and 
commingled propane/ butane mixesl plus other materials used 'Includes stove oil. kerosene includes aviation gasoline and aviation turbo fuel 'Includes propane and propane 
mixes and butane and butane mixes 'Includes petro-chemical feed stocks, naphtha specialties, coke, lubricating oil and grease, still gas and other products 
Source: Refined Petroleum Products (45-004), Statistics Canada. 



86 



September 1984 
"able 6: Metals 




















Section 7 


-Table 6 
























ear 
nd 
lonth 




Copper 




Nickel 






Lead 






Molybde 




Total metal content 


Refined 


copper 


Total metal content 


Refined lead 


num 


Production Exports' 


Production 


Exports 2 


Production 


Exports 3 


Production 


Exports 4 Production 


Exports 


Production 


Exports 












Thousand tonnes 












D 


2587 


2588 


2589 


2590 


2591 


2592 


2593 


2594 


2595 


2596 


2608 


2610 


982 


612.5 


499.4 


337.7 


233.1 


886 


102.6 


272.0 


252.9 


174.2 


146.2 


16.4 


17.5 


983 


614.7 


621.7 


464.2 


298.6 


128.1 


118.2 


248.1 


232.3 


178.0 


147.2 


9.7 


15.0 


982 J 


38.3 


47.4 


5.8 


19.1 


1.9 


6.4 


35.4 


19.8 


5.0 


14.6 


1.4 


1.3 


A 


37.5 


26.0 


5.5 


4.8 


2.4 


4.3 


15.0 


32.7 


11.1 


9.6 


0.8 


2.1 


S 


37.9 


41.4 


22.8 


13.9 


6.7 


2.9 


23.7 


28.1 


14.7 


10.7 


0.9 


1.1 


O 


44.3 


29.9 


36.1 


10.5 


2.8 


4.4 


18.1 


23.8 


13.4 


16.9 


1.3 


1.2 


N 


43.7 


49.1 


39.4 


26.9 


1.4 


3.4 


20.3 


20.8 


15.8 


14.9 


1.3 


1.1 


D 


44.8 


44.8 


28.8 


22.3 


1.6 


8.4 


21.1 


18.7 


16.6 


18.2 


1.0 


0.8 


983 J 


40.2 


50.5 


29.1 


18.9 


1.5 


35 


23.4 


16.5 


15.6 


14.6 


0.9 


1.3 


F 


47.1 


24.9 


32.1 


13.6 


5.0 


6.8 


19.7 


17.6 


16.1 


11.1 


0.9 


0.9 


M 


47.6 


40.9 


36.4 


21.7 


7.6 


8.7 


15.7 


15.6 


16.7 


10.3 


1.1 


1.7 


A 


40.8 


41.7 


33.5 


15.6 


12.2 


7.3 


23.0 


12.8 


18.1 


12.4 


1.2 


1.0 


M 


54.0 


49.2 


40.4 


12.2 


13.2 


12.2 


20.5 


14.6 


18.0 


11.7 


0.7 


0.7 


J 


58.2 


76.0 


44.0 


43.7 


17.5 


15.7 


12.6 


17.3 


13.1 


14.2 


0.7 


1.0 


J 


40.3 


45.2 


30.2 


16.6 


4.0 


2.8 


17.6 


11.0 


13.9 


10.5 


0.8 


0.7 


A 


54.0 


65.3 


43.4 


41.1 


8.4 


11.5 


18.0 


25.4 


4.8 


19.7 


08 


0.8 


S 


56.1 


61.1 


39.5 


31.8 


14.2 


13.6 


34.2 


26.7 


15.1 


8.2 


1.0 


0.9 





63.4 


49.4 


42.0 


27.3 


14.7 


9.4 


22.5 


41.2 


16.2 


12.2 


0.6 


1.1 


N 


59.6 


68.6 


47.7 


38.0 


15.0 


11.7 


18.1 


144 


15.8 


12.4 


0.4 


4.5 


D 


53.4 


49.0 


45.9 


18.1 


14.8 


15.0 


22.8 


19.3 


14.6 


10.1 


0.4 


0.4 


984 J 


58.1 


53.8 


44.6 


21.3 


12.4 


9.4 


15.0 


13.9 


15.9 


13.2 


0.5 


0.5 


F 


53.6 


59.2 


46.0 


27.0 


17.5 


15.5 


15.7 


99 


13.8 


8.3 


0.7 


0.7 


M 


54.7 


64.8 


48.3 


35.6 


15.7 


15.0 


17.6 


15.0 


15.1 


11.8 


0.7 


0.6 


A 


63.1 


61.8 


45.7 


37.3 


16.0 


16.1 


20.4 


12.8 


14.4 


12.2 


0.6 


0.7 


M 


60.3 


58.5 


47.1 


24.5 


16.5 


12.2 


23.1 


15.1 


16.7 


10.0 


0.6 


0.5 


J 


54.4 


41.2 


43.1 


21.7 


12.8 


12.9 


18.8 


14.2 


14.8 


12.0 


1.2 


0.5 








Zinc 






Aluminum 


Iron ore 














Total metal content 


Refined zinc 


and bauxite 


Producers' 






Silver 


















ore 


shipments 
in tonnes 


Gold 








Uranium 


ear 

id 


Production 




Exports Production 


Exports 


imports 


Production 


Production 


Exports 


production 
























Thousand 


onth 






Thousand tonnes 






Thousands 




Thousand grams 




kilograms 


D 


2597 




2598 


2599 


2600 


2601 


2602 


2603 




2605 


2606 


2609 


982 


965.5 




928.1 


511.9 


470.4 


3 514.0 


33 198 


64 726 


1 313 624 


1 736 91 1 


7 643.0 


983 


982.4 


1 146.6 


617.2 


500.4 


3412.5 


32 870 


69 112 


1 203 456 


1 482 236 


6 758.1 


982 J 


113.7 




69.2 


9.3 


43.9 


283.9 


3 063 


4 660 




1 1 1 099 


162 174 


414 


A 


59.8 




95.4 


25.9 


25.2 


4000 


3 340 


5 054 




59 703 


109 453 


570 


S 


95.5 




95.9 


37.8 


27.0 


268.8 


2 895 


5 507 




79 270 


174 304 


723 





108.1 




102.7 


53.1 


43.1 


339.6 


2 704 


5 796 




93 930 


220 119 


824 


N 


60.1 




72.0 


53.6 


41.1 


304.9 


2 364 


5 894 




152 435 


99 749 


655 


D 


79.9 




91.9 


50.2 


53.7 


280.3 


2 248 


6 330 




130 148 


172 842 


673 


983 J 


68.4 




36.6 


50.6 


34.0 


113.7 


1 130 


5 811 




101 956 


121 863 


686 


F 


55.8 




94.4 


49.2 


32.1 


123.4 


1 314 


5 142 




107 562 


175 237 


706 


M 


55.8 




91.4 


56.3 


51.1 


108.6 


1 107 


5 832 




101 981 


195 516 


513 


A 


78.7 




70.9 


52.9 


56.2 


284.2 


3 308 


5 406 




101 463 


153 558 


574 


M 


90.6 




76.9 


54.6 


45.4 


299.9 


2 984 


5 503 




104 826 


104 134 


520 


J 


85.4 




126.7 


42.0 


40.3 


244.1 


3064 


5 811 




99 459 


91 444 


559 


J 


66.5 




50.1 


50.5 


34.7 


451.4 


2 807 


6 081 




86 042 


102 424 


354 


A 


85.1 




76.2 


41.4 


43.2 


237.5 


3 903 


5 819 




65 519 


133 745 


500 


S 


130.6 




144.9 


55.1 


34.7 


605.7 


3 391 


6 045 




121 792 


101 180 


646 





109.6 




212.6 


54.5 


46.9 


241.8 


3 633 


5 677 




99 330 


106 374 


496 


N 


75.3 




57.2 


53.8 


41.4 


453.6 


3 726 


5 984 




1 1 1 698 


82 953 


565 


D 


80.4 




108.7 


56.3 


40.6 


248.6 


2 501 


6 025 




101 839 


113 808 


639 


384 J 


54.2 




61.7 


59.8 


45.8 


204.8 


1 506 


6 053 




122 015 


106 934 


572 


F 


60.5 




68.6 


57.2 


44.8 


75.4 


1 494 


6312 




99 424 


153 869 


577 


M 


75.2 




87.0 


58.6 


53.9 


171.3 


2 160 


6 970 




130 061 


123 667 


771 


A 


78.7 




41.9 


59.0 


39.2 


152.5 


2 762 


6 511 




113 100 


85 939 


655 


M 


92.0 




105.6 


61.3 


49.1 


650.5 


4 305 


6 109 




124 106 


156 575 


522 


J 


83.5 




90.7 


49.9 


39.5 


335.4 


4 036 


6 074 




122 797 


81 553 


972 


icludes 


copper tine in ore, ingots 


bars, billets, rods and strips. 'Includes ingots, bars 


and billets. 


'Includes nickel in matte or speiss, oxide and fine. 


•Includes lead 


n ore and 


pigs. 


























ourcee: 


Energy, Mines and Resources; 


Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada 


































87 



Section 7— Table 7 

Table 7: Non-metallic minerals (thousand tonnes) 



September 1984 





Asbestos 




Gypsum 


Cement 




Lime 


Salt 




Potash 


Year 




















and 


Producers' 




Producers' 




Producers' 


Producers' 


Producers' 






month 


shipments 


Exports 


shipments 


Production 


shipments 


shipments 


shipments' 


Imports 


Production 


D 


2627 


2628 


2629 


2630 


2631 


2632 


2626 


2634 


2607 


1982 


837 


880 7 


5 986 


7 603 


7 335 


2 197.2 


7 930 6 


1 526.9 


5 308.5 


1983 


840 


7539 


7 694 


7 089 


7 131 


2 225.3 


8 542.1 


636.2 


6 252.3 


1982 A 


676 


71 


780 


816 


831 


161.4 


692.2 


100.1 


4673 


S 


832 


95.2 


610 


894 


853 


176.7 


555.8 


201.8 


377.7 





74.3 


81.1 


578 


764 


763 


180.6 


7125 


111.7 


357.8 


N 


70.7 


836 


555 


884 


611 


1725 


795.9 


83.0 


471.5 


D 


81 5 


81.5 


514 


423 


439 


157.5 


695.7 


133.5 


474.0 


1983 J 


47.9 


60.2 


376 


166 


219 


173.3 


852.7 


36.7 


421.5 


F 


51.0 


45.7 


369 


219 


236 


150.5 


6340 


54.1 


376.3 


M 


75.2 


75.1 


536 


409 


366 


180 2 


5270 


29.0 


604.6 


A 


75.0 


65.7 


605 


498 


502 


178 6 


5769 


50.3 


532.5 


M 


722 


602 


629 


772 


765 


1838 


590.3 


96.6 


491.1 


J 


74.4 


71.9 


676 


951 


860 


191 5 


657.5 


76.1 


404.9 


J 


56.7 


51.5 


828 


776 


832 


172.2 


602.7 


19.8 


404.1 


A 


73.1 


57.8 


651 


742 


831 


201 8 


672.1 


53.1 


564.0 


S 


75.4 


628 


792 


816 


835 


207.2 


718.7 


58.9 


655.8 





73.0 


61.2 


801 


778 


769 


199 3 


839.5 


68.9 


612.2 


N 


82.5 


77.2 


759 


612 


576 


198.8 


982.9 


74.4 


6393 


D 


84.0 


64.4 


672 


349 


342 


188 4 


887.9 


18.5 


546.1 


1984 J 


60.9 


59.2 


462 


196 


237 


187.4 


1 135.7 


56.0 


671.3 


F 


684 


74.4 


520 


257 


279 


170 6 


834.9 


55.8 


642.3 


M 


76.5 


71 


543 


397 


383 


180.3 


700.1 


5.4 


719.6 


A 


76.1 


75.3 


702 


586 


506 


184.7 


589.2 


189.3 


651 9 


M 


73.9 


62.4 


849 


820 


757 


211.5 


812.9 


82.1 


684.0 


J 


73.9 


72.4 


893 


758 


879 


201.2 


732.3 


190.7 


424.2 


J 








866 


877 











'Total salt and salt content ot brine. 

Sources: Energy. Mines and Resources; Cement (44-001), Imports by Commodities (65-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



88 



Section 8 ■ Construction 

1. Building Permits, by Type 

2. Building Permits, by Province 

3. Dwelling Units Started, All Areas 

4. Dwelling Units Completed, All Areas 

5. Dwelling Units Under Construction, All Areas 

6. Dwelling Units Started, Centres 10,000 and Over 

7. Dwelling Units Completed, Centres 10,000 and Over 

8. Dwelling Units Under Construction, Centres 10,000 and Over 

9. Mortgage Loans Approvals 
10. Domestic Shipments of Building Materials by Canadian Manufacturers 



89 



Section 8— Tables 1 and 2 

Table 1: Building permits, by type (million dollars) 



September 1984 



Year 
and 



Non- residential 



Non-residential 



Canada 



Institu- 
tional and 
Com- govern- 



Resi- 



Canada. 
55 munici- 
palities Canada 



Indus- 



Institu- 
tional and 
Commer- govern- 



1982 


12,788.8 


6,6559 


1.096.3 


3,485.2 


2,074.4 


6,132.9 


5,7667 


1983 


14,571 3 


5.712.1 


939.6 


2.7608 


2.011 7 


8.859.2 


5.0220 



Canada. 
55 munici- 
Resi- palities 



month 


total' 


Total 


Industrial 


mercial 


ment 


dential 


only 1 


total' 


Total 


trial 


cial 


ment 


dential 


only 1 


D 

D 


2671 


2683 


2672 


2673 


2674 


2675 


2676 


2677 


4898 


2678 


2679 


2680 


2681 


2682 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


1.186.9 


722.2 


1378 


420.6 


1639 


4647 


630.2 


1.090.8 


6686 


1038 


3869 


177.8 


422.2 


584.0 


A 


999.5 


498.7 


97.3 


215.5 


186.0 


500.8 


335.4 


857.9 


4136 


79.7 


175.7 


158.1 


444.3 


302.2 


S 


1.089.1 


553.7 


82.1 


245.1 


2265 


535.4 


3939 


978.5 


501.6 


68.2 


2202 


213.3 


476.9 


410.3 


O 


1,129.8 


5057 


860 


158 5 


261.2 


624.1 


408.4 


1,037.5 


469.0 


82.5 


138.7 


2479 


568.5 


400.3 


N 


1,205.8 


491.6 


844 


213.9 


193.4 


714.1 


4566 


1,119.2 


395.8 


76.6 


166 8 


152.3 


723.4 


377.8 


D 


1.049.0 


473.9 


53.8 


196.9 


223.2 


575.0 


654.8 


1.229.2 


4165 


55.7 


164.2 


196.5 


812.8 


385.4 


1983 J 


6623 


295 5 


35.4 


126.7 


133.3 


366.9 


238.9 


1,247.6 


488.5 


67.3 


221.3 


199.9 


759.1 


360.9 


F 


852.8 


3669 


69.3 


125.4 


172.2 


4859 


336.2 


1,254.1 


474.6 


104.3 


154.8 


215.4 


779.5 


407.4 


M 


1,420.1 


4577 


61.8 


205 3 


190.6 


962.4 


475.8 


1,261.5 


421.6 


62.4 


1925 


166.7 


839.9 


424.4 


A 


1,652.7 


323.0 


62.0 


183.1 


78.0 


1,329 7 


491 8 


1,354.8 


361 4 


64.7 


2094 


873 


993.4 


459.1 


M 


1,341.2 


4524 


79.7 


2356 


137.1 


888.8 


461.8 


1,072.5 


447.8 


71.3 


218.1 


158.4 


624.7 


479.4 


J 


1,263.0 


517.1 


76.6 


193.7 


2468 


745.8 


387.9 


1,092.0 


493.4 


70.6 


185.5 


237.4 


598.6 


369.0 


J 


1.149.8 


4342 


83.3 


224.5 


126.4 


715.7 


356.6 


1,166.6 


4384 


67.0 


225.8 


145.7 


728.2 


344.5 


A 


1,311.0 


6196 


93.7 


300.6 


2253 


691 5 


436.5 


1,158.5 


510.3 


74.4 


254.7 


181.2 


648.2 


375.9 


S 


1,237 2 


514.7 


111.5 


265.4 


137.8 


722.5 


437.1 


1.184.8 


489.1 


93.9 


262.8 


132.4 


695.7 


461.2 


O 


1,333.5 


578.1 


78.3 


303.2 


196.5 


755.4 


515.6 


1 ,285.6 


549.7 


75.3 


295.8 


178.6 


735.8 


500.7 


N 


1.308.7 


620.4 


903 


310.6 


219.5 


688.3 


547.8 


1,248.6 


522.6 


82.8 


268.2 


171.6 


726.0 


452.3 


D 


1,038.9 


532.6 


97.6 


286.7 


148.2 


506.3 


336.2 


1,244.7 


514.7 


105.5 


272.0 


1372 


730.0 


387.3 


1984 J 


677.7 


353 6 


52.5 


202.3 


98.9 


324.0 


283.8 


1 ,223.6 


563.2 


91.0 


326.4 


145.7 


660.4 


428.7 


F 


841.0 


374.7 


41.1 


224 7 


109.0 


466.2 


363.1 


1,194.1 


481.3 


63.3 


279.0 


139.0 


712.9 


419.7 


M 


1,131.7 


425.5 


80.2 


209.1 


136.1 


7062 


4234 


1,094.9 


4353 


84.3 


215.1 


135.9 


659.6 


427.4 


A 


1 ,470.6 


5863 


108.1 


3149 


163.2 


884.3 


482.4 


1,280.8 


613.2 


107.1 


332.9 


173.1 


667.6 


452.6 


M 


1,577.7 


553.8 


95.7 


309.5 


148.7 


1,023.9 


432.2 


1.211.2 


530.3 


84.3 


279.5 


166.5 


680.8 


415.4 


J 


1,291.2 


5497 


111.6 


3120 


126 


741.6 


351.9 


1.372.6 


651.0 


128.9 


379.3 


142.7 


721.6 


355.4 



'In 1979, approximately 2.000 municipalities are being surveyed 

so historical comparisons are possible 

Source: Building Permits (64-001), Statistics Canada. 



! This is an historical series with data available back to 1920 Consistent coverage and volume have been maintained 



Table 2: Building permits, by province 1 (million dollars) 



Year and 




























month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.WT. 


D 


2695 


2696 


2697 


2698 


2699 


2700 


2701 


2702 


2703 


2704 


2705 


2706 


2707 


1982 


12.788.8 


102.3 


49.3 


323.9 


180.4 


2.128.0 


4,211.1 


266.1 


430.5 


2.911.0 


2,161 1 


18.0 


7.0 


1983 


14,571.3 


144.9 


74.4 


469.3 


277.3 


3,068.9 


5,349.9 


432.5 


613.5 


1.871.0 


2,237.8 


15.2 


16.8 


1982 J 


1,186.9 


94 


4.1 


26.9 


12.4 


285.1 


348.0 


22.3 


31.4 


300.7 


143.6 


2.9 


_ 


A 


999.5 


5.9 


52 


24.3 


22.8 


195.0 


351.9 


23.7 


29.0 


184.4 


155.8 


1.1 


0.5 


S 


1,089.1 


6.9 


15.2 


23.9 


20.6 


187.7 


358.6 


16.5 


37.7 


218.5 


201.6 


1.0 


0.8 


O 


1,1298 


9.8 


4.7 


28.6 


14.6 


239.4 


395.1 


27.1 


37.8 


240.9 


129.1 


2.3 


0.5 


N 


1,205.8 


5.4 


2.1 


288 


15.9 


231.2 


485.1 


33.3 


38.5 


215.6 


148.7 


0.9 


0.2 


D 


1.049.0 


36.6 


1.4 


27.2 


15.9 


171.3 


366.4 


13.4 


26.6 


2069 


178.9 


0.9 


3.3 


1983 J 


662.3 


3.1 


3.0 


13.2 


4.7 


87.9 


234.9 


26.8 


30.6 


99.1 


153.8 


0.9 


4.3 


F 


8528 


2.6 


1.3 


347 


12.0 


151.0 


2775 


21.8 


52.4 


140.7 


158.6 


0.4 


0.1 


M 


1,420.1 


6.2 


4.6 


31.1 


16.3 


285.4 


497.5 


39.0 


66.5 


213.8 


258.3 


1.2 


0.2 


A 


1,652 7 


15.0 


6.4 


482 


38.2 


366.3 


573.8 


55.4 


86.9 


207.7 


253.3 


0.8 


0.7 


M 


1,341.2 


16.0 


12.3 


46.2 


286 


275.7 


4558 


49.3 


59.2 


175.4 


219.3 


2.4 


1.0 


J 


1.263.0 


15.9 


3.2 


51.4 


28.1 


225.4 


445.9 


37.7 


45.4 


207.6 


196.6 


2.8 


2.8 


J 


1,149.8 


18.2 


5.5 


34.4 


22.5 


164.0 


491 7 


38.9 


54.8 


124.3 


194.4 


0.3 


0.9 


A 


1,311.0 


11.4 


4.6 


37.7 


26.1 


2693 


511.8 


30.0 


41.3 


194.7 


182.5 


0.3 


1.3 


S 


1 ,237.2 


10.3 


5.6 


46.2 


22.8 


288.1 


465.4 


43.3 


536 


140.6 


158.7 


1.8 


0.9 


O 


1,333.5 


9.9 


13.6 


42.9 


29.6 


283.9 


492.0 


39.6 


37.9 


175.1 


204.7 


2.4 


1.9 


N 


1 .308.7 


13.2 


5.0 


42.3 


37.9 


334.6 


494.9 


29.4 


57.1 


116.6 


175.5 


1.9 


0.5 


D 


1 .038.9 


23.1 


9.2 


41 


10.5 


337.1 


408.6 


21.3 


27.8 


75.7 


82.2 


0.1 


2.1 


1984 J 


677.7 


2.6 


0.7 


15.4 


12.1 


91.6 


272.0 


42.9 


28.0 


95.0 


116.6 


0.4 


0.4 


F 


841 


4.4 


3.3 


37.1 


9.8 


183.8 


319.7 


46.3 


26.3 


97.4 


111.3 


0.6 


0.7 


M 


1,131.7 


8.5 


3.9 


34.3 


12.1 


229.1 


399.2 


40.9 


53.3 


108.8 


240.8 


0.6 


0.2 


A 


1,470.6 


15.8 


10.9 


59.5 


22.5 


314.7 


654.2 


36.3 


53.0 


126.8 


174.8 


1.6 


0.5 


M 


1,577.7 


17.6 


7.1 


57.4 


36.5 


311.8 


663.2 


482 


77.5 


141.8 


213.6 


1.5 


1.6 


J 


1.291 2 


12.5 


4.6 


45.4 


36.6 


228.2 


605.7 


398 


54.0 


140.0 


119.7 


2.9 


1.9 



'In 1979. approximately 2,000 municipalities are being surveyed 
Source: Building Permit* (64-001), Statistics Canada. 



90 





September 1984 






















Section 8— 


Tables 3-5 




Table 3: 


Dwelling units 1 


started, all 


areas 
























































Canada 


































seasonally 


































adjusted 




Year 






























at annual 




and 






























rates 




quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 




Que. 


Ont 




Man 


Sask 


Ate. 


B.C. 


(thousands) 






D 


2717 


2718 


2719 


2720 


2721 




2722 


2723 




2724 


2725 


2726 


2727 


4945 




1982 




125,860 


2,793 


248 


3,691 


1,680 




23,492 


38,508 




2,030 


6,822 


26,789 


19,807 






1983 




162,645 


3,281 


673 


5,697 


4.742 




40,318 


54.939 




5,985 


7.269 


17,134 


22.607 






1981 


3 


50,781 


1,210 


41 


1,176 


438 




7,674 


15,464 




641 


1,135 


10,575 


12,427 


183.0 






4 


38,500 


651 


14 


986 


387 




5,607 


11,955 




294 


1,519 


9,403 


7.684 


135.0 




1982 


1 


30,328 


515 


9 


566 


139 




3,870 


8,755 




171 


1,924 


6,467 


7,912 


161.0 






2 


31 ,965 


612 


39 


861 


444 




5,331 


7,900 




876 


1,507 


9,820 


4,575 


114.0 






3 


26,657 


689 


33 


1,063 


752 




4,351 


8,544 




241 


1,677 


5.904 


3.403 


103 






4 


36,910 


977 


167 


1,201 


345 




9,940 


13,309 




742 


1,714 


4,598 


3.917 


137.0 




1983 


1 


27,008 


642 


40 


756 


342 




4,841 


9,593 




1,069 


1,825 


4,101 


3.799 


161.0 






2 


63,666 


1,287 


248 


2,178 


2,792 




16,368 


18,950 




2,360 


3,471 


6.987 


9.025 


209.0 






3 


36,874 


809 


133 


1,490 


877 




8,915 


13,139 




1,742 


1,232 


3,478 


5.059 


142.0 






4 


35,097 


543 


252 


1,273 


731 




10,194 


13,257 




814 


741 


2,568 


4,724 


132.0 




1984 


1 


25,070 


341 


43 


690 


158 




8,535 


7,578 




933 


1.481 


1,548 


3,763 


145.0 






2 


40,571 


998 


204 


1,263 


913 




12,445 


14.662 




1.406 


1,379 


2,186 


5,115 


133.0 




Table 4: 


Dwelling units 1 


completed, 


all areas 
























































Canada 


































seasonally 


































adjusted 




Yeai 






























at annual 




and 






























rates 




quarte 


r 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B. 




Que. 


Ont. 




Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


(thousands) 






D 


2739 


2740 


2741 


2742 


2743 




2744 


2745 




2746 


2747 


2748 


2749 


4946 




1982 




133,942 


2,331 


98 


3,174 


1,427 




21,526 


40,437 




1.633 


5.666 


31,364 


26,286 






1983 




163,008 


3,176 


548 


5,069 


3.487 




35,681 


55,287 




4.076 


8,090 


24,693 


22,901 






1981 


3 


49,766 


1,067 


98 


875 


547 




10,798 


12,809 




1,126 


2,775 


10,499 


9,172 


178.0 






4 


46,739 


970 


46 


1,200 


824 




6,753 


13,405 




1.226 


1,979 


9,136 


11,200 


166.0 




1982 


1 


29,932 


504 


14 


759 


368 




3,756 


8.843 




312 


1,044 


6.798 


7,534 


143.0 






2 


31,974 


518 


35 


730 


246 




4,926 


9.903 




312 


624 


8,026 


6,654 


138.0 






3 


39,183 


441 


30 


673 


385 




7,769 


10.199 




364 


2,350 


10,131 


6,841 


137.0 






4 


32,853 


868 


19 


1.012 


428 




5,075 


1 1 .492 




645 


1,648 


6,409 


5,257 


120.0 




1983 


1 


32,455 


518 


81 


1,177 


422 




5,614 


12.742 




450 


713 


6,213 


4.525 


155.0 






2 


33,306 


448 


54 


1,045 


536 




6,719 


11,546 




812 


1,275 


5.823 


5.048 


149.0 






3 


52,484 


935 


202 


1.568 


1,371 




14,197 


15,670 




1,723 


3,573 


6,254 


6,991 


181.0 






4 


44,763 


1,275 


211 


1.279 


1,158 




9,151 


15.329 




1,091 


2,529 


6.403 


6,337 


162.0 




1984 


1 


32,109 


769 


114 


1,491 


769 




7,946 


1 1 .059 




744 


1,977 


3.066 


4,174 


153.0 






2 


34,704 


554 


102 


812 


528 




9.978 


12,467 




1,434 


1.031 


2.783 


5,015 


154.0 




Table 5: 


Dwelling units 1 


under construction, all 


areas 
























End of 
































period 


































or quarter 


Canada 


Nfld. 


PEL 


N.S 




N.B. 


Que. 




Ont. 




Man 


Sask 


Ate. 


B.C 






D 


2761 


2762 


2763 


2764 




2765 


2766 




2767 




2768 


2769 


2770 


2771 




1982 




89,055 


3,373 


196 


2,506 


1 


,122 


14,164 




31,009 




1,149 


4,583 


17,663 


13,290 




1983 




84,930 


3.494 


316 


2,984 


2.346 


18,320 




30.243 




3,048 


3,667 


8,336 


12,176 




1981 


3 


111,251 


3,283 


80 


2,265 


1,420 


13,957 




35,643 




1,694 


4,331 


22,531 


26,047 






4 


102,829 


2,966 


48 


2,052 




978 


12,815 




34,071 




764 


3,864 


22,960 


22,31 1 




1982 


1 


101,136 


2.944 


41 


1,812 




666 


12,657 




33,650 




622 


4,722 


22.795 


21,227 




2 


100,334 


3.021 


45 


1,934 




866 


12,944 




31,586 




1,185 


5,466 


24,560 


18,727 




3 


86,182 


3,286 


48 


2,320 


1,214 


9,485 




29,682 




1,051 


4.439 


19.925 


14,732 




4 


89,055 


3,373 


196 


2,506 


1 


.122 


14,164 




31 ,009 




1,149 


4,583 


17,663 


13.290 


1983 


1 


82.510 


3.502 


155 


2,031 


1,035 


13,246 




27,827 




1,769 


5,629 


15,212 


12,104 




2 


112,402 


4.336 


348 


3,216 


3,290 


22,748 




35,066 




3.316 


7,892 


16,128 


16.062 




3 


95,508 


4,223 


276 


3,048 


2,787 


17,346 




32,452 




3.324 


5.533 


12,513 


14,006 




4 


84,930 


3,494 


316 


2,984 


2,346 


18,320 




30,243 




3.048 


3.667 


8.336 


12,176 


| 1984 


1 


76,972 


3.064 


249 


2,159 


1,710 


18.812 




26,901 




3,237 


3,179 


6.729 


10,932 






2 


82,341 


3.430 


350 


2,610 


2,094 


21,240 




29,009 




3,209 


3,581 


5,813 


11,005 




'A dwelling 


unit is defined as a 


structurally separate set of living quarters having its 


}wn entrance from outside of the building, or from a common passage 


nside. These data are the 




result of a 


nation-wide survey, 


or which the field work is carried out by the Central 


Mortgage and Housing Corporation 


Ml metropolitan areas 


and urban centres with a population of 




10.000 or more, along with certain other areas 


of high building activity, are 


enumerated completely each month The remainder of the country 


is covered on 


a sample basis quarterly 




Source: Housing Starts and Completions (64-002), Statistics Canada. 






















































91 



Section 8— Tables 6 and 7 

Table 6: Dwelling units' started, centres 10,000 and over 



September 1984 





























Canada 




























seasonally 




























adjusted 


Year 




















Metropolitan 


areas 




at annual 


and 




Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




British 










rates 


month 


Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


(thousands) 


D 


2783 


2784 


2785 


2786 


2787 


2788 


2789 


2790 


2791 


2792 


2793 


2794 


4900 


198? 


104,792 


4.296 


19.036 


35,174 


1,634 


6,031 


21,768 


16.853 


1 1 ,497 


19,064 


1,444 


10,116 




1983 


134,207 


7,603 


33,646 


50,270 


5.202 


5,933 


13,256 


18.297 


19,682 


25,271 


4,432 


12,302 




1982 A 


6,672 


422 


804 


3.400 


63 


232 


1,055 


696 


260 


1,987 


56 


498 


82 


S 


6,345 


376 


1,272 


2,113 


56 


412 


1,245 


871 


615 


914 


49 


561 


74 





9,099 


584 


2,371 


3.298 


193 


448 


1,347 


858 


1,738 


1,860 


166 


357 


101 


N 


1 1 ,208 


438 


2,385 


4.816 


358 


600 


1,567 


1.044 


1.175 


2,568 


349 


547 


119 


D 


10,498 


529 


3.224 


4.047 


115 


472 


860 


1.251 


2,150 


2,338 


111 


815 


125 


1983 J 


8,514 


330 


1,957 


3.431 


126 


361 


1,325 


984 


1.361 


1,801 


125 


653 


137 


F 


6,661 


256 


1,164 


2.363 


277 


472 


1,346 


783 


772 


1.506 


150 


456 


134 


M 


8.403 


516 


1.227 


3.158 


462 


793 


908 


1.339 


777 


1,831 


322 


871 


148 


A 


12.413 


776 


2.717 


3.867 


549 


1,206 


1,205 


2,093 


1,595 


2,082 


478 


1.225 


141 


M 


22,557 


1,187 


5.769 


8,491 


1.052 


1.152 


2,351 


2.555 


3,128 


4,343 


971 


1,517 


222 


J 


16,354 


1.168 


4,688 


4,928 


519 


562 


1,815 


2.674 


2,669 


2,191 


425 


2,042 


148 


J 


10,526 


647 


3,071 


3.887 


643 


305 


755 


1.218 


1,651 


1,741 


625 


821 


117 


A 


9,154 


546 


1,837 


3.554 


292 


453 


934 


1.538 


856 


1.682 


180 


977 


111 


S 


9,904 


654 


2,234 


4,413 


672 


142 


661 


1,128 


1.359 


1.695 


648 


588 


115 





9,285 


502 


2,431 


3,723 


138 


142 


850 


1.499 


1.401 


2,292 


94 


1,160 


105 


N 


10,114 


463 


3.472 


3,683 


261 


240 


636 


1.359 


2.026 


1,633 


242 


1,081 


110 


D 


1 0,322 


558 


3,079 


4.772 


211 


105 


470 


1,127 


2.087 


2,474 


172 


911 


116 


1984 J 


8,635 


223 


3.779 


2,474 


409 


377 


425 


948 


1.622 


1,413 


406 


769 


129 


F 


6.710 


213 


2,066 


2,774 


323 


220 


311 


803 


1.355 


1,412 


317 


547 


131 


M 


6,195 


259 


1,711 


1,841 


146 


346 


349 


1,543 


1.134 


804 


140 


1,113 


109 


A 


9,051 


343 


2,431 


3,867 


387 


383 


432 


1.208 


1.299 


1.868 


370 


843 


104 


M 


1 1 .508 


748 


3,569 


4,235 


330 


297 


691 


1,638 


1.997 


1,563 


275 


1,113 


112 


J 


11.977 


811 


3,793 


4,586 


500 


316 


574 


1,397 


2,027 


2.014 


360 


1,051 


107 


J 


9.922 


771 


2.564 


4.105 


447 


241 


602 


1,192 


1,478 


1,894 


424 


518 


108 


Table 7: 


Dwelling units 1 completed, centres 


10,000 and over 












































Canada 




























seasonally 




























adjusted 


Year 




















Metropolitan 


areas 




at annual 


and 




Atlantic 








Saskatch- 




British 










rates 


month 


Canada 


provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


ewan 


Alberta 


Columbia 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


(thousands) 


D 


2807 


2808 


2809 


2810 


2811 


2812 


2813 


2814 


2815 


2816 


2817 


2818 


4901 


i9e2 


112,251 


3,564 


17,676 


37,041 


1,174 


4,053 


26,436 


22,307 


1 1 ,023 


21 ,457 


1,013 


13.562 




1983 


135.848 


6.632 


29.127 


50.709 


3,471 


6.975 


20,366 


18,568 


16.822 


26,182 


2,894 


12,273 




1982 A 


10,619 


367 


1.493 


3.799 


58 


419 


2.607 


1,876 


894 


2.397 


52 


1,294 


113 


S 


1 1 ,078 


310 


1.446 


2.996 


104 


671 


3.600 


1,951 


967 


1.613 


103 


1,424 


121 


O 


8,046 


389 


986 


2.554 


140 


443 


2.314 


1,220 


502 


1.286 


130 


766 


84 


N 


10.012 


365 


1,547 


4.031 


211 


702 


1.768 


1,388 


829 


2,343 


138 


903 


107 


D 


8,711 


341 


1,481 


3.479 


99 


172 


1,305 


1,834 


895 


1,832 


89 


1.342 


109 


1983 J 


9.269 


479 


1,339 


4,197 


76 


194 


1.875 


1,109 


579 


1,591 


76 


749 


124 


F 


7.900 


304 


753 


3.442 


76 


153 


1,983 


1.189 


338 


1,925 


63 


885 


120 


M 


10.060 


519 


1,577 


4,306 


184 


206 


1,682 


1.586 


1,014 


2,638 


143 


1.177 


144 


A 


7.467 


311 


1,571 


2.734 


103 


400 


1,090 


1,258 


1.206 


1,742 


85 


767 


117 


M 


9.725 


400 


1,885 


3.599 


195 


306 


1,965 


1,375 


1,167 


1.854 


175 


971 


123 


J 


1 1 .895 


528 


2,682 


4,532 


428 


420 


1.970 


1,335 


1,534 


3.016 


413 


944 


135 


J 


16,006 


636 


5.396 


5.263 


336 


1.068 


1.768 


1,539 


2,938 


2,967 


256 


918 


156 


A 


13,112 


698 


3.644 


4.449 


421 


759 


1,119 


2.022 


2,026 


1,954 


353 


1.230 


137 


S 


14,543 


724 


3.130 


4.744 


761 


1,271 


1,810 


2.103 


1,864 


2,334 


637 


1.246 


152 





13,094 


514 


2.367 


4,954 


280 


1,053 


2.080 


1.846 


1.389 


2,456 


241 


1.308 


139 


N 


12,721 


821 


2.732 


4,582 


368 


739 


1,773 


1,706 


1.452 


1,992 


246 


1,145 


138 


D 


10,056 


698 


2,051 


3,907 


243 


406 


1,251 


1.500 


1.315 


1,713 


206 


933 


126 


1984 J 


8,936 


629 


1.986 


3,270 


220 


542 


739 


1.550 


878 


1.393 


171 


988 


120 


F 


7,860 


554 


2.072 


2.920 


204 


499 


764 


847 


761 


1.658 


149 


610 


119 


M 


8,867 


420 


2,210 


3.905 


187 


393 


731 


1.021 


1.406 


1.828 


181 


669 


127 


A 


8.439 


227 


2,076 


3,392 


341 


254 


719 


1.430 


1.294 


1,570 


323 


933 


133 


M 


9.871 


467 


3,122 


3,750 


264 


189 


684 


1,395 


1,654 


2,126 


253 


963 


125 


J 


11.525 


454 


3,632 


4,456 


694 


268 


734 


1,287 


1,788 


2,755 


652 


932 


129 


J 


1 2.809 


776 


4,018 


4,082 


616 


369 


1.199 


1,749 


2,559 


1,874 


540 


1.389 


124 



Note: Data are based on 1971 Census area definitions 
See footnote and source in Table 5. 



92 



September 1984 

Table 8: Dwelling units 1 under construction, centres 10,000 and over 



Section 8— Tables 8 and 9 



•End 

of 

period 


Canada 


Atlantic 
provinces 


Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Montreal 


Metropolitan areas 
Toronto Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


D 


4903 


4904 


4905 


4908 


4911 


4914 


4915 


4916 


4906 


4909 4912 


4917 



1982 
1983 



1982 



A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 



1984 



74,685 
70,118 

77,685 
72,181 
72,307 
72,934 
74,685 

73,533 
72,188 
70.335 
75,280 
87,782 
92,300 
86,569 
82,488 
77,130 
72,972 
70,180 
70,118 

69,728 
68.186 
64,825 
65,078 
66,637 
67,019 
63,998 



3,652 
4,457 

3,157 
3,222 
3,396 
3.466 
3,652 

3,485 
3,438 
3,397 
3,861 
4,639 
5,269 
5,262 
5,103 
5,023 
5,021 
4,602 
4,457 

4,055 
3,729 
3,568 
3,608 
3,890 
4,243 
4,226 



11,343 
15,403 

7,767 
7.568 
8.863 
9,608 
11,343 

1 1 .902 
12.312 
1 1 .878 
12,987 
16,813 
18,775 
16,425 
14,534 
13,628 
13,665 
14,388 
15,403 

17.176 
17,100 
16.489 
16,830 
17,263 
17,433 
15,988 



28,937 
28.315 

28.356 
27,311 
27,455 
28,234 
28,937 

28.161 
27,072 
25,908 
27.043 
31.936 
32,328 
30,926 
30,033 
29,689 
28,472 
27,467 
28,315 

27,453 
27.354 
25.292 
25,767 
26.204 
26,313 
26,315 



1,007 
2,673 

839 
791 
844 
991 
1,007 

1,057 
1,258 
1,536 
1,982 
2,838 
2.929 
3,236 
3,107 
3,007 
2,863 
2,756 
2,673 

2,863 
2,982 
2,941 
2,987 
3.053 
2.859 
2,690 



3,827 
2,708 

3,804 
3,545 
3,547 
3,533 
3,827 

3.994 
4,237 
4.834 
5,636 
6,481 
6,695 
5,880 
5,573 
4,482 
3,544 
3,043 
2,708 

2.535 
2,256 
2,155 
2,282 
2,392 
2.428 
2,301 



15.069 
6.470 



10,850 
10,092 



19,968 13,794 

17,349 12,395 

16,265 11,937 

15,727 11.375 

15,069 10,850 



14,209 
13,575 
12,845 
12,958 
13,138 
13.040 
1 1 .905 
1 1 .698 
9,925 
8.546 
7,398 
6,470 

6,154 
5,642 
5,252 
4,755 
4,756 
4,553 
4,001 



10.725 
10.296 
9,937 
10,813 
1 1 ,937 
13,264 
12,935 
12,440 
1 1 ,376 
10,861 
10,526 
10,092 

9,492 
9,123 
9,128 
8,849 
9,079 
9.190 
8.477 



7,034 
9.665 

4,655 
4.281 
5,506 
5,778 
7,034 

7,807 

8,241 

7,929 

8,281 

10,183 

11,314 

10,004 

8.836 

8,329 

8.332 

8.903 

9.665 

10,391 
10.922 
10.544 
10.538 
10,869 
11.103 
10.019 



16.346 
15,375 

16,169 
15,464 
15,460 
15.684 
16.346 

16.559 
16,141 
15.323 
15.648 
18.134 
17.303 
16.065 
15,791 
15.151 
14.984 
14.620 
15.375 

1 5,385 
15.183 
14.165 
14.462 
13.851 
13.109 
13.125 



920 
2.447 

705 
652 
688 
898 
920 

969 
1.056 
1.235 
1.628 
2,424 
2.436 
2,805 
2,632 
2,632 
2,485 
2,481 
2.447 

2.683 
2,851 
2,810 
2,857 
2,879 
2,587 
2,471 



6,210 
6,026 

8,347 
7,494 
7,076 
6,732 
6,210 

6,114 
5.682 
5,389 
5,832 
6,378 
7,475 
7,366 
7,113 
6.456 
6.160 
6.108 
6.026 

5.810 
5.755 
6.170 
6,024 
6,164 
6,286 
5,639 



See footnote and source in Table 5. 



Table 9: Mortgage loans approvals 1 















New housing 












Conventior 










Conventional lenders 








Dwelling units 






al 






Act' 








Total 






























N H A 




Housing 


Act 














Other 




Lite 


loan and 




and 










Existing 








approved 




insurance 


other com- 




conven- 




Other 




Conven- 




resi- 




Year 


CM.H.C 


lenders 3 


Total 


companies 


panies 1 


Total 


tional 


CM.H.C. 


N.H.A 


Total 


tional 


Total 


dential 


Other 4 


month 






Million dollars 












Number 






Million dollars 


D 


2643 


2644 


2645 


2646 


2647 


2648 


2649 


2650 


2651 


2652 


2653 


2654 


2655 


2656 


1982 


4 


1.643 


1,647 


358 


1.197 


1,555 


3,202 


211 


32,319 


32,530 


28,886 


61,416 


5.701 


1,480 


1983 


4 


2,597 


2,601 


347 


2,046 


2,393 


4,994 


85 


49,623 


49,708 


40,704 


90,412 


12.315 


3.692 


1982 J 


1 


93 


94 


26 


75 


101 


195 


15 


1,897 


1,912 


1,856 


3,768 


418 


93 


J 


— 


84 


84 


18 


70 


88 


172 


8 


1,586 


1,594 


1,796 


3,390 


323 


99 


A 


— 


125 


125 


23 


70 


93 


218 


4 


2,400 


2.404 


1,690 


4,094 


329 


68 


S 


— 


131 


131 


20 


74 


94 


225 


7 


2,439 


2,446 


1,739 


4,185 


443 


91 


O 


1 


161 


162 


30 


95 


125 


287 


15 


3,506 


3,521 


2,574 


6,095 


544 


89 


N 


1 


229 


230 


54 


122 


176 


406 


27 


4,758 


4,785 


3,150 


7,935 


883 


185 


D 


— 


325 


325 


47 


159 


206 


531 


16 


6,079 


6,095 


4,191 


10,286 


913 


257 


1983 J 


_ 


80 


80 


25 


143 


168 


248 


_ 


1,561 


1,561 


3,022 


4,583 


949 


154 


F 


— 


138 


138 


36 


146 


182 


320 


1 


2,865 


2,866 


3,161 


6.027 


1.105 


205 


M 


— 


203 


203 


37 


259 


296 


499 


— 


4.385 


4,385 


5,014 


9.399 


1,242 


363 


A 


— 


131 


131 


50 


201 


251 


382 


— 


2.635 


2,635 


4,752 


7,387 


1.082 


397 


M 


— 


261 


261 


31 


183 


214 


475 


1 


5.349 


5,350 


3,888 


9,238 


1,112 


315 


J 


— 


262 


262 


33 


235 


268 


530 


— 


5.007 


5.007 


3,994 


9,001 


1,268 


412 


J 


1 


270 


271 


45 


164 


209 


480 


12 


5,138 


5.150 


3,584 


8,734 


1,101 


323 


A 


— 


255 


255 


29 


139 


168 


423 


8 


4,504 


4,512 


2,864 


7,376 


1,110 


347 


S 


— 


217 


217 


14 


148 


162 


379 


5 


4,006 


4,011 


2.615 


6,626 


834 


293 


O 


1 


257 


258 


14 


149 


163 


421 


28 


4,614 


4,642 


2.722 


7,364 


798 


258 


N 


1 


265 


266 


20 


154 


174 


440 


12 


4,763 


4,775 


2,857 


7,632 


907 


304 


D 


1 


256 


259 


13 


125 


138 


397 


18 


4,796 


4,814 


2.231 


7,045 


807 


321 


1984 J 


— 


95 


95 


9 


123 


132 


227 





1,646 


1,646 


2,309 


3.955 


782 


346 


F 


— 


148 


148 


14 


143 


157 


305 


1 


2.404 


2,405 


2,585 


4.990 


893 


403 


M 


— 


214 


214 


46 


205 


251 


465 


— 


3,519 


3,519 


3,975 


7.494 


1.200 


325 


A 


— 


94 


94 


21 


250 


271 


365 


— 


1,455 


1,455 


4,221 


5,676 


1,054 


357 


M 




185 


185 


37 


267 


304 


489 




3.380 


3,380 


4,477 


7,857 


1,128 


369 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 

'Data are on a gross basis i.e. they do not take account of cancellations or alterations of loans after initial approval. 'Agency loans (loans made by other lending institutions on 

behalf of CM.H.C.) are included under CM.H.C 'Includes fraternal and mutual benefit societies, Quebec savings banks and. since May 1967, chartered banks 'Includes new and 

existing commercial structures and farm property. 

Source: Canadian Housing Statistics, Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation. 



93 



Section 8— Table 10 

Table 10: Domestic shipments of building materials by Canadian manufacturers 



September 1984 











Rigid insulating 


board 








Gypsum 
products 




Sort 




Building 














wood, 
plywood 


Sawn 
lumber' 


board 
(panels 


As- 
phalted 


Roof 
insu- 


Other 
deco- 


Particle 
board 


Hardboards 






Wall 








natural 


sheating 
board 


lation 


rative 




All types 


hoflrd 1 


Year 


Million 
sq. ft 


Million 


or coated) 


board 


board 


Thousands 
cu. 




and 


Million sq. ft 
'/•" basis 


Million 


month 


■/.- 


bd. ft. 




Million sq. ft. Vj 


basis 




metres 


sq metres 


D 


340000 


340001 


340003 


340004 


340005 


340006 


340007 


340033 


340010 


1982 


1,535 


16,388 


46 


122 


71 


46 


753 




X 


1983 


1,852 


19,990 


58 


173 


64 


52 


1 056 


533 


X 


1983 F 


139.7 


1,542.3 


5.3 


16.5 


2.1 


4.5 


1088 


35.6 


17.6 


M 


158.4 


1.777.1 


5.1 


17.3 


2.8 


5.7 


147.2 


51.4 


14.6 


A 


1566 


1.632.7 


4.1 


14.1 


3.6 


7.1 


131.8 


47.9 


12.2 


M 


1836 


1,754 


6.8 


21.1 


4.8 


5.0 


143.1 


51.7 


14.7 


J 


197.6 


1,861.2 


6.1 


15.7 


5.6 


3.7 


148 6 


66.1 


18.6 


J 


160.9 


1 ,567.8 


4.9 


14.0 


5.8 


2.6 


106 3 


466 


15.2 


A 


148.7 


1,643.3 


50 


14.6 


60 


3.6 


1426 


51.3 


17.5 


S 


145.6 


1,743.7 


5.0 


17.4 


8.1 


5.1 


146.2 


40.5 


19.6 


O 


169.7 


1,788.6 


3.7 


14.7 


9.3 


3.7 


139 9 


42.7 


17.9 


N 


125.5 


1,622.3 


5.2 


15.0 


9.9 


4.5 


142.9 


398 


20.2 


D 


132.1 


1,637 6 


30 


3.7 


3.4 


3.2 


104.6 


32.9 


16.6 


1984 J 


148.1 


1,627.8 


26 


66 


24 


2.0 


121.4 


32.5 


19.9 


F 


149.8 


1 ,649.4 


5.9 


16.8 


4.6 


5.9 


167.3 


34.7 


18.7 


M 


124.0 


1,714.1 


3.2 


14.5 


3.7 


4.5 


171.1 


41.3 


21.4 


A 


113.6 


1,751.3 


3.8 


12.7 


5.3 


3.2 


163.5 


46.4 


19.6 


M 


138.4 


1,764.0 


5.6 


14.8 


6.6 


3.9 


175.5 


51.5 


18.9 


J 


168.7 


1,873.5 


6.7 


20.2 


9.8 


2.9 


178.2 


49.0 


20.6 


J 






4.1 


15.5 


11.9 


2.5 






19.9 






Iron and 


steel products 






Mineral 
wool for 


Mineral 












Construction 1 






building 


wool 


















insu- 


granulated. 

loose or 

bulk 


Asphalt produr 




Steel 

wire, 


Concrete 
rein- 


Hot 


Cold 
reduced 


Galva- 


lation 
bafts 








Asphalt 


Rooting 




nails' 


forcing 
bars 


rolled 


sheets 


nized 






shingles 


asphalt 


Year 




sheets 


& strip 


sheets 


Thousands 


Thousands 


and 


(000) 










sq 

metres 


cu. 


met. 


met. 


month 


net tons 




(000) met tonnes 




metres 


bundle 


tonnes 


D 


340018 


340021 


340022 


340023 


340024 


340031 


340032 


340026 


340027 


1982 


135 


297 


90 


61 


274 


75 927 


3 405 


23 505 


106 


1983 


215 


313 


100 


59 


306 


83 911 


2 287 


28 601 


103 


1983 F 


14.4 


17.2 


5.9 


3.6 


18.0 


4 989 


138 


2 806.4 


5.1 


M 


19.2 


25.3 


7.2 


4.2 


27.1 


4 905 


148 


3 837.0 


5.8 


A 


12.1 


36.7 


7.5 


50 


29.6 


5 097 


138 


2 902.3 


6.3 


M 


13 .1 


25.2 


83 


6.2 


38.0 


6 247 


134 


2 650.9 


8.5 


J 


15.3 


28.6 


9.2 


4.6 


32.4 


8 578 


149 


2 884.1 


11.1 


J 


13.5 


23.4 


8.2 


4.3 


32.0 


7 659 


167 


2 325.4 


5.7 


A 


14.0 


23.7 


10.8 


62 


33.6 


10 378 


205 


2 758.6 


10.3 


S 


31.1 


34.0 


11.1 


54 


27.4 


6943 


332 


2 734.0 


12.9 





27.2 


30.7 


9.9 


6.9 


23.0 


8 663 


250 


2 091.4 


13.8 


N 


26.4 


30.3 


9.2 


48 


205 


8 649 


265 


1 290.6 


12.6 


D 


17.1 


19.7 


7.3 


3.7 


12.0 


5 739 


153 


653.4 


7.3 


1984 J 


20.0 


23.1 


9.6 


5.2 


17.3 


5 511 


149 


1 498.2 


4.0 


F 


24.7 


21.6 


9.0 


5.7 


16.4 


5 699 


121 


3 035.8 


7.3 


M 


268 


30.9 


9.9 


5.5 


25.5 


5 138 


143 


3 215.0 


7.1 


A 


12.9 


27.4 


9.2 


45 


24.5 


5 807 


198 


2 559.5 


7.2 


M 


14.9 


28.7 


11.4 


5.8 


32.7 


5 073 


292 


3 332.2 


8.5 


J 




29.5 


11.7 


6.7 


34.8 


5 302 


321 


3 183.2 


10.2 


J 












5 857 


377 


2 527.3 


11.5 



'Includes export shipments. 'Building Contractors, public and utility construction and structural steel fabricators 

Sources: Construction Type Plywood (35-001), Production, Shipments and Stocks on Hand of Sawmills East of the Rockies (35-002), Production, Shipments and Stocks on 
Hand of Sawmills In B.C. (35-003), Hardboard (36-001), Rigid Insulating Board (36-002), Particle Board (36-003), Primary Iron and Steel (41-001), Steel Wire and Specified 
Wire Products (41-006), Gypsum Products (44-003), Mineral Wool (44-004), Asphalt Roofing (45-001). 



94 



Section 9 ■ Food and Agriculture 

96 1. Farm Cash Receipts, by Source 

98 2. Inspected Slaughter, Cold Storage Stocks and Eggs 

98 3. Farm Input Price Index and Selected Components 

99 4. Exports of Grains and Livestock Products 
99 5. Milk 

00 6. Sugar 



95 



Section 9— Table 1 

Table 1 : Farm cash receipts, by source (million dollars) 



September 1984 









Total 












Crops 


















cash 
receipts 
































Wheat 




Oats. 




Barley, 
















trom 






C.W.B 




O.W.B. 




CWB 


CWB 








Year 


Total 


Supple- 


farming 






partici- 




partici- 




partici- 


net cash 








and 


cash 


mentary 


opera- 


Total 




pation 




pation 




pation 


advance 








month 


receipts 


payments 


tions 


crops 


Wheat 


payments 


Oats payments 


Barley payments 


sayments 


Rye 


Flaxseed 


Rapeseed 


D 


200000 


200001 


200002 


200003 


200004 


200005 200006 200007 


200008 


200009 


200010 


200011 


200012 


200014 


1982 


18.830.72 


171.98 


18,658 74 


8,719.26 


3.561.21 


463.82 


54.13 


0.57 


818.91 


1 1 1 .56 


2.70 


5657 


114.04 


599.46 


1983 


18.72550 


648 


18,71902 


9.114.13 


3.729.29 


51057 


50.98 


206 


83524 


85 93 


-3.63 


60 62 


151.24 


726.36 


1982 J 


1,563 94 


20.55 


1,543 39 


745.53 


450.00 







966 


_ 


126 38 


_ 


-7.94 


12.36 


14.50 


70.54 


A 


1,193 34 


093 


1,192.41 


380 98 


176.38 




— 


1.85 


— 


17.25 


— 


483 


964 


1 19 


4.73 


S 


2,054 53 


0.16 


2.05437 


1 .076 38 


68381 




779 


362 


— 


49.14 


— 


5624 


4.77 


1796 


52.84 





1,739 79 


0.30 


1,739.49 


887 31 


372.16 




— 


4.33 


— 


68.07 


— 


7592 


2.27 


21.16 


74.19 


N 


1,473 52 




1,473.51 


63554 


183.01 




— 


2.91 


— 


65.19 


— 


37.02 


1.41 


12.27 


69 20 


D 


1,455.17 


3.96 


1,451.20 


613.13 


311 93 




— 


2.78 


— 


48 78 


— 


-21 92 


2.44 


4.72 


51.62 


1983 J 


2.729 66 


4.63 


2.72503 


1.969 48 


290 85 


507 07 


3.07 


1 91 


70.44 


73.52 


-11.85 


2.12 


4.66 


72.43 


F 


1.121.77 


1.74 


1.120.02 


354 62 


103 88 




— 


308 


— 


60.03 


— 


-16.51 


1.14 


1.91 


44.86 


M 


1,268 85 


0.11 


1.268 74 


415.76 


19031 




— 


4.17 


— 


47 85 


— 


-28.62 


1.98 


3.78 


43.12 


A 


1,213.63 


0.03 


1,213 60 


434 77 


243 20 




— 


3.19 


— 


52 19 


— 


-27 80 


2.17 


12.49 


35.87 


M 


1,402 78 


-0.01 


1.402 81 


59534 


347.21 




— 


3.87 


— 


83 38 


— 


-24.69 


236 


1064 


32.18 


J 


1,555 81 


-0.01 


1.555.82 


710.56 


511.00 




— 


4.57 


— 


85.47 


— 


-1957 


6.99 


1990 


27.21 


J 


1,420 22 




1 .420.23 


718 46 


526 85 




— 


6.11 


— 


104.11 


— 


-12.51 


9.59 


23 98 


43.89 


A 


1.216 80 




1.216.79 


46269 


234 66 




— 


2.23 


— 


31 02 


— 


4.78 


6.53 


4.67 


19.75 


S 


1.705.14 




1,705 14 


847.25 


34892 




3.50 


3.82 


— 


55.54 


— 


65 44 


369 


21.43 


104 89 





1.794.74 




1.794.74 


997 64 


220.21 




— 


6.44 


— 


101.06 


— 


65 33 


7.05 


29.33 


118.41 


N 


1.649.68 


0.01 


1,649.67 


837 94 


25921 




— 


6.06 


— 


80 46 


— 


39 78 


12.36 


10.07 


104.76 


D 


1 .646 43 


001 


1,646 42 


769 58 


45299 




— 


4.37 


015 


63 68 


12.42 


-37 33 


463 


8.39 


79.00 


1984 J 


2.593.87 




2,593.86 


1 .829 69 


148 84 


399 08 


4.46 


1 93 


53.30 


8.67 


-863 


2.72 


7.11 


92.75 


F 


1,258.77 


0.01 


1.258 76 


465 04 


106 99 




— 


4.53 


— 


48.51 


— 


-10.66 


3.33 


7.79 


85.94 


M 


1.401.00 




1.401 00 


513.23 


14491 


13.27 


4.71 


— 


62.18 


— 


-13.86 


4.02 


471 


96.89 


A 


1 ,424 47 




1,424 46 


607 14 


34869 




0.02 


4.91 


— 


56.23 


— 


-2426 


5.66 


7.25 


80.46 


M 


1,367 69 


001 


1,367 69 


461 .93 


235 11 




0.02 


369 


— 


36.91 


— 


-31.41 


5.40 


6.85 


43.62 


J 


1,424 04 




1.424 04 


596 34 


372.66 




0.01 


5.43 




64.73 




-22.36 


8.04 


6.03 


20 65 














Crops 








































Liquida- 


Western 


















Flori- 








tion of 


Grain 








Year 














culture 






Deferred 


deferred 


Stabili- 


Livestock and products 


and 






Sugar 






Vege- 


and 




Other 


grain 


grain 


zation 








month 


Soybeans 


Corn 


beets Potatoes 


Fruits 


tables 


nursery 


Tobacco 


crops 


receipts 


receipts 


Payments 


Total 


Cattle 


Carves 


D 


200015 


200016 


200017 


200018 200019 200020 


237736 


200021 


200022 


205069 


205070 


225947 


200034 


200035 


200036 


1982 


199 50 


417.89 


33.72 


276.66 273.00 441 .87 


287.91 


389.94 


274.16 


-706.46 


823.52 




9,447.59 


3,175.70 


324.97 


1983 


248.97 


59845 


45 43 


293.67 268.00 436.76 


301.98 


287.03 


250 77 


-837.43 


70647 




9,089.07 


3,127.53 


302.79 


1982 J 


8.29 


23 94 





8.05 


55.38 


52.57 


13.82 





2.17 


-94.42 








764 28 


243.35 


15.67 


A 


3.13 


9.71 


2.50 


1409 


54.62 


7499 


13.82 


— 


7.30 


-17.30 


— 


— 


776.17 


248.02 


16.30 


S 


3.62 


12 03 


063 


21.94 


51.65 10718 


38.24 


26.00 


50.77 


-116 89 


— 


— 


953.46 


350.65 


26.16 





4230 


49.51 


1.25 


2400 


32.31 


4223 


38 24 


56.90 


51.47 


-72.52 


— 


— 


813.91 


274.18 


44 83 


N 


1764 


64 62 


17 27 


19 95 


15.46 


23.71 


13.82 


73.52 


9296 


-79.35 


— 


— 


787.92 


272.82 


62.67 


D 


11.70 


42.02 


773 


24.30 


17.79 


21.37 


13.81 


37.26 


32.62 


-196 54 


— 


— 


775.26 


219.88 


21.42 


1983 J 


26 53 


43 85 


096 


21.24 


14.46 


24.29 


14.51 


70.01 


31.62 


-29.82 


70647 





726.94 


250 75 


20.04 


F 


1299 


25.10 


— 


1885 


8.01 


20 08 


14.51 


15.40 


13.18 


-8.01 


— 


— 


737.39 


252.15 


27.52 


M 


25 22 


39.26 


0.97 


2460 


4.94 


17 89 


14.51 


15.40 


0.02 


-7.26 


— 


— 


819.20 


302 23 


22 96 


A 


17.86 


28.65 


— 


3892 


2.79 


16 94 


14.51 


— 


8.23 


-15.07 


— 


— 


719.55 


254.61 


16.95 


M 


1259 


4067 


2.37 


2583 


1.80 


17.56 


52.87 


— 


9.44 


-23 15 


— 


— 


755.64 


252.42 


22.11 


J 


828 


33.47 


223 


19 17 


13 20 


21.94 


52.87 


— 


-2.30 


-74.40 


— 


— 


822.81 


325.40 


19.90 


J 


1928 


2322 


— 


7.06 


53.64 


51 82 


14.51 


— 


-2.83 


-164 59 


— 


— 


677.82 


216.49 


13.52 


A 


1280 


1338 


3.32 


1468 


52.87 


73.97 


14.51 


— 


-1.44 


-42.57 


— 


— 


725.83 


227 93 


12.91 


s 


7.86 


14.79 


2.05 


2651 


5121 105.19 


40 09 


— 


51.04 


-81.99 


— 


— 


822 77 


286.44 


21.02 





71 86 


157 03 


2.49 


30 65 


32.05 


43 00 


40.08 


59.27 


5369 


-57.77 


— 


— 


754.53 


253 93 


42.84 


N 


2299 


134 85 


29 90 


31.43 


15.17 


22 08 


14.51 


8087 


62 82 


-115.41 


— 


— 


757.99 


256.78 


56.01 


D 


10 69 


44.18 


1.13 


3474 


17 86 


21 98 


14.51 


46 09 


27.34 


-217.28 


— 


— 


768.58 


248.39 


27.01 


1984 J 


31.71 


46.67 


0.63 


38 80 


15.41 


2403 


15.09 


73.48 


54 56 


-3067 


837 44 





717.87 


245.38 


20.05 


F 


7.41 


32 46 


— 


34 82 


860 


20 00 


15 09 


90 63 


13.17 


-5.37 


— 


— 


74849 


249.95 


21 28 


M 


21 73 


44 88 


1 00 


38.23 


5.34 


17.21 


15.09 


42.14 


11.24 


-9.98 


— 


— 


839.55 


305.72 


24.50 


A 


16.17 


37.89 


— 


48 00 


304 


1915 


15.09 


— 


666 


-18.59 


— 


— 


756.99 


253.88 


21.01 


M 


24 56 


51.15 


1.47 


28.27 


1.96 


1910 


55.76 


— 


645 


-27.74 


— 


— 


848.85 


314.65 


18.59 


J 


9.23 


51.01 


0.93 


18.77 


1428 


2677 


54.71 




8.71 


-43.28 






794.66 


262.02 


13.17 



Source: Farm Cash Receipts (21-001), Statistics Canada. 



96 



September 


1984 
















Section 9 


-Table 


1 /Concluded 


"able 1: Farm cash 


eceipts, by 


source (million dollars)/concluded 






























Forest 






Provincial 








Livestock and products 








and 


Dairy 




income 


'ear 
















maple 


supple- 




stabili- 


nd 








Dairy 








products 


mentary 


Deficiency 


zation 


lonth 


Hogs 


Sheep 


Lambs 


products 


Poultry 


Eggs 


Other 


total 


payments 


payments 


program 


D 


200037 


200038 


200039 


200040 


200041 


200042 


200043 


200049 


200052 


200053 


206686 


982 


1,952.55 


3.54 


24.17 


2,556.26 


773.69 


462.68 


174.04 


90.38 


274.44 


27.84 


99.24 


983 


1,711.86 


3.42 


24.33 


2,492 26 


770.30 


483.21 


1 73.35 


97.36 


265.59 


28.02 


124.85 


982 J 


150 27 


0.25 


1.67 


230.55 


75.77 


39.52 


7.23 





27.11 


0.46 


6.01 


A 


158.49 


0.34 


2.17 


225.37 


72.53 


39.36 


13.58 


— 


26.23 


0.29 


8.74 


S 


204.17 


0.41 


2.74 


221 68 


86.06 


38.22 


23.37 


3.17 


22.12 


0.15 


-0.90 





160.12 


0.31 


2.09 


209 82 


70.76 


38.36 


1344 


9.44 


28.50 


0.07 


0.27 


N 


145.91 


0.27 


2.13 


196.88 


58.27 


37.91 


11.06 


12.50 


26.08 


0.11 


11.36 


D 


200.98 


0.41 


2.58 


205.37 


55.61 


38.14 


30.86 


6.48 


22.28 


2.89 


31.17 


983 J 


157.65 


0.16 


1.34 


198.34 


51.72 


38.30 


8.62 


3.22 


19.50 


0.95 


4.93 


F 


160.92 


0.17 


1.47 


181.34 


49.68 


36.29 


27.84 


3.27 


19.68 


1.11 


3.95 


M 


182.82 


0.29 


2.66 


206.21 


53.15 


39.92 


8.95 


6.73 


19.22 


039 


7.44 


A 


135.61 


0.21 


1.54 


211.61 


52.24 


39.22 


7.56 


28.53 


18.90 


2.40 


9.45 


M 


139.39 


0.26 


1.77 


222.94 


65.95 


40.99 


9.81 


21.68 


19.67 


0.30 


10.18 


J 


140.67 


0.36 


2.12 


222.42 


64.85 


39.78 


7.32 


— 


21.53 


0.14 


0.77 


J 


119.36 


0.31 


1.72 


212.91 


66.28 


40.86 


6.37 


— 


22.46 


0.24 


1.25 


A 


127.67 


0.29 


1.86 


220.22 


82.45 


40.57 


11.92 


— 


26.40 


0.41 


1.45 


S 


160.27 


0.41 


2.72 


210.11 


77.51 


39.85 


24.45 


3.43 


24.12 


3.43 


4.13 





122.95 


0.29 


2.22 


206.37 


70.14 


41 46 


14 33 


10.30 


24.43 


2.46 


5.37 


N 


121.59 


0.34 


2.02 


194.71 


73.01 


41 93 


11.59 


13 36 


23.59 


13.66 


3.14 


D 


142.96 


0.32 


2.90 


205.08 


63 30 


44 04 


34 57 


6.83 


26.09 


2.53 


72.80 


984 J 


135.03 


0.20 


1.42 


208.92 


54.59 


43.17 


9.10 


3.28 


18 40 


14.87 


9.76 


F 


133.57 


0.19 


1.45 


199.94 


69.47 


4087 


31.75 


3.43 


19.78 


16.52 


549 


M 


164.97 


029 


3.02 


221 18 


65.40 


44 82 


965 


7.29 


20.50 


12.46 


7.96 


A 


146.76 


0.21 


1.81 


223.78 


60.12 


41.36 


8.05 


30.12 


19.51 


7.66 


3.03 


M 


144.69 


0.25 


1.65 


243.25 


72.95 


41.76 


11.05 


22.93 


21.40 


7.70 


4.87 


J 


146.93 


0.33 


2.13 


242.79 


77.23 


42.99 


7.06 


— 


23.88 


496 


4.20 



iource: Farm Cash Receipts (21-001), Statistics Canada. 



97 



Section 9— Tables 2 and 3 

Table 2: Inspected slaughter, cold storage stocks and eggs 



September 1984 





Inspected slaughte 


r (thousands) 




Cold 


storage stocks, 


end of period (metric tonnes) 






Eggs 




Year 


Canada total sales 


Total 


and 
month 


Cattle 


Calves 


Sheep and 
lambs 


Hogs 


Beet 


Veal 


Mutton 
and lamb 


Pork, 
total 


Poultry' 


For con- 
sumption 


For 
hatching 


of con- 
sumption 


D 


2971 


2972 


2973 


2974 


2975 


2976 


2977 


2978 


203414 


225692 


225694 


225697 


1982 


3,294 


412 


202 


12,701 


18.2 


08 


1.8 


11.0 


44.4 


450.73 


33.35 


8.85 


1983 


3.240 


440 


228 


12,906 


202 


08 


48 


10.9 


38.6 


46207 


3287 


9.81 


1982 S 


337 


41 


21 


1,162 


15.8 


1.1 


2.9 


98 


45.3 


36.53 


2.67 


0.78 





252 


35 


16 


969 


15.5 


1.0 


2.9 


10.0 


46.2 


37.32 


2.51 


0.80 


N 


259 


37 


18 


979 


15.9 


1.0 


18 


11.3 


48.1 


37 16 


2.73 


069 


D 


321 


44 


26 


1.308 


18.2 


08 


1.8 


11.0 


44.4 


3907 


2.32 


0.75 


1983 J 


266 


32 


13 


996 


166 


0.7 


2.1 


10.8 


338 


39 00 


2.39 


0.77 


F 


256 


32 


14 


985 


15.9 


08 


2.4 


120 


32.2 


35.85 


2.57 


0.76 


M 


292 


45 


26 


1,228 


16.9 


0.7 


2.2 


14.4 


33.1 


38 83 


2.92 


0.81 


A 


238 


39 


16 


1,018 


17.5 


0.8 


3.0 


144 


299 


37.07 


3.18 


0.81 


M 


244 


36 


17 


960 


172 


0.8 


3.1 


14.9 


31.5 


39 17 


2.99 


0.81 


J 


330 


38 


19 


1,171 


17.2 


0.8 


2.9 


13.5 


32.4 


37.88 


3.00 


0.83 


J 


255 


28 


15 


966 


16.2 


1.0 


3.1 


12.8 


34.4 


40 03 


2.63 


0.83 


A 


254 


31 


17 


981 


16.3 


1.1 


4.1 


12.2 


37.2 


39.24 


2.70 


0.80 


S 


319 


43 


26 


1,255 


16.7 


1.0 


4.7 


10.1 


408 


37.97 


2.60 


0.83 





255 


37 


21 


1.050 


16.3 


1.0 


4.6 


9.5 


39.7 


38.91 


2.50 


0.85 


N 


264 


38 


18 


1.097 


18.2 


1.0 


5.2 


10.8 


40.2 


38.14 


2.78 


0.83 


D 


266 


39 


25 


1.199 


20.2 


0.8 


48 


10.9 


38.6 


39.99 


2.58 


0.86 


1984 J 


242 


36 


17 


1.034 


21.1 


1.2 


4.5 


11.8 


25.1 


39.50 


2.39 


0.88 


F 


240 


36 


15 


1.050 


20.6 


09 


3.2 


11.7 


26.2 


3605 


2.69 


0.83 


M 


293 


54 


19 


1.298 


20.4 


0.8 


26 


13.4 


25.0 


37.95 


3.63 


0.85 


A 


— 


— 


— 


— 


21.0 


0.8 


2.4 


13.5 


25.3 


36.26 


3.15 


0.84 


M 


— 


— 


— 


— 


208 


07 


2.3 


12.8 


23.1 


37.83 


2.81 


0.84 


J 


— 


— 


— 


— 


18.9 


07 


2.0 


12.2 


25.8 


36.08 


3.27 


0.85 


J 


— 


— 


— 


— 


17.7 


0.8 


2.0 


12.2 


30.7 


— 


— 


— 


A 










17.7 


0.8 


23 


11.5 


33.9 









'Excludes stocks in (railway) transit after June 30, 1968 

Sources: Stocks of Dairy and Frozen Poultry Products (32-009), Stocks of Frozen Meat Products (32-012), Statistics Canada; Canada, Livestock and Meat Trade Report, 

Agriculture Canada. 

Table 3: Farm input price index, 1 and selected components, Canada 





Farm 
inputs 
total 1 


Building 

and 

fencing 

Major 
group 


Machinery and 


motor vehicles 


Crop production 

Major Ferti- 
group 2 lizer 


Animal Production 


Supplies 

and 

services 


Hired 

farm 

labour 


Property 
taxes 


Interest 






Major 
group 


Machinery 
replace- 
ment 


Motor 
vehicle 
replace- 
ment 


Machinery 
and 
motor 
vehicle 
opera- 
tion 


Farm 




Major 
group 2 


Feeders 
live- 
stock 


Feed 




Year 

and 


Major 
group 


Major 
group 


Major 
group" 


Major 
group 


Major 
group 


quarter 
















1981 = 


= 100 
















D 


600000 


600003 


600090 


600093 


600256 


600294 


600400 


600473 


600574 


600577 


600642 


600832 


600898 


600937 


600950 


600979 


1982 


103.2 


107.2 


109 2 


105.9 


105.5 


112.7 


100.1 


957 


99.7 


104.0 


92.5 


109.3 


106.3 


115.3 


97.3 


102.1 


1983 


104.3 


116.4 


113.7 


110.4 


110.4 


117.2 


97.9 


90.2 


101.4 


104.0 


96.6 


115.1 


111.9 


122.0 


86.0 


100.8 


1981 3 


100.3 


99.3 


98.5 


988 


99.3 


98.1 


100.0 


100.0 


102.1 


102.1 


102.3 


98.2 


99.3 


100.0 


101.1 


96.6 


4 


102.2 


103.6 


101.7 


101.0 


100.3 


102.5 


101.5 


102.3 


100.7 


100.4 


101.1 


101.3 


100.9 


100.0 


109.7 


98.8 


1982 1 


99.8 


102.5 


105.5 


104.2 


106.5 


106.7 


101.3 


101.2 


94.5 


94.6 


93.8 


104.5 


102.9 


100 


97.5 


117.0 


2 


100 7 


1044 


107.0 


106 4 


100.9 


108.2 


100.3 


96.9 


94.6 


94.4 


94.0 


107.3 


104.5 


115.3 


97.8 


107.1 


3 


105.1 


106.2 


110.3 


1078 


105.7 


113.2 


1004 


966 


103.3 


109 1 


94.3 


109.6 


105.7 


115.3 


101.3 


107.8 


4 


1045 


108 7 


1083 


1039 


105.9 


112.8 


1007 


96.1 


102.8 


107.5 


95.4 


109.5 


1069 


115.3 


100.1 


109.6 


1983 1 


102.3 


1093 


111.1 


105.4 


109.6 


116.7 


98.9 


93 1 


979 


105.1 


86.3 


110.9 


108 


115.3 


90.0 


107.1 


2 


1039 


112.5 


111.5 


110.6 


109.6 


112.6 


97.5 


89.1 


102.8 


111.1 


89.8 


112.9 


109.8 


122.0 


86.5 


121.4 


3 


1046 


115.7 


114.0 


110 8 


109.0 


117.6 


98.1 


90.5 


102 9 


107.5 


95.1 


114.9 


111.4 


122.0 


843 


119.4 


4 


104.5 


119.9 


114.6 


110.2 


109.3 


119.5 


97.8 


90.7 


100.6 


101.6 


980 


115.8 


112.7 


122.0 


85.8 


120.9 


1984 1 


104.2 


117.6 


114.5 


109.9 


113.8 


119.1 


98.0 


90.4 


99.4 


95.8 


103.6 


116.7 


113.6 


122.0 


87.4 


124.4 


2 


107.1 


118.0 


116.8 


112.5 


113.9 


121.3 


100.1 


92.6 


104.2 


105.4 


101.4 


1188 


115.0 


124.2 


88.5 


125.9 



'Price indexes of inputs measure only changes in prices of units ot inputs They do not reflect other important changes in costs of production, such as changing quantities and produc- 
tivity of inputs They should not be interpreted, therefore, as equivalent to indexes ol cost per unit of input Direct comparison ot them with price indexes of output can yield misleading 
indications of the changing relationship of costs and income The price indexes tor the last two years are subject to revision. 'The major groups include additional components than 
the selected ones shown 
Source: Farm Input Price Index (62-004), Statistics Canada. 



98 






leptember 1984 






















Section 9- 


-Tables 4 and 5 


able 4: 


Exports of 


grains 


and livestock products 




















ear 

nd 
ronth 






Grains (metric tonne) 










Livestock prod 


nets (million pounds) 






Beef, 

veal, 

fresh, 

chilled 

or frozen 


Bacon 

hams & 

shoulders 


Canned 
meats 


Cheese 


Skim 

milk 

powder 


Poultry 


Eggs in 


Wheat 


Flour 
in terms 
of wheat 


Oats 


Barley 


Rye 


Flaxseed 


Rapeseed 


the shell 

(million 

dozens) 1 


D 


237928 


215170 


238072 


238174 


238224 


238290 


238354 


3024 


3025 


3026 


3027 


3028 


3029 


3030 


982 
















133.75 


2.95 


4.09 


11.08 


262.35 


1.92 


5.49 


983 
















134.59 


2.98 


8.54 


10.69 


180.48 


2.72 


10.10 


982 J 


1 670.95 


16.64 


4.54 


386.29 


6.54 


31.22 


111.61 


11.31 


0.27 


0.27 


1.72 


22.27 


0.08 


0.95 


A 


1 465.24 


22.36 


2.84 


357.94 


8.60 


50.24 


103.42 


13.40 


0.23 


0.45 


0.12 


3.44 


0.04 


0.47 


S 


1 642.16 


29.43 


2.68 


470.34 


21.07 


34.77 


105.76 


15.26 


0.16 


0.40 


0.33 


17.24 


0.15 


0.24 





1 250.85 


14.51 


1.55 


576.10 


40.89 


60.22 


36.20 


13.30 


0.19 


0.38 


0.94 


7.14 


0.36 


0.16 


N 


1 639.99 


43.60 


3.86 


664.32 


36.87 


50.12 


165.58 


6.51 


0.29 


0.40 


1.52 


68.71 


0.36 


0.21 


D 


1 433.11 


14.64 


2.55 


461 .68 


17.01 


26.97 


126.89 


1.27 


0.27 


0.29 


1.00 


61.25 


0.31 


0.16 


983 J 


959.37 


45.79 


7.31 


297.90 


9.71 


26.90 


99.76 


18.13 


0.24 


0.41 


0.37 


5.88 


0.12 


0.86 


F 


948.79 


44.49 


10.40 


280.59 


14.47 


14.91 


95.99 


15.54 


0.26 


0.50 


0.42 


15.26 


0.17 


0.24 


M 


1 320.26 


22.51 


8.31 


358.21 


8.60 


18.50 


110.34 


19.03 


0.33 


0.67 


0.71 


17.03 


0.09 


0.16 


A 


1 636.48 


13.29 


4.68 


282.92 


26.93 


44.82 


106 69 


12.52 


0.26 


0.96 


0.65 


10.55 


0.04 


0.07 


M 


2 039.05 


33.06 


13.42 


618.34 


47.06 


28.68 


75.88 


10 68 


0.26 


1.53 


1.58 


42.30 


0.09 


0.14 


J 


1 954.79 


6.93 


14.57 


589.40 


19.86 


28.00 


120.49 


10.20 


0.17 


1.03 


0.67 


9.85 


0.12 


1.57 


J 


1 978.64 


11.77 


31.74 


372.32 


62.84 


50.45 


124.31 


11.96 


0.28 


1.34 


1.10 


19.94 


0.09 


2.00 


A 


2 212.98 


36.02 


24.19 


611.35 


71.91 


43.14 


75.48 


14.09 


0.18 


0.91 


0.24 


17.32 


050 


2.62 


S 


1 806.44 


31.43 


14.67 


932.15 


106.62 


93.12 


67.67 


8.60 


0.30 


0.53 


0.57 


19.64 


0.33 


0.09 





1 904.61 


23.27 


16.10 


518.11 


123.65 


68.10 


91.68 


5.91 


0.29 


0.32 


0.66 


6.67 


0.42 


1.73 


N 


1 423.17 


30.54 


11.11 


592.80 


94.41 


96.43 


125.38 


5.38 


0.09 


0.17 


2.36 


5.30 


0.40 


0.36 


D 


1 030.17 


2.60 


19.02 


245.87 


39.85 


69.75 


126.89 


2.56 


0.32 


0.14 


1.34 


10.74 


0.33 


0.24 


984 J 


750.42 


25.91 


14.25 


179.57 


91.20 


24.51 


139.66 


21.22 


0.25 


14 


0.28 


12.74 


0.28 


19.96 


F 


644.22 


38.79 


5.77 


256.16 


27.51 


58.70 


268 68 


18.20 


0.13 


0.12 


0.40 


8.80 


0.06 


1.30 


M 


916.61 


20.54 


6.27 


254.92 


28.93 


24.12 


173.04 


16.16 


0.20 


0.34 


0.49 


5.72 


0.13 


3.06 


A 


1 159.42 


40.24 


4.00 


432.78 


45.98 


29.77 


132.83 


14.98 


0.31 


0.65 


1.33 


14.82 


0.05 


0.75 


M 


2 002.40 


67.24 


5.16 


573.27 


38.11 


49.45 


154.91 


13.18 


0.28 


009 


1.90 


8.99 


0.21 


0.50 


J 


2 310.00 


23.06 


0.08 


367.62 


53.05 


38.81 


104.04 


9.92 


0.24 


0.17 


1.02 


2.53 


0.09 


0.78 



ncludes eggs for hatching 

ources: Grain and Oil Seeds Review (22-007), Exports by Commodities (65-004), Statistics Canada. 



able 5: Milk 









Production of dairy 


factories 








Stocks 2 






Milk sold 


Fluid 


Creamery 


Cheddar 


Evaporated 


Ice cream 


Creamery 


Cheddar 


Variety 


Process 


ear 

id 
tonth 


off farms 


purposes 


butter 


cheese 


whole milk 1 


mix 


butter 


cheese 


cheese 


cheese 




Kilolitres 


tonne 


tonne 


tonne 


Kilolitres 


tonne 


tonne 


tonne 


tonne 


D 


230978 


230979 


231224 


231245 


231271 


231259 


231340 


231350 


231358 


231364 


982 


7 580 423 


2 608 539 


122 747 


89 033 


155 640 


150 861 


39 833 


35 669 


11 683 


6 714 


983 


7 232 775 


2 596 192 


103 579 


99 446 


146 750 


159 107 


28 354 


38 123 


12 422 


7 365 


982 S 


635 649 


215 994 


10 804 


8 334 


14 031 


11 597 


37 226 


37 206 


11 895 


5 485 


O 


607 414 


219 058 


9 187 


6 687 


12 695 


9 152 


39 137 


35 848 


11 629 


5 600 


N 


557 734 


221 778 


8 439 


6 566 


11 812 


10 804 


38 762 


35 648 


12 054 


5 510 


D 


575 540 


223 768 


8 683 


7 092 


12 002 


9414 


39 833 


35 669 


11 683 


6 714 


983 J 


571 054 


212 246 


8 403 


7 351 


13 755 


8 618 


36 925 


36 211 


11 873 


5484 


F 


517 965 


202 105 


7 376 


7 162 


13 907 


9 161 


37 622 


37 139 


11 896 


5 721 


M 


596 355 


230 072 


8 740 


8 289 


12 259 


12 360 


37 422 


37 403 


10 523 


6 367 


A 


623 249 


212 223 


10 060 


7 982 


11 973 


12 159 


35 204 


37 598 


11 845 


4 907 


M 


668 842 


216 553 


10 243 


8 891 


14 988 


16 055 


36 506 


38 755 


10 866 


5 545 


J 


680 386 


210 028 


10 482 


9 690 


17 728 


19 796 


36 055 


37 605 


10 675 


6 177 


J 


660 812 


202 269 


8 479 


9 327 


15 586 


19 160 


37 158 


39 159 


11 050 


5 085 


A 


650 597 


216 433 


8 896 


9 238 


8 221 


18 587 


33 018 


39 585 


11 541 


6 375 


S 


596 387 


224 278 


8 071 


8 894 


9 703 


13 961 


34 607 


40 265 


11 687 


8 462 


O 


574 927 


220 250 


7 619 


7 806 


10 795 


9 803 


32 796 


39 298 


11 719 


7 621 


N 


531 042 


222 713 


7 495 


7 211 


10 380 


9 237 


31 246 


38 412 


11 998 


7 677 


D 


561 159 


227 022 


7715 


7 605 


7 455 


10210 


28 356 


38 042 


12 423 


7 365 


984 J 


568 074 


221 094 


7 872 


8 269 


12 188 


8 342 


24 028 


38 965 


11 584 


5 026 


F 


544 656 


208 100 


7444 


8 020 


12 089 


9 151 


24 218 


38134 


11 910 


6 522 


M 


608 341 


229 251 


9 019 


8 398 


14 264 


11 918 


20 413 


37 470 


11 924 


6 742 


A 


636 643 


209 351 


9 833 


8 509 


11 649 


13 596 


21 755 


37 877 


11 890 


8 456 


M 


697 568 


220 803 


11 465 


8 854 


15344 


15 285 


24 665 


38 968 


12 274 


12096 


J 


712 377 


210 362 


11 814 


9 324 


16 087 


18 660 


28 541 


39 804 


11 244 


7 435 


J 






11 238 


9 065 


9 477 


18 647 


31 123 


39 732 


11 797 


7 050 


A 














33 983 


39 512 







ncludes case and bulk. 'As at end of period. Last month is preliminary, 
lources: The Dairy Review (23-001), Statistics Canada. 



99 



Section 9— Table 6 

Table 6: Sugar (metric tonne) 



September 1984 





Raw cane 


sugar 








Refined sugar 








Year 




Production trom 






Shipments 




Stocks 


and 


Acquisitions 


Stocks, end 
of period 


End ol 


month 


Beet 


Cane 


Total 


Beet 


Cane 


Total 


period 


D 


345124 


345125 


345127 


345128 


345126 


345121 


345122 


345120 


345123 


1982 


935 841 


124 811 


111 184 


914 506 


1 025 690 


100 405 


905 524 


1 005 929 


128 106 


1983 


931 959 


158 877 






1 016 907 






990 391 


124 252 


1982 A 


102 607 


44 336 


— 


78 718 


78 718 


8 506 


82 852 


91 358 


76 380 


S 


93 972 


53 469 


— 


86 617 


86 617 


9 502 


84 639 


94 141 


64 117 





103 650 


61 940 


23 301 


98 901 


122 202 


6544 


92 598 


99 142 


84 798 


N 


110 370 


65 593 


27 355 


89 437 


116 792 


7 940 


79 815 


87 755 


115 201 


D 


119141 


124 811 


26 504 


59 721 


86 225 


6 930 


60 840 


67 770 


128 106 


1983 J 


41 779 


96 098 


22 152 


69 087 


91 239 


6 789 


66 866 


73 655 


143 093 


F 


48 190 


X 


3 288 


70 597 


73 885 


X 


X 


83 079 


X 


M 


76 306 


X 


9 706 


71 996 


81 702 


X 


X 


94 703 


X 


A 


61 319 


51 443 


— 


77 336 


77 336 


X 


X 


87 620 


109 569 


M 


1 1 7 451 


98 408 






68 024 






80 976 


98156 


J 


62 470 


62 153 






98 002 






96 860 


104 348 


J 


86 643 


75 585 






71 189 






78 678 


91 964 


A 


85 275 


87 345 






72 090 






77 993 


92 135 


S 


80 764 


88 299 






78 145 






93 832 


69 763 





144 578 


152 969 






108 485 






73 856 


101 520 


N 


88 480 


172 702 






101 177 






83 979 


123 139 


D 


38 704 


158 877 






95 633 






65 160 


124 252 


1984 J 


69 946 


157 743 






85 037 






65 142 


152 179 


F 


48 687 


132 235 






73 059 






83 247 


138 159 


M 


11 917 


75 878 






64 223 






88 700 


117 595 


A 


78 984 


72 619 






80 822 






74 581 


117962 


M 


72 427 


65 406 






78 331 






95 844 


113 885 


J 


103 074 


73 316 






93 798 






108 378 


101 499 


J 


81 597 


63 729 






89 721 






90 955 


97 998 



Source: The Sugar Situation (32-013), Statistics Canada. 



100 



lection 10 ■ Domestic Trade 

32 1 . Value of Retail Trade by Type of Business and by Province 

35 2. Merchandising Inventories 

36 3. Department Store Sales and Stocks 

36 4. Estimated Restaurant, Caterer and Tavern Receipts, Canada and Provinces 






101 



Section 10— Table 1 

Table 1: Value of retail trade by type of business (million dollars) 



September 1984 



Year 

and 


Grocery 
& combi- 
nation 


All other 

food 

stores 


Depart- 
ment 
stores 


General 
mer- 
chandise 
stores 


General 
stores 


Variety 
stores 


Motor 

vehicle 

dealers' 


Service 

stations 

and 

garages 


Auto- 
motive 
parts and 
access- 
ories 
stores 




Clothing stores 




month 


Men's 


Women's 


Family 


D 

D 


(650059 
650060) 
(650088 
650089) 


650061 
650090 


650062 
650091 


650063 
650092 


650064 
650093 


650065 
650094 


650066 
650095 


(650068 
650069) 
(650097 
650098) 


650070 
650099 


650071 
650100 


650072 
650101 


650073 
650102 


1982 
1983 


24,484.5 
26.237.1 


1 ,945.9 
2,048.8 


10,208.1 
10,930.5 


2,080.0 
2,3120 


1 ,898.4 
1 ,909.8 


1,071.3 
1,129.9 


14,413.0 
17,198.0 


10.1046 
10,295.4 


2,175.0 
2,492.9 


1,113.7 
1 ,249.8 


1,913.0 
2,137.0 


1,275.1 
1 ,487.0 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


2,283.5 


174.5 


763.9 


146.2 


173.6 


88.2 


1.179.9 


9140 


210.0 


84.7 


152.2 


95.1 


A 


1 ,990.7 


162.5 


775.7 


176.3 


1628 


87.8 


1,158.9 


912.4 


170.0 


76.4 


145.1 


107.9 


S 


2,058.8 


161.1 


861.2 


173.7 


169.3 


84.9 


1,198.3 


862.5 


171.7 


82.8 


166.5 


112.5 


O 


2,162.0 


165.8 


859.2 


198.8 


161.2 


86.7 


1,137.9 


866.6 


187.6 


90.2 


171.4 


113.1 


N 


1,971.5 


1603 


1,073.6 


239.3 


149.1 


101.1 


1 ,203.9 


8644 


222.1 


107.3 


180.1 


120.9 


D 


2,390.3 


1969 


1 .608.5 


225.7 


183.1 


168.6 


1,030.0 


843.2 


2364 


176.0 


257.5 


182.1 


1983 J 


1 ,956.2 


141.8 


6230 


144.2 


125.3 


59.7 


9688 


730.4 


1325 


87.0 


137.3 


87.0 


F 


1,903.7 


144.6 


603 8 


150.0 


122.5 


62.7 


1 ,082.8 


686.5 


123.8 


65.3 


119.0 


76.2 


M 


2,133.4 


166.5 


787.5 


179.2 


146.1 


79.6 


1,517.5 


806.4 


153.7 


83.6 


159.2 


103.9 


A 


2,182.3 


167.9 


775.2 


169.5 


145.7 


78.9 


1,512.7 


783.6 


190.3 


95.4 


172.8 


110.7 


M 


2,127.6 


179.0 


842.1 


192.0 


164.7 


889 


1,715.7 


851 5 


235.1 


98.5 


177.2 


118.7 


J 


2,317.5 


188.8 


920.2 


191.6 


185.7 


102.0 


1 ,733.6 


935.8 


262.0 


114.0 


189.2 


129.6 


J 


2,303.1 


1847 


813.7 


164.4 


173.7 


92.0 


1,464.9 


950.3 


234.9 


88.5 


161.3 


111.4 


A 


2.151.8 


168.2 


850.9 


213.0 


171.2 


94.8 


1 ,420.6 


952.4 


208.3 


83.0 


159.5 


121.3 


S 


2,249.5 


170.9 


922.1 


193.0 


172.7 


93.0 


1 ,372.6 


908.1 


207.0 


98.4 


190.8 


133.1 


O 


2,204.2 


166.7 


9220 


215.0 


160.8 


89.9 


1.521.1 


903.1 


214.0 


106.6 


188.7 


128.7 


N 


2.138.5 


165.9 


1,138.8 


263.3 


153.1 


107.3 


1,588.1 


877.6 


254.9 


127.9 


195.5 


141.7 


D 


2,569.2 


2038 


1,731.1 


237.0 


188.6 


181.3 


1 ,299.5 


9098 


276.7 


201.4 


286.5 


224.8 


1984 J 


2,0348 


145.9 


6494 


161.3 


125.0 


61.6 


1,304.3 


850.4 


155.3 


77.6 


146.0 


90.1 


F 


2,061.7 


152.2 


659.3 


1460 


127.0 


67.3 


1,555.1 


799.4 


136.0 


68.6 


137.5 


85.4 


M 


2,385.2 


167.8 


806.7 


175.1 


149.1 


79.9 


1.818.6 


863 6 


164.6 


84.0 


166.5 


111.5 


A 


2,153.4 


172.8 


8427 


185.9 


147.5 


92.1 


1 .931 .4 


857.5 


217.6 


95.2 


179.1 


122.8 


M 


2,359.1 


191.7 


927 8 


192.7 


1689 


98.9 


2,162.3 


9362 


257.5 


111.0 


200.4 


128.2 


J 


2,514.1 


194.1 


941.3 


186 9 


180.5 


104.6 


2,036.7 


950.7 


262.6 


118.0 


211.8 


137.0 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D 2 



1982 J 


2.093.3 


163.2 


832 1 


170.2 


155.4 


88.0 


1,130.8 


825.6 


179.6 


92.4 


159.9 


104.5 


A 


2,082.3 


1650 


852.1 


172.4 


156.8 


89.6 


1,227.4 


857.2 


179.1 


92.7 


161.9 


111.6 


S 


2,082.3 


161.3 


857.3 


174.4 


159.9 


88.1 


1.251.5 


841.7 


179.7 


87.8 


157.5 


106.9 


O 


2,091.1 


167.0 


849.7 


174.4 


156.6 


89.4 


1,158.9 


840.8 


181.8 


90.1 


161.2 


107.7 


N 


2,082.0 


164.7 


862.4 


174.9 


156.4 


88.1 


1,218.8 


843.9 


194 4 


92.8 


163.8 


105.4 


D 


2,113.4 


167.2 


876.2 


179.4 


155.3 


91.2 


1,230.7 


829.3 


192.9 


95.7 


166.9 


104.8 


1983 J 


2.104.9 


165.0 


866.1 


185.5 


155.3 


89.1 


1 ,259.0 


817.7 


193.3 


100.6 


168.0 


118.7 


F 


2,137.4 


1695 


8823 


188 6 


156.4 


90.3 


1,232.1 


812.7 


199.3 


98.0 


173.7 


118.3 


M 


2,174.2 


174.5 


931.9 


193 9 


157.6 


98.7 


1.343.8 


849.0 


198.4 


101.9 


179.0 


122.0 


A 


2.127.8 


162.5 


820.2 


181.0 


152.8 


82 5 


1,358.8 


816.3 


181.0 


101.0 


174.4 


117.7 


M 


2,169.5 


173.4 


893.5 


193.3 


158.9 


92.1 


1,451.4 


847.3 


198 4 


102.0 


175.5 


123.5 


J 


2,200.9 


173.8 


961 .7 


203.8 


166.4 


102.7 


1,461.5 


876.4 


215.6 


105.2 


188.4 


127.3 


J 


2,201 .4 


180.2 


923.6 


196.9 


160.6 


95.2 


1 ,467.7 


884.2 


208.6 


100.9 


176.0 


127.4 


A 


2,183.7 


164.2 


909.4 


201.8 


158.8 


95.0 


1,439.9 


856.4 


212.8 


98.4 


173.6 


122.7 


S 


2,199.3 


170.5 


9054 


189.8 


159.7 


94.2 


1,436.2 


880 1 


213.4 


103.2 


177.1 


124.2 


O 


2,235.6 


1698 


926.2 


191.4 


160 9 


92.8 


1,580.3 


887.3 


214.1 


108.3 


182.3 


125.0 


N 


2,227.0 


170.4 


914.1 


196.0 


158.8 


95.9 


1,583.5 


851.5 


219.4 


110.7 


176.8 


124.1 


D 


2,218.3 


172.1 


9220 


189.9 


159.0 


938 


1,591.8 


901.4 


221.4 


106.8 


181.0 


125.8 


1984 J 


2,272 1 


174.2 


919.6 


201.0 


157.5 


95.0 


1,642.9 


948.0 


225.1 


91.8 


179.3 


123.9 


F 


2,244.5 


171.5 


932.4 


178.0 


155 8 


95.4 


1,681.8 


907.9 


211.9 


100.0 


195.0 


128.5 


M 


2,278.8 


173.3 


930.2 


190.0 


158.2 


93.2 


1,664.8 


913.7 


212.0 


99.9 


185.9 


128.9 


A 


2,324.0 


174.8 


952.1 


204.8 


163.3 


102.1 


1.764.2 


923.2 


225.2 


106.5 


194.2 


137.1 


M 


2,271 8 


175.4 


9447 


190.9 


155.8 


99.9 


1.725.7 


899.5 


208 1 


108.3 


191.5 


128.4 


J 


2,285.6 


176.5 


957.3 


193.9 


156.4 


99.7 


1 ,753.5 


896.1 


209.8 


105.9 


201.5 


130.6 



'Excludes used car dealers 



102 



eptember 


1984 














Section 10— Table 


1 /Concluded 


able 1: Value of retail trade 


by type 


of business (million dollars)/concluded 




















Pharmacies, 














sar 

id 
Dnlh 


Shoe stores 


Hardware 
stores 


Furniture and 

appliance 

stores 


patent 

medicines 

and 

cosmetics 


Book and 

stationery 

stores 


Florists 


Jewelry 
stores 


Sporting 
goods and 
accessories 


All other 2 
stores 


Total 


D 
D 


(650074 650075) 
(650103 650104) 


650076 
650105 


(650077 & 
650078 650079) 

(650106 & 
650107 650108) 


650080 
650109 


650081 
650110 


650082 
6501 1 1 


650083 
650112 


650084 
650113 


(650067 & 
650085 650086) 

(650096 & 
650114 650115) 


650058 
656023 


182 


1,017.6 


887.6 


2,101.4 


3,913.7 


465.9 


3806 


822.5 


1,289.9 


13,716.6 


97,638.5 


183 


1,115.2 


984.0 


2,708.1 


4,294.0 


513.8 


400.7 


8379 


1.401.1 


14,559.9 


106,243.0 


nadjusted 


for seasonal variation 


















182 J 


78.1 


86.5 


174.9 


324.0 


33.3 


26.2 


61.4 


136.4 


1,241.2 


8.427.7 


A 


80.7 


75.0 


173.2 


322.8 


38.3 


25.5 


57.4 


115.8 


1,140.7 


7.955.9 


s 


92.8 


74.9 


182.5 


329.8 


39.7 


26.6 


54.7 


100.3 


1,102.7 


8.107.5 





97.5 


73.1 


196.7 


340.1 


36.4 


27.1 


57.6 


85.2 


1,141.6 


8.255.8 


N 


105.3 


77.6 


195.4 


342.7 


45.2 


26.5 


74.7 


79.7 


1,197.3 


8,537.9 


D 


120.6 


98.4 


221.1 


459.8 


72.7 


48.4 


192.5 


119.9 


1.808.1 


10.639.7 


■83 J 


67.4 


53.3 


185.3 


323.2 


33.9 


23.8 


42.5 


78.3 


920.8 


6.921.9 


F 


54.6 


51.1 


167.0 


315.1 


34.6 


33.2 


43.0 


73.8 


918.7 


6,831.9 


M 


71.2 


62.2 


184.0 


341.7 


37.0 


31.5 


46.6 


96.7 


1,080.9 


8.268.5 


A 


88.1 


71.6 


191.6 


333.6 


34.9 


36.1 


52.4 


128.5 


1,084.1 


8,405.9 


M 


95.4 


91.4 


218.6 


344.4 


36.9 


48.2 


62.3 


143.9 


1.145.6 


8,977.5 


J 


98.7 


106.7 


241.4 


365.0 


37.0 


33.8 


66.6 


157.4 


1.266.9 


9,643.3 


J 


81.7 


95.9 


268.4 


343.1 


36.0 


27.2 


58.3 


141.8 


1.281.7 


9,077.1 


A 


85.9 


88.3 


260.0 


358.1 


42.5 


27.8 


59.6 


133.4 


1 ,277.6 


8,928.1 


S 


107.1 


85.7 


234.4 


362.8 


42.9 


28.7 


58.1 


113.5 


1,229.7 


8,974.0 





108.4 


83.0 


236.8 


368.6 


39.7 


29.2 


57.9 


92.4 


1.193.1 


9.0300 


N 


121.1 


85.1 


244.6 


360.9 


50.3 


29.2 


80.5 


939 


1,258.7 


9.476.8 


D 


135.4 


109.9 


276.1 


477.3 


88.0 


51.9 


210.2 


147.5 


1.902.1 


1 1 .708.0 


84 J 


71.9 


58.9 


206.5 


348.0 


37.3 


24.9 


42.1 


92.1 


962.9 


7,646.3 


F 


61.5 


56.5 


194.6 


354.6 


36.6 


38.9 


45.1 


85.6 


975.1 


7,844.0 


M 


74.3 


62.5 


223.9 


369.3 


38.2 


29.9 


46.9 


110.9 


1.124.1 


9,052.8 


A 


93.1 


79.9 


214.3 


366.3 


38.1 


40.8 


52.7 


140.1 


1,136.4 


9,159.5 


M 


102.5 


104.9 


236.3 


389.7 


40.5 


50.8 


68.7 


173.0 


1,268.9 


10,169.9 


J 


102.8 


112.2 


237.6 


391.7 


40.4 


35.6 


68.5 


175.7 


1.364.4 


10,367.1 


Jjusted for seasonal variation 




















CD. 




3 




2 


3 


2 


4 


3 




1 


82 J 


85.2 


73.1 


163.0 


326.6 


38.8 


31.4 


70.1 


107.6 


1,142.1 


8,032.9 


A 


88.4 


73.1 


170.0 


336.0 


39.4 


31.6 


67.9 


111.1 


1,138.2 


8,203.6 


s 


83.8 


74.6 


173.8 


336.2 


38.7 


31.2 


65.8 


110.5 


1,137.9 


8.200.9 





81.6 


73.1 


189.2 


340.8 


39.3 


31.5 


68.0 


109.5 


1,149.9 


8,151.6 


N 


85.6 


76.2 


185.2 


345.5 


39.2 


31.0 


66.0 


103.6 


1,154.0 


8.233.9 


D 


88.1 


75.6 


192.2 


349.0 


38.5 


32.1 


66.7 


102.3 


1,190.6 


8.338.2 


83 J 


86.8 


76.8 


206.0 


343.9 


40.3 


32.6 


67.4 


103.4 


1,185.5 


8.365.9 


F 


88.6 


78.8 


204.9 


344.8 


41.5 


33.3 


66.6 


107.0 


1,196.8 


8,420.6 


M 


89.9 


82.6 


200.2 


350.0 


41.7 


35.4 


67.6 


112.3 


1.211.2 


8,715.8 


A 


85.3 


75.9 


205.8 


346.3 


40.8 


30.9 


65.5 


113.4 


1,138.0 


8.377.9 


M 


89.8 


76.4 


221.0 


357.6 


42.1 


32.9 


67.9 


111.1 


1,182.5 


8.760.0 


J 


99.8 


86.6 


228.6 


360.7 


41.6 


32.6 


69.0 


117.2 


1,216.6 


9.036.3 


J 


93.0 


83.5 


259.2 


361.2 


43.2 


33.8 


68.6 


117.6 


1,217.4 


9.000.3 


A 


92.7 


83.7 


245.8 


360.1 


42.3 


33.1 


67.8 


123.6 


1,232.6 


8.898.5 


S 


94.3 


83.4 


222.3 


365.9 


41.8 


33.4 


69.6 


120.9 


1.240.3 


8,925.0 





93.0 


84.9 


231.2 


369.8 


43.0 


34.3 


69.6 


122.4 


1,238.3 


9,160.6 


N 


98.6 


83.7 


229.7 


365.2 


43.7 


34.1 


70.4 


122.9 


1,205.4 


9,082.0 


D 


94.1 


83.2 


237.1 


363.1 


46.3 


34.6 


73.0 


123.1 


1,236.1 


9,174.0 


84 J 


94.4 


85.0 


231.2 


372.4 


44.1 


34.4 


68.3 


123.5 


1.248.5 


9,332.2 


F 


97.9 


84.6 


229.7 


373.7 


42.6 


37.1 


67.3 


122.0 


1,224.9 


9.282.6 


M 


90.6 


81.0 


241.2 


376.4 


43.0 


33.1 


67.0 


125.1 


1,221.7 


9,308.2 


A 


97.3 


90.5 


243.0 


388.1 


45.1 


36.4 


69.7 


130.7 


1 .274.9 


9,647.2 


M 


94.7 


85.7 


228.8 


387.6 


44.7 


33.9 


70.7 


126.8 


1.263.4 


9,436.3 


J 


98.6 


87.1 


224.3 


386.9 


44.8 


34.2 


69.7 


127.1 


1.268.7 


9,508.3 


dudes used car dealers and personal accessories stores, 
urce: Retail Trade (63-005), Statistics Canada. 




































103 



Section 10— Table 1.1 

Table 1.1: Value of retail trade by province and selected metropolitan areas (million dollars) 



September 1984 



Year 
and 

month 


Nfld 


PEI 


N.S. 


N.B. 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C 


Yukon 

and 

N.W.T. 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


Vancouver 


D 
D 


650174 
650203 


650262 
650291 


650350 
650379 


650438 
650467 


650526 
650555 


650702 
650731 


650878 
650907 


651054 
651083 


651142 
651171 


651318 
651347 


651494 
651523 


650614 


650790 


650966 


651406 



1982 


1.761.2 


4124 


3,0978 


2,448.6 


23,4968 


35.5433 


3.830.0 


4.042 1 


10,941 3 


11,766.2 


296.8 


11,610.0 


1983 


1,970.5 


471.7 


3.5338 


2,7193 


25.783.8 


39,446 1 


4,0999 


4,357.1 


11,303 5 


12,256.9 


3003 


12,133.0 



13,056.6 2,493.6 6.073.3 
14.605.5 2.704.4 6,169 4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D 3 3 2 



1982 J 


146.7 


34.3 


2566 


201.3 


1.946.8 


2,961.5 


311.5 


329.4 


881.9 


973.5 


25.0 


956.1 


1 ,080.2 


203.9 


4985 


A 


150.7 


348 


2623 


2060 


2,0039 


3,009.3 


3220 


331.4 


908.6 


9736 


24.1 


991.8 


1,105.2 


211.1 


503.7 


S 


149.7 


35.5 


265.5 


207.0 


1,984.4 


2,993.6 


320.7 


331.8 


904.7 


9646 


24.2 


9865 


1 ,095.0 


208.1 


496.3 


O 


150.4 


35.9 


2650 


211.2 


1,967,4 


2.992.5 


320.7 


334.5 


910.8 


964.8 


24.3 


974.2 


1,090.5 


212.4 


498.8 


N 


151.2 


35.7 


2650 


212.9 


1.977.3 


3.008.9 


319.0 


339.3 


914.2 


957.1 


23.7 


9696 


1,097.9 


210.8 


490.1 


D 


151.8 


36.7 


268 1 


216.0 


2,0327 


3.086.0 


326.8 


347.5 


912.8 


971.4 


23.6 


1.006.8 


1,114.6 


216.4 


497.3 


1983 J 


1553 


37.2 


271.1 


215.2 


2,000.1 


3,0976 


323.6 


363.6 


927.7 


979.6 


23.2 


952.8 


1.145.2 


211.0 


499.6 


F 


153.0 


36.4 


267.7 


214.9 


1 .992.5 


3,120.2 


327.1 


355.0 


924.5 


9844 


24.8 


948.9 


1.154.0 


214.0 


493.1 


M 


161.3 


37.9 


290.0 


2292 


2,112.9 


3,200.2 


332.2 


350.6 


9474 


998.8 


24.6 


994.5 


1.174.7 


217.7 


498.9 


A 


145.9 


36.9 


265.3 


210.2 


2,066.8 


3,083.7 


317.2 


350.3 


905.1 


1,000.7 


23.3 


976.6 


1,145.5 


210.9 


503.2 


M 


163.5 


39.1 


2869 


216.0 


2,129 2 


3,239.6 


335.5 


358.5 


937.8 


1 ,022.4 


22.9 


1,001.1 


1,194.2 


224.1 


511.3 


J 


173.7 


39.9 


302.2 


232.8 


2,200.3 


3,312.5 


350.8 


363.7 


949.5 


1 ,030.3 


24.8 


1,043.5 


1 ,222.3 


227.9 


513.4 


J 


168.8 


39.4 


302.4 


231.2 


2,169.5 


3,421.4 


345.9 


3689 


945.5 


1,037.3 


25.1 


1,019.0 


1,274.5 


228.0 


524.1 


A 


164.5 


385 


297.2 


229.3 


2,149.7 


3.3304 


343.9 


369.2 


942.2 


1 ,030.2 


25.1 


1,012.1 


1,237.3 


229.5 


517.2 


S 


167.6 


39.1 


301.1 


231.8 


2,167.5 


3.275.6 


3465 


368.3 


951.5 


1,039 7 


260 


1.005.8 


1.206.0 


230.7 


522.9 


O 


167.9 


40.5 


308.7 


233.8 


2,237.6 


3.408.0 


354.0 


375.6 


949.8 


1.055.8 


26.5 


1.037.1 


1.266.2 


233.7 


540.5 


N 


167.7 


41.6 


3073 


231.3 


2,225.3 


3,4075 


350.7 


366.5 


9450 


986.5 


26.5 


1.033.7 


1.264.0 


2306 


4920 


D 


171.3 


42.8 


3120 


232.5 


2.241.1 


3,399.9 


356.1 


363.6 


955.6 


1.056.7 


26.5 


1.059.1 


1,269.2 


233.4 


537.7 


1984 J 


170.2 


43.2 


317.6 


242.3 


2,3056 


3,481 


361.8 


373.2 


955.0 


1,051.5 


26.8 


1 ,075.4 


1,265 8 


240.9 


531.4 


F 


172.4 


44.0 


324.8 


242.0 


2,295.1 


3,483.3 


358.1 


368.2 


950.7 


1,043.5 


26.4 


1 ,074.0 


1.270.2 


238.0 


527.6 


M 


164.7 


43.0 


3226 


236.2 


2,330.1 


3.489 1 


358.0 


3653 


952.4 


1,051.1 


27.3 


1,103.2 


1,288.8 


232.9 


530.8 


A 


172.7 


44.2 


334.8 


240.4 


2,453.1 


3,596.3 


369.6 


374.5 


977.3 


1,066.4 


28.1 


1,164.0 


1 ,307.2 


246.5 


537.6 


M 


174.2 


43.9 


337.2 


2404 


2,3824 


3,528.7 


360.1 


3598 


950.5 


1,049.1 


27.5 


1,128.4 


1,290.1 


241.3 


5273 


J 


174.3 


44.0 


330.0 


232.5 


2,417.3 


3,552.2 


369.5 


365.6 


949.0 


1,065.5 


27.2 


1,156.6 


1.303.9 


246.9 


547.0 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 


























1982 J 


157.9 


41.7 


276.6 


217.7 


2.033.5 


3,0732 


321.4 


343.5 


908 1 


1,026.1 


28.0 


952.4 


1,071.0 


205.5 


507.2 


A 


152.4 


38.4 


264.1 


204.0 


1.923.1 


2,883.7 


311.8 


328.9 


874.1 


950.6 


24.8 


917.0 


1,012.8 


198.7 


472.2 


s 


148.1 


35.4 


2580 


2057 


1.981 7 


2,951 9 


3222 


3366 


891 3 


951.0 


25.6 


979.5 


1.071.6 


209.5 


488.4 





154.3 


35.1 


2667 


215.2 


1,980.5 


3,0181 


326.7 


348.4 


927.7 


958.9 


24.2 


982.9 


1,094.1 


215.2 


490.9 


N 


158.8 


35.4 


277.1 


2220 


2.0203 


3,166.3 


335.1 


3609 


958.2 


9808 


22.9 


1,012.6 


1.179.9 


224.9 


509.1 


D 


191.6 


45.5 


352.0 


269 1 


2,496.5 


3,9994 


412.9 


423.8 


1,157.4 


1.262.3 


29.1 


1 .270.7 


1,477.2 


283.1 


660.5 


1983 J 


118.7 


28 1 


214.3 


167.7 


1.646 6 


2,572.5 


261.3 


291.5 


771.5 


831.5 


18.1 


795 2 


984.5 


174.8 


432.7 


F 


1200 


269 


211.1 


169.6 


1 ,630.6 


2,524.5 


261.8 


2896 


7586 


819.2 


19.9 


795.5 


953.7 


172.3 


420.9 


M 


151.6 


33.3 


270.1 


211.9 


2,048.9 


3,000.0 


317.5 


330.4 


919.9 


961.5 


23.3 


986 7 


1,121.8 


210.6 


490 5 


A 


148.1 


36.1 


2683 


215.9 


2,091.6 


3,059.0 


326.2 


351.0 


907.3 


980.6 


21.9 


1.001.2 


1.137.9 


215.9 


493.7 


M 


169.5 


40.3 


2890 


221.8 


2,248.5 


3,317.6 


345.3 


361.0 


937.2 


1.025.0 


22.4 


1,048.4 


1,216.4 


225.6 


510.9 


J 


1820 


44.4 


321.1 


251.0 


2,3729 


3.588.3 


368.2 


391.3 


1,016.5 


1.079.1 


28.5 


1 ,099.4 


1,310.3 


236.0 


532.3 


J 


176,1 


45.9 


313.2 


242.2 


2,166.4 


3,403.5 


343.6 


366.2 


937.6 


1.055.4 


27.1 


965.1 


1,211.7 


220.2 


513.9 


A 


172.7 


43.9 


307.7 


236.4 


2,144.1 


3,294.2 


344.5 


376.2 


942.2 


1,039.6 


26.6 


964.8 


1,171.9 


224.0 


504.1 


S 


167.7 


39.5 


301.3 


232.6 


2,181.4 


3,292.4 


353.0 


385.5 


949.7 


1,042.7 


28.2 


1,015.2 


1,201.9 


234.2 


520.9 





168.6 


388 


303 1 


234.4 


2,207.2 


3,355.4 


3528 


377.9 


942.4 


1,023 6 


25.9 


1,021.8 


1,245.9 


233.6 


517.6 


N 


177.6 


41.3 


320.5 


243.6 


2,294.5 


3.592 1 


371.0 


391.3 


1.003.6 


1.015.6 


25.7 


1,083.7 


1,357.3 


247.7 


517.5 


D 


218.0 


53.1 


414.0 


2922 


2.751.1 


4,4464 


454.8 


445.4 


1,216.9 


1,383.2 


32.7 


1.356.1 


1.692.3 


309.4 


714.4 


1984 J 


129.4 


32.5 


2492 


185.7 


1,887.3 


2,871.6 


290.2 


304.1 


7874 


888.4 


20.7 


891 9 


1,081.0 


195.1 


460.2 


F 


140.1 


33.8 


2639 


198.8 


1.954.1 


2,9087 


297.4 


309.8 


813.8 


901.4 


22.1 


929.0 


1.083.4 


199.2 


468.8 


M 


158 6 


386 


3106 


2254 


2.275.1 


3,355.8 


347 1 


3480 


936.7 


1 ,030.0 


26.9 


1,103.9 


1,259.7 


232.3 


526.6 


A 


163.6 


41.2 


318.2 


229.7 


2.385.1 


3,370.4 


358.1 


355.3 


920.5 


991.7 


25.6 


1,129.3 


1,235.0 


237.3 


497.6 


M 


189 7 


47.5 


357.0 


2590 


2,6675 


3,775.8 


384.8 


377.5 


995.0 


1 ,088.0 


280 


1,251.6 


1,365.7 


254.2 


545.5 


J 


186 5 


48.9 


356.8 


255.4 


2,618.3 


3,896.9 


3974 


396.9 


1 ,033.5 


1,144.7 


31.8 


1,245.1 


1,416.0 


261.0 


579.5 



Source: Retail Trade (63-005), Statistics Canada. 



104 



September 1984 

Table 2: Merchandising inventories 1 , Retail chain store stocks by selected kinds 
of business, Canada (million dollars) 



Section 10— Table 2 



Consult the source publication tor definitions and composition of kinds of business groups. Inventories are stocks on hand for sale at end of month and are valued at lower of cost or 
market. 
Source: Retail Chain Stores (63-210), Statistics Canada. 









Grocery, 


























con- 




General 
















/ear 






fectionery 


AM other 


mer- 




Motor 




Automotive 


Men's 


Women's 


Family 


and 




Combination { 


sundries 


food 


chandise General Variety 


vehicle 


Service 


parts & 


clothing 


clothing 


clothing 


north 


Total 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores stores 


dealers 


stations 


accessories 


stores 


stores 


stores 


D 


655600 


655601 


655602 


655603 


655605 655606 655607 


655608 


655610 


655612 


655613 


655614 


655615 


1982 


3.289,352 


865,586 


70,732 


8,248 


265,577 116,350 219.809 


26.684 


24,030 


26,066 


84,641 


110,209 


145.101 


1983 


3,591,200 


885,676 


79,694 


8,003 


335,850 122,711 294,312 


31 ,426 


26,692 


23,720 


81,626 


140.936 


175.319 


1982 J 


3,253,038 


724,277 


69,131 


12,035 


302,670 133.162 261.984 


34.098 


22,001 


25,329 


1 1 1 .686 


116,960 


183.993 


A 


3,333,725 


688,063 


64,983 


1 1 ,602 


293,590 141.951 263.294 


34.064 


22.749 


25,760 


123.301 


123,510 


196.137 


S 


3,509,172 


753,429 


64,333 


10,917 


318,839 146.351 270.666 


30.760 


23,818 


26.919 


127,493 


130,427 


198.687 





3,709.199 


787,333 


62,146 


9,039 


338,607 144,887 278.786 


26.977 


22.770 


27,619 


132,593 


140,731 


203.853 


N 


3,789,958 


853,635 


65,191 


8,831 


308.810 138.512 270.701 


25.008 


24.273 


27,01 1 


124,107 


141,294 


195.291 


D 


3,289,352 


865,586 


70,732 


8,248 


265.577 116,350 219,809 


26,684 


24,030 


26,066 


84,641 


110,209 


145,101 


1983 J 


3,180,101 


787,683 


63,871 


9,155 


286,823 123,447 208.819 


26.364 


22,372 


23,277 


91,158 


103,596 


156,854 


F 


3.281 ,300 


778,231 


59,592 


8,368 


300.877 131,965 236,801 


32,190 


20.269 


25.954 


104,558 


123,590 


176,147 


M 


3,479,158 


835,042 


63,287 


7,406 


321.337 131.965 257,403 


27,973 


25.498 


25.669 


113,759 


140,645 


190,063 


A 


3,482,885 


821,681 


66,261 


12,361 


339.011 131,833 275,421 


29,288 


23.050 


24.334 


108,412 


140,223 


187,022 


M 


3,508,549 


833,185 


66,062 


10,457 


362.064 126.560 286,989 


35,380 


23,949 


23,312 


104,184 


136,577 


182,533 


J 


3,426,615 


822,354 


71,809 


9,840 


346.857 127,826 279,240 


35,557 


24,500 


22,053 


88,661 


128,792 


171,946 


J 


3,506,082 


817,420 


72,743 


9,889 


349,632 132,428 288,455 


32,001 


25,186 


20,686 


104,443 


142.058 


192,064 


A 


3,584,021 


777,366 


70,342 


1 1 ,204 


368,162 141,168 288,167 


27,297 


25,816 


21.803 


113.007 


155.127 


206,277 


S 


3,753,450 


819,344 


67,810 


10,823 


381,784 141,450 268,572 


26,451 


25,764 


22,980 


120.239 


161,797 


219,479 





3,952,306 


848,021 


66,589 


9.221 


410,036 141,591 283,075 


29,652 


26.408 


23.784 


123,365 


172.961 


230,453 


N 


4,089,663 


874,310 


70,651 


9,415 


412,086 144,706 286,189 


30,334 


24,876 


26,210 


110,905 


180.225 


230,683 


D 


3,535,554 


885,676 


79,694 


8,003 


335,850 122,711 238,682 


31 ,426 


26,692 


23,720 


81,626 


140.936 


175,319 


1984 J 


3,395,723 


828,107 


75,231 


9,147 


339,209 127,129 210,756 


38,277 


26.292 


25.048 


82.687 


127,406 


169,533 


F 


3,540,835 


837,216 


72,974 


8.132 


378,557 126,620 236,047 


46,621 


24.057 


27.578 


98.81 1 


149,192 


187,843 


M 


3,699,431 


851 ,449 


73,120 


7,498 


416,791 130,292 265,789 


42,985 


23,648 


31 ,853 


1 1 1 ,459 


156,801 


206,252 


A 


3,689,131 


830,163 


76,995 


7.476 


438,047 128,989 267,384 


40,062 


24,830 


33,000 


109.787 


155,076 


208.727 


M 


3,682,572 


822,692 


77,380 


7,483 


443,304 122,411 276,208 


36,336 


24,035 


38.742 


101.553 


148,563 


204.761 


J 


3.642.875 


824,337 


80,862 


7,543 


420,695 124,492 284,218 


32,666 


23.843 


40,175 


89.976 


147.523 


194.932 












Pharmacies, 
























Furniture 


patent 








Sporting 








/ear 


Specialty 


Family 


Household 


TV., radio 


medicine 


Book & 






goods & 


Personal 


All 


Alcoholic 


and 


shoe 


shoe 


furniture 


& appliance 


& cosmetics 


stationery 




Jewellery accessories accessories 


other 


beverages 


north 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


Florists 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


stores 


D 


655616 


655617 


655619 


655621 


655622 


655623 


555624 


655625 


655626 


655627 


655628 


655629 


1982 


10,391 


121,180 


41,718 


21 ,838 


145,399 


54,157 


1,771 


131.929 


44,337 


80.830 


222,133 


418.126 


1983 


10,108 


120,347 


55,494 


21,354 


169.330 


68,219 


1,846 


151,585 


36.121 


77,221 


243.526 


389.339 


1982 J 


9,564 


134,638 


43,186 


23,362 


126.484 


56,449 


1.931 


123,086 


39.563 


83,999 


229,090 


348,123 


A 


10,195 


148,910 


41,761 


22,661 


130,152 


53,344 


1.813 


123,948 


39,998 


88,031 


238,483 


410.772 


S 


10,898 


152,633 


43,139 


21,913 


140,174 


58,625 


1,915 


128.410 


44,278 


90,320 


238,483 


441.836 





10,647 


152,786 


43,527 


21 ,803 


149.846 


59,680 


1.850 


140.095 


48,662 


92,307 


269,963 


508.202 


N 


10,381 


142,397 


42,700 


23,133 


158.387 


65,171 


1.950 


154.665 


49,538 


93,230 


279,412 


551,060 


D 


10,391 


121,180 


41,718 


21 ,838 


145,399 


54,157 


1,771 


131,929 


44,337 


80,830 


222.133 


418,126 


1983 J 


9,238 


115,727 


43,345 


23,214 


146,271 


52,695 


1.713 


131.533 


40,613 


77,678 


21 1 ,693 


390,713 


F 


9,238 


130,540 


47,463 


23,168 


145,978 


51,167 


1,746 


125,614 


40,613 


80,319 


225,453 


368,622 


M 


9,792 


138,895 


51 ,402 


23,377 


147,584 


52,497 


1,859 


126,870 


44,593 


87,949 


232,442 


386.248 


A 


9,968 


136,117 


51 ,762 


23,938 


146,698 


53,809 


2.129 


132,325 


46,466 


91 ,379 


241 ,275 


349,464 


M 


9,400 


129,992 


51 ,866 


23,052 


148,752 


53,970 


2,101 


131,531 


44,793 


92,019 


236,691 


353.470 


J 


9,071 


124.012 


52,644 


22,683 


142,058 


58,396 


1,748 


133,372 


43,315 


90,179 


235.271 


345.793 


J 


8,699 


128,724 


51,854 


20,347 


145,467 


59,330 


1,743 


133,772 


42,405 


87,564 


254.798 


348.152 


A 


9,908 


143,656 


49,780 


20,998 


152,595 


60,991 


1,769 


129,893 


41 ,769 


89,228 


263,971 


376,104 


S 


10.423 


149,402 


52,169 


21,355 


164,040 


66,846 


1,884 


161,587 


44,902 


90,923 


270,306 


414,261 





10,538 


147.908 


55,612 


20,842 


178,311 


75,335 


1,812 


162,395 


49,033 


93,560 


306.257 


446,048 


N 


10,464 


141,252 


56,168 


21,947 


190.258 


91 ,080 


1,953 


173,438 


49,278 


94,402 


307.482 


510,945 


D 


10.108 


120,347 


55,494 


21.354 


169,330 


68,219 


1,846 


151,585 


36,121 


77,221 


243.526 


389,323 


1984 J 


9,865 


113,367 


57.436 


20.671 


164.758 


60,374 


2,106 


150.675 


31,786 


87,723 


243.039 


356,647 


F 


10,339 


127,425 


65.362 


21.643 


165,911 


64,178 


2,041 


145,251 


32,962 


89,039 


253,004 


332,236 


M 


11,197 


130,865 


68,107 


21,838 


171,220 


65,91 1 


2,515 


145,396 


35,368 


92,957 


261 ,606 


336,973 


A 


11,443 


127,332 


70.082 


22.690 


169,165 


66,834 


2,917 


146,123 


37,101 


96,954 


266,053 


311,684 


M 


1 1 ,008 


119,947 


70.993 


23,530 


170,349 


66.834 


2,704 


145,685 


38,288 


98,990 


265,787 


324,568 


J 


10,381 


114,909 


69,218 


22,706 


170,008 


69.307 


2,390 


145,539 


34,153 


99,881 


264,458 


329,345 



105 



Section 10— Table 3 

Table 3: Department store sales and stocks' (million dollars) 



September 1984 













Men's 


and 










Home furnishings. 








Total 


all 


Ladies' 


apparel 


boy's clothing. 


Food 


and 


Piece 


goods. 


furniture 




All other 


Year 
and 


departments 


and accessories 


furnishing 


& shoes 


kindred 


sroducts 


linens & 


domestics 


radio & appliances 


departments 


month 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


Sales 


Stocks 


D 


655120 


655161 


655121 


655162 


655133 


655174 


655137 


655176 


655140 


655181 


655144 


655185 


655138-39 


655179-80 








655132 


655173 


655136 


655177 






655141 


655182 


655149 


655190 


655142-43 
655150-60 


655183-84 

655191- 

201 


1982 


10.208.1 


2,940.0 


2.325.7 


553.7 


1,222.4 


384.4 


6826 


34.9 


356.0 


150.0 


1 ,739.8 


607.4 


3.882.1 


1.210.6 


1983 


10.930.7 


3,222.5 


2,445.6 


6408 


1,307.1 


395.2 


694.0 


29.1 


387 8 


173.4 


1,988.1 


6262 


4.107.0 


1,357.8 


1982 J 


7639 


3.0062 


159.6 


635.6 


76.9 


426.4 


50.7 


33.7 


30.2 


133.1 


1499 


559.7 


296.7 


1,217.6 


A 


775.7 


2.915.3 


189 5 


605.8 


91.3 


445.9 


568 


28.5 


289 


118.1 


129.3 


534.2 


280.0 


1,182.8 


S 


861.2 


2.8327 


2226 


611.7 


107.5 


427.8 


49.3 


32.6 


33.8 


108.3 


153.2 


4984 


294.8 


1,153.8 





859.2 


3,341.6 


208.3 


704.3 


100 9 


505.7 


54.8 


36.8 


31.2 


128 4 


154.5 


572.8 


309.5 


1 .393.5 


N 


1.073.6 


3.325.6 


253.3 


6756 


143.7 


4769 


67.5 


44.9 


33.4 


139.7 


177.2 


5676 


398.5 


1.420.9 


D 


1 ,608.5 


2,9399 


334.6 


553.7 


224.8 


384.4 


81.2 


34.9 


48.6 


150.0 


216.7 


607.4 


702.6 


1 ,209.6 


1983 J 


6230 


2.7232 


124.9 


506 1 


58.5 


329.2 


47.3 


38.2 


31.8 


132.6 


133.2 


525.5 


227.2 


1,191.6 


F 


603.8 


2.657.5 


131.5 


5224 


580 


353.8 


58.0 


40.1 


19.7 


136.0 


111.3 


499.6 


225.4 


1,105.5 


M 


787.5 


3.0024 


187.6 


623.2 


92.5 


401 6 


55.8 


40.2 


269 


142.9 


151.0 


5698 


273.6 


1 .224.6 


A 


775.2 


3,167.1 


182.3 


6340 


87.8 


402.0 


56.4 


409 


26.9 


148.1 


132.2 


566.6 


2896 


1.375 5 


M 


842.1 


3,148.3 


191.7 


608.0 


93.1 


408.0 


57.2 


33.9 


27.9 


164.1 


150.8 


588.9 


321.4 


1 .345.3 


J 


920.1 


2,988.3 


198 9 


536.1 


121.0 


367.5 


52.0 


43.5 


34.7 


145.3 


170.0 


559.5 


343.6 


1,336.5 


J 


8137 


3.137.6 


154.9 


630.5 


81.0 


407.8 


49.5 


40.8 


32.4 


152.4 


190 8 


538.1 


305.2 


1,368.1 


A 


850.9 


3,214.9 


195.8 


667.0 


95.1 


445.6 


56.1 


38.5 


32.9 


152.8 


167.3 


544.2 


303.8 


1,366.8 


s 


922.1 


3,310.4 


233.7 


737 2 


111.6 


466.4 


50.9 


35.0 


37.4 


144.5 


175.3 


539.3 


313.1 


1.388.1 





922.0 


3,7329 


227.0 


812 4 


105.1 


515.9 


55.3 


48.4 


32.7 


157.9 


178.9 


590.8 


323.0 


1 .607.4 


N 


1,138.8 


3.854.9 


2587 


837.4 


153 4 


549.0 


70.1 


53.9 


339 


167.4 


191.6 


607.6 


431.1 


1,639.5 


D 


1,731.1 


3.2225 


3587 


640.8 


249.9 


3952 


86.4 


29.1 


50.6 


173.4 


235.6 


626.2 


749.8 


1,357.8 


1984 J 


6494 


3.058.2 


135.9 


605.8 


62.8 


368.9 


48.5 


44.7 


32.6 


147.0 


134.5 


567.3 


235.1 


1 ,324.6 


F 


659.3 


3.146.5 


146.7 


663.9 


67.2 


402.7 


59.5 


47.1 


20.0 


174.7 


124.5 


563.8 


241.4 


1,294.3 


M 


806 7 


3,398.4 


193.5 


745.2 


948 


447.4 


51.9 


52.1 


26.9 


171.9 


156.7 


610.1 


282.8 


1,371.8 


A 


842.7 


3.604.9 


207.0 


776.1 


102.9 


474.4 


59.1 


45.5 


25.7 


178.2 


148.9 


639.6 


299.0 


1,491.1 


M 


927 8 


3.341.9 


210.9 


6907 


102.8 


454.1 


64.6 


25.9 


31.7 


177.9 


164.8 


584.0 


352.8 


1 ,409.2 


J 


941.3 


3.146.7 


211.6 


608.3 


130.6 


383.7 


54.7 


33.8 


32.1 


168.2 


166.9 


593.5 


345.4 


1.359.0 



'Department store stocks at end of period at selling value The sales and stocks data are revised series based on the results of the 1961 Census of Merchandising and Service 

Establishments 

Source: Department Store Sales and Stocks (63-002), Statistics Canada. 

Table 4: Estimated restaurant, caterer and tavern receipts, Canada and provinces (dollars) 



Year 
and 
Month 


Canada 


Nfld. 


P.E.I. 


N.S. 


N.B 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man. 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 




D 


655700 


655768 


655771 


655774 


655777 


655780 


655783 


655786 


655789 


655792 


655795 


655798 


655801 


1982 




9,576,584.7 136,603.7 


36,343.7 


19,917.8 


186,944.2 


2,188,935.9 3,827,685.7 312,394.1 


321,936.0 


1 ,056,322.0 1 ,233,403.8 


9,666.9 


9,236.9 


1983 




10,087.282 2140,661.6 


41,612.0 


20,561.4 


187,200.9 


2,389,946 2 3,966,665.1 


333,193.3 


335,0767 


1.051,097.2 1,349.994.5 


7.583.4 


12,195.7 


1982 J 


916,236.1 


13,220.5 


5.724.4 


26,787.7 


20,014.0 


206,885.8 


357,7886 


30,811.8 


30,403.3 


99,712.9 


122,879.8 


1,078.1 


928.6 




A 


906,254.0 


12,765.6 


5,438.0 


26,068.1 


18.732.3 


200.463.9 


362,089.0 


29,790.8 


30.4442 


98,849.0 


119.822.7 


1,036.8 


753.0 




S 


841,531.1 


11,663.0 


3,248.1 


23.085.7 


16,533.3 


196,701.0 


337,600.8 


26,611.4 


28.586.5 


89.904.5 


105.995.5 


850.9 


749.9 




O 


823.830.9 


12,158.0 


2,871.4 


22,539.6 


17,009.8 


189,935.3 


327.353.6 


27,094.2 


30,478.1 


87.9457 


105,016.4 


599.4 


828.6 




N 


766,2430 


1 1 ,402.8 


2,414.7 


20,587.7 


15.733.8 


172,197.5 


313,097.4 


24,761.2 


26,888.0 


83,094.7 


94,858.0 


471.8 


734.8 




D 


786,519.7 


11.698.8 


2.4970 


20,743.8 


15.987.9 


183.495 2 


317.734.7 


24.835.2 


26,567.7 


84.315.9 


97,460.7 


415.5 


766.8 


1983 J 


698,605.7 


10,062.6 


2,2000 


18.403.2 


13,453.7 


160,542.5 


277,970.8 


22,755.6 


22,981 6 


77.835.4 


91 ,472.5 


258.2 


669.2 




F 


714,459.1 


10,182.8 


2,188.2 


17.932.1 


12,647.5 


169,553.5 


284,549.8 


23,169.8 


23,345.0 


78.799.7 


90,663.9 


451.1 


775.1 




M 


798,677.4 


12,119.7 


2,6629 


21.694.3 


14,306.6 


185.516.5 


317,221.2 


26.399.3 


26,720.4 


86,660.0 


103.886.5 


532.2 


957.2 




A 


795,271.0 


11,744.8 


2,632.0 


21.289.1 


14,738.7 


184,139.1 


315,056.9 


26,609.8 


27,535.8 


82,639.0 


107,511.5 


524.4 


849.4 




M 


864.466.2 


12,212.5 


3.198.9 


21,693.9 


15.925.9 


207,4543 


343.894.8 


28.927.3 


27,472.5 


88,535.2 


113,660.5 


632.2 


857.6 




J 


914,875.1 


12.813.3 


3.831.3 


23.603.5 


17.556.3 


219,449.5 


358,520.9 


30.653.6 


29,464.5 


93,961.9 


123,223.5 


797.4 


999.0 




J 


969.840.0 


13,4888 


6,4343 


27,638.8 


19,149.4 


231,415.3 


368,123.9 


31,039.3 


32,793.0 


100.945.3 


136,851.8 


916.1 


1,043.6 




A 


948.036.3 


13.226.9 


5,531.6 


27.384.3 


18.509.8 


226,415.7 


360.230.4 


30,420.9 


30,8980 


95.434.9 


137,830.6 


898.1 


1.254.6 




S 


905,538.2 


11,876.6 


3,617.5 


25.375.2 


17,008.2 


216,142.6 


354,914.8 


29,042.4 


29,178.8 


90,199.3 


126,131.1 


762.2 


1,289.1 




O 


845,904.9 


11,538.9 


3,283.3 


24.607.6 


15.188.7 


203.2675 


331.617.5 


29,538.6 


30,017.1 


86,530.8 


108,483.6 


650.4 


1,180.4 




N 


796,668.3 


10,475.8 


2.826.1 


20,827.7 


14,033.2 


185,715.9 


318,953.7 


27.332.5 


27.809.4 


84.840.9 


102,047.7 


626.5 


1,178.3 




D 


834,940.0 


10.918.9 


3.205.9 


21.600 1 


14,682.9 


200.333.8 


335,610.4 


27,304.2 


26.860.6 


84.714.8 


108,031.3 


534.6 


1,142.2 


1984 J 


725.731 .6 


8,234.0 


2.525.7 


17,659.8 


12,280.0 


172,240.4 


288,352.1 


24,494.9 


24,457.4 


75,522.1 


97,450.1 


433.0 


2,081.5 




F 


763,4904 


9,056.9 


2,696.2 


19,760.2 


13.676.8 


183,759.1 


298,099.6 


25,325.7 


25,458.1 


83,814.8 


97,674.8 


623.4 


3,544.2 




M 


861,135.6 


11.055.0 


2,842.3 


21,714.0 


15.045.8 


205,668.6 


335.878.9 


29.753.1 


28,230.7 


94,491 


113,390.1 


732.7 


2,332.8 




A 


850,608.0 


10,715.0 


2,843.0 


22.879.7 


16,046.4 


204,0888 


326.914.6 


30.649.0 


27.987.6 


90,818.3 


115,899.5 


705.1 


1.060.3 




M 


928.274.0 


11,461 8 


3,4665 


24.013.2 


17,717.9 


232,751.0 


360.249.9 


32.6144 


28,732.4 


91 ,422.4 


123,690.6 


829.3 


1 ,324.0 




J 


980.543.8 


1 1 ,858 7 


4.360.7 


26,196.8 


19,396.7 


248.9072 


376,4609 


34.068.8 


30.338.6 


94,934.7 


131,831.9 


928.5 


1,259.8 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

Source: Restaurant, Caterer and Tavern Statistics (63-011), Statistics Canada. 



106 



Jection 1 1 ■ External Trade 

1 . Merchandise Trade on a Balance of Payments Basis 

08 1.1 Total Exports by Major Trading Area and Section , 

Seasonally Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 
1.2 Imports by Major Trading Area and Section, Seasonally 
Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 

09 1.3 Price and Volume indexes of Total Exports by Section, 

Seasonally Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 
1.4 Price and Volume Indexes of Imports by Section, 
Seasonally Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 

10 1.5 Total Exports by Commodity Grouping, Seasonally 

Adjusted , Balance of Payments Basis 
12 1.6 Imports by Commodity Grouping, Seasonally Adjusted, 

Balance of Payments Basis 

2. Merchandise Trade on a Customs Basis 

14 2.1 Total Exports by Country, Not Seasonally Adjusted, Customs Basis 

15 2.2 Imports by Country, Not Seasonally Adjusted, Customs Basis 

16 2.3 Total Exports by Commodity Grouping, Not Seasonally Adjusted, 

Customs Basis 
18 2.4 Imports by Commodity Grouping, Not Seasonally Adjusted, 

Customs Basis 



107 



Section 11— Tables 1.1 and 1.2 September 1984 

1 — Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.1: Total exports 1 by major trading area and section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis 2 (millions of dollars) 









Major trading areas 3 














Sections 






























Fabri- 


























Food, 


Crude 


cated 




Special 


Unallo- 




















teed, 


mate- 


mate- 


End 


trans- 


cated 






United 


United 


Other 




Other 


Other 


Live 


beverages 


rials. 


rials. 


products, 


actions 


BOP 


Month 


Total 


States 


Kingdom 


EEC 


Japan 


O.E.C.D 


countries 


animals 


& tobacco 


inedible 


inedible 


inedible 


trade 


adjust 


D 


399449 


399518 


399519 


399520 


399521 


399522 


399523 


399450 


399451 


399461 


399477 


399503 


399516 


399517 


1982 A 


7,215.1 


5,175.8 


178.8 


392.8 


386.3 


156.8 


924.7 


29.0 


755.3 


1.226.2 


2,287.6 


2,829.3 


15.2 


72.5 


S 


7,511.7 


5.250.7 


1966 


403.1 


407 4 


162 5 


1,091.4 


24.8 


8252 


1,259.0 


2,3896 


2,915.9 


17.4 


79.8 





6,628.9 


4.649.6 


1784 


391.3 


323.9 


150.4 


9353 


257 


763.2 


1,176.3 


2.250.9 


2,331.1 


21.2 


60.5 


N 


6,533.0 


4.581.9 


181.0 


344.8 


349.7 


1189 


9566 


29.3 


881.2 


1.125.0 


2,198.6 


2,2190 


19.2 


60.7 


D 


7.046 1 


4.915.5 


250.5 


352.4 


3626 


183.7 


981 4 


33.8 


8284 


1.230.0 


2,4006 


2.4769 


20.6 


55.8 


1983 J 


6,956.5 


5,027.5 


197.4 


333.9 


335 5 


109.0 


953.3 


37.9 


8566 


1,174.0 


2,179.1 


2,640.4 


19.6 


48.9 


F 


6.930 1 


5.043.1 


169.2 


326 1 


361.6 


133.5 


8966 


33.8 


863.6 


1.109.9 


2,231.1 


2.6306 


14.5 


46.6 


M 


7,246.5 


5.313.1 


206.5 


3307 


342.5 


124.8 


928.8 


31.5 


901.8 


1,170.6 


2,355.9 


2,716.3 


18.7 


51.7 


A 


7.396 1 


5,3674 


181 2 


3298 


3844 


144.9 


9884 


32.8 


854.6 


1.2169 


2,447.2 


2,777.7 


18.3 


48.6 


M 


7,322.2 


5.3408 


197.3 


2903 


377.7 


149.1 


9670 


34.2 


886 1 


1,163.8 


2,413.6 


2.751.2 


22.4 


50.9 


J 


7.5240 


5,525.8 


205.0 


360.5 


398.6 


156.3 


877.7 


34.5 


804 .1 


1,204.7 


2,570.5 


2,826.6 


27.5 


56.1 


J 


7,239.7 


5,395.9 


172.3 


3089 


377.3 


119 9 


8654 


25.0 


836.8 


1.108.5 


2,477.3 


2,709.1 


18.9 


64.1 


A 


7,692.9 


5,592.4 


256.5 


362.3 


377.3 


131.7 


9727 


26.0 


9484 


1,195.3 


2,563.2 


2.880.9 


20.2 


58.9 


S 


7,722.3 


5,759.5 


228.6 


379.5 


3448 


1295 


880.5 


26.6 


8458 


1.140.0 


2,633.2 


2,992.5 


15.1 


69.1 





7.977.5 


5,857.3 


230.2 


3724 


4565 


129.3 


931.7 


20.1 


829.7 


1.220.9 


2,749.0 


3.108.2 


18.5 


31.1 


N 


8,249.3 


6,098.1 


236.1 


404.9 


448 7 


159 


902.5 


19.0 


8020 


1,236.3 


2,7026 


3,446.2 


17.2 


26.0 


D 


8,567.9 


6,422.5 


233.7 


392.0 


443.0 


1668 


9100 


20.8 


731.9 


1.416.3 


2,686 1 


3.666 1 


21.7 


25.0 


1984 J 


8.955.3 


6.762.4 


213.4 


318.0 


469 1 


136.1 


1,056.1 


32.6 


815.7 


1.377.4 


2,752.1 


3,834.0 


26.8 


116.7 


F 


8,520.5 


6,481.3 


206.1 


423.8 


386.8 


157.3 


865.3 


32.0 


769.3 


1.254.5 


2,731.2 


3.595.0 


31.4 


107.1 


M 


9,325 .1 


7,321.1 


2077 


315.2 


4187 


170.8 


891.7 


32.9 


7632 


1.487.5 


2,822.3 


4,041.7 


36.1 


141.4 


A 


8,926.1 


6.916.8 


171.9 


321.0 


384.5 


205.7 


926.2 


40 5 


830.7 


1.480.0 


2,829.2 


3.605.2 


28.1 


112.4 


M 


9.574.0 


7.376.9 


219.5 


392.3 


4392 


153.3 


992.3 


39.3 


894.1 


1.635.1 


3,030.2 


3,785.9 


55.6 


133.8 


J 


9.515.4 


7,2896 


217.1 


361.6 


495.2 


168.7 


983.2 


53.5 


911.8 


1.344.0 


3,017.8 


4,028.8 


32.2 


127.3 


J 


9,795.5 


7,231.5 


164.8 


375.9 


616.7 


183 8 


1,222.7 


64.0 


1.076.9 


1.528.3 


2,999.4 


4,001.8 


29.7 


95.4 



Table 1.2: Imports by major trading area and section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (millions of dollars) 









Major trading areas 3 














Sections 






























Fabri- 


























Food. 


Crude 


cated 




Special 


Unallo- 




















teed. 


mate- 


mate- 


End 


trans- 


cated 






United 


United 


Other 




Other 


Other 


Live 


beverages 


rials. 


rials. 


products. 


actions 


BOP 


Month 


Total 


States 


Kingdom 


EEC 


Japan 


O.E.C.D. 


countries 


animals 


& tobacco 


inedible 


inedible 


inedible 


trade 


adjust 


D 


397990 


398058 


398059 


398060 


398061 


398062 


398063 


397991 


397992 


398007 


398017 


398033 


398056 


398057 


1982 A 


5.758.8 


4,152.6 


123.8 


300.3 


316.1 


166.7 


699.2 


13.7 


408.6 


725.6 


898.5 


3.744.7 


83.3 


-115.6 


S 


5.4988 


3,976.3 


158.9 


299.0 


293.5 


171.3 


599.8 


14.8 


394.3 


651.9 


1.010.3 


3.451.8 


87.1 


-111.4 


O 


5.077.2 


3,715.4 


147.2 


303.5 


286.6 


176 2 


4484 


14.9 


390 1 


6060 


8875 


3.205.5 


79.1 


-1059 


N 


5,023.1 


3.492.9 


149.2 


289.1 


271.5 


179.4 


641.0 


11.9 


377.1 


678.6 


936.1 


3.030.2 


93.1 


-103.9 


D 


5.476.1 


3.800.3 


130.3 


276.0 


276.4 


315.0 


678.2 


10.2 


389.8 


646.0 


1,112.1 


3.330.4 


95.3 


-1077 


1983 J 


5.551.8 


3,970.1 


144.1 


304.4 


317.3 


131.1 


684.8 


10 


396 3 


6687 


1.062.7 


3,435.2 


89.0 


-110.1 


F 


5,530.6 


4.067.3 


115.1 


2889 


3345 


170.5 


554.3 


11.3 


392.8 


519.0 


978.3 


3.663.5 


79.7 


-114.0 


M 


5,789.4 


4.196.7 


141.4 


303.4 


366.6 


178 9 


6024 


11.2 


374.1 


660.0 


1.026.2 


3,754.7 


82.6 


-119.4 


A 


5,583.1 


4,063.7 


122.1 


305.1 


3287 


178 4 


5850 


10.0 


4046 


482.2 


1.035.4 


3,698.3 


79.9 


-1273 


M 


5.639.8 


4,119.9 


126 4 


334.4 


3434 


183.5 


532.2 


9.5 


4062 


393.8 


1.130.1 


3,741.5 


86.1 


-127.4 


J 


5,740.1 


4,230.1 


135.5 


316.6 


3192 


158.1 


5807 


12.3 


401.3 


482.8 


1,106.5 


3,781.3 


86.0 


-130.1 


J 


5,873.0 


4,278.3 


151.8 


334.5 


341.3 


154.8 


612.3 


11.3 


4009 


545.9 


1.067.0 


3.8860 


87.0 


-125.1 


A 


6.336.0 


4.623.1 


168.2 


377.6 


348.3 


157.8 


661.0 


17.0 


431.0 


564.7 


1,142.2 


4,240.1 


86.9 


-145.9 


S 


6.562.7 


4,595.0 


147.8 


3409 


351.0 


2672 


860.8 


12.3 


441.1 


733.1 


1,276.0 


4.161.1 


77.3 


-138.2 


O 


6,703.2 


4,760.0 


144.7 


367.3 


3745 


171.6 


8852 


8.9 


398.6 


831.0 


1 ,250.9 


4.282.8 


76.0 


-145.0 


N 


6,750.7 


4.6990 


171.1 


3927 


4503 


176.6 


861 


8.1 


4240 


6507 


1,263.6 


4.479.7 


72.9 


-148.3 


D 


7.0595 


5.074.1 


164.7 


421.3 


475.5 


168.2 


755.7 


10.4 


399.3 


6167 


1,317.3 


4.791 


76.6 


-151.8 


1984 J 


7,082.6 


5,284.0 


212.1 


449.3 


3849 


163.3 


589.1 


96 


461.5 


5892 


1,266.8 


4,801.1 


135.6 


-181.2 


F 


7,338.9 


5,255.7 


181.9 


442.9 


3964 


190 9 


871 


66 


4680 


6897 


1 ,350.6 


4,853.4 


121.2 


-150.6 


M 


7,892.3 


5,7752 


2159 


4620 


459.5 


151.5 


8282 


8.0 


4745 


7888 


1.314.7 


5,337.7 


130.1 


-161.5 


A 


7,243.1 


5.303.6 


141.4 


4367 


381.3 


184.5 


795.6 


10.1 


4509 


6654 


1,167.1 


4,977.8 


138.8 


-167.0 


M 


7,920.5 


5,615.5 


1662 


574.7 


484.1 


1986 


881.4 


7.8 


5008 


666.0 


1.452.3 


5,3364 


147.1 


-189.9 


J 


7,445.3 


5.298.8 


203 9 


4457 


483.8 


196 7 


816.2 


96 


4635 


715.3 


1,357.5 


4.944.0 


123.1 


-167.7 


J 


7,735.9 


5.493.6 


197.3 


4457 


4766 


214.2 


908.5 


6.4 


4934 


736.3 


1,346.3 


5,197.6 


136.9 


-181.0 



'Total exports includes domestic exports and re-exports, lor lurther information please refer to Summary of External Trade (65-001) "The figures reflect a number of adjustments 
applied to the customs totals to make them consistent with the concepts and definitions used in the system of national accounts For more information about these adjustments, please 
refer to Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-001) s For definition of major trading areas and sections, please refer to Summary of External 
Trade (65-001) 
Source: Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



108 



Section 1 1 —Tables 1 .3 and 1 .4 



ieptember 1984 

—Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

able 1.3: Price and volume indexes 1 of total exports by section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (1971 =100) 



Total 



PAASCHE Current weighted price indexes' 



Food, 

feed, 

beve- 

Live rages & 

animals tobacco 



Crude 
mate- 
rials 



Inedible 



Fabri- 
cated 
mate- 
rials 



End 
pro- 
ducts 



Special 
tran- 
sactions 
trade 



Unallo- 
cated 
BOP. 
adjust. 



Total 



LASPEYRES Fixed weighted voume indexes' 



Food, 

feed. 

beve- 

Live rages & 

animals tobacco 



Crude 
mate- 
rials 



Fabri- 
cated 
mate- 
rials 



End 
pro- 
ducts 



Special Unallo- 

tran- cated 

sactions BOP. 

trade adjust. 



398741 398742 398743 398753 398769 398795 398808 398809 419510 419511 419512 419522 419538 419564 419577 419578 



982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 



304.9 
307.0 
314.0 
313.1 
315.5 



250.1 
243.9 
243.5 
228.9 
250.5 



303.9 249.2 



303.1 
306.7 
306.7 
307.2 
307.7 
309.5 
307.4 
305.3 
307.3 
303.2 



247.1 
247.4 
245.1 
238.3 
243.0 
240.1 
234.3 
240.0 
246.9 
246.3 



310.4 
310.5 
304.4 
299.7 
305.8 

301.9 
304.3 
309.6 
305.7 
309.1 
308.3 
302.6 
309.3 
306.1 
304.9 
303.2 



304.4 247.9 306.2 



608.0 
567.9 
632.8 
621.4 
596.8 

607.9 
607.9 
573.4 
567.8 
554.6 
516.5 
559.3 
553.0 
535.7 
547.8 
561.7 
538.1 



351.8 
362.7 
353.8 
339.0 
348.6 

336.7 
332.9 
345.3 
345.0 
350.8 
349.6 
355.6 
344.0 
342.5 
345.0 
343.0 
350.6 



229.8 
231.6 
232.8 
239.9 
240.4 

234.2 
235.7 
236.4 
236.8 
237.1 
240.7 
239.6 
240.5 
242.7 
242.9 
241.6 
240.8 



304.9 
307.0 
314.0 
313.1 
315.5 

303.9 
303.1 
306 7 
306.7 
307.2 
307.7 
309.5 
3074 
305.3 
307.3 
303.2 
304.4 



304.9 
307.0 
314.0 
313.1 
315.5 

303.9 
303.1 
306.7 
306.7 
307.2 
307.7 
309.5 
307.4 
305.3 
307.3 
303.2 
304.4 



158.9 
1643 
141.7 
140.1 
149.9 

153.7 
153.5 
158.6 
161.9 
160.0 
164.1 
157.0 
168.0 
169.8 
174.2 
182.6 
188.9 



205.8 
180.5 
187.4 
227.2 
239.5 

270.0 
2428 
226.0 
237.6 
254.8 
252.0 
184.8 
197.0 
196.7 
144.5 
136.9 
148.9 



141.8 
154.8 
146.1 
171.3 
157.8 

165.3 
165.3 
169.7 
162.9 
167.0 
152.0 
161.1 
178.6 
161.0 
158.6 
154.1 
139.3 



73.5 
80.8 
67.8 
66.0 
75.1 

70.4 
66.6 
74.4 
78.1 
76.5 
85.0 
72.2 
78.8 
77.6 
81.2 
80.2 
95.9 



128.4 
130.1 
125.6 
128.1 
136.0 

127.8 
132 4 
134.8 
140.1 
135.9 
145.2 
137.6 
147.1 
151.8 
157.3 
155.6 
151.3 



227.5 
232.6 
185.0 
170.9 
190.4 

208.3 
206.2 
212.3 
216.8 
214.4 
217.0 
208.9 
221.3 
227.8 
236.4 
263.5 
281.3 



186.4 
211.9 
252.4 
229.3 
244.1 

241.1 
178.8 
227.9 
223.1 
272.6 
334.1 
228.3 
245.7 
184.9 
225.0 
212.1 
266.5 



-197.2 
-215.6 
-159.8 
-160.8 
-146.7 

-133.4 

-127.5 

-139.8 

-131.4 

-137.4 

-151.2 

-171.8 

-158.9 

-187.7 

-83.9 

-71.1 

-68.1 



984 J 


300.3 


259.4 


305.1 


540.2 


344.3 


239.6 


300.3 


300.3 


200.2 


223.1 


155.8 


92.9 


157.8 


295.6 


333.6 


-322.3 


F 


302.2 


248.2 


307.5 


496.3 


351.3 


242.9 


302.2 


302.2 


189.2 


228.9 


145.8 


92.1 


153.5 


273.5 


3884 


-293.9 


M 


305.9 


261.2 


306.2 


529.8 


364.4 


241.5 


305.9 


305.9 


204.6 


223.6 


145.2 


102.3 


153.0 


309.2 


441 2 


-383.4 


A 


317.3 


260.7 


303.9 


625.4 


369.8 


244.0 


317.3 


317.3 


188.8 


275.8 


159.3 


863 


151.1 


273.0 


331.0 


-293.7 


M 


320.1 


254.3 


306.7 


585.1 


378.6 


245.1 


320.1 


320.1 


200.7 


274.3 


169.9 


101.9 


158.1 


285.4 


649.3 


-346.6 


J 


314.0 


259.0 


321.2 


624.3 


374.0 


243.7 


314.0 


314.0 


203.4 


3667 


165.4 


78.5 


159.3 


305.5 


383.4 


-336.2 


J 


316.5 


274.9 


330.6 


524.9 


371.4 


248.9 


316.5 


316.5 


207.7 


413.3 


189.8 


106.1 


1595 


297.0 


350.8 


-250.0 



fable 1.4: Price and volume indexes of imports by section, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (1971 =100) 









PAASCHE Current weighted price 


indexes' 










-ASPEYRES 


Fixed weighted voume 


indexes' 










Food. 




Inedible 












Food, 




Inedible 




























feed, 




Fabri- 




Special 


Unallo- 






feed, 




Fabri- 




Special 


Unallo- 








beve- 


Crude 


cated 


End 


tran- 


cated 






beve- 


Crude 


cated 


End 


tran- 


cated 






Live 


rages & 


mate- 


mate- 


pro- 


sactions 


BOP 




Live 


rages & 


mate- 


mate- 


pro- 


sactions 


BOP. 


donth 


Total 


animals 


tobacco 


rials 


rials 


ducts 


trade 


adjust 


Total 


animals 


tobacco 


rials 


rials 


ducts 


trade 


adjust. 


D 


397292 


397293 


397294 


397309 


397319 


397335 


397358 


397359 


419167 


419168 


419169 


419184 


419194 


419210 


419233 


419234 


1982 A 


302.9 


220.1 


268.4 


588.6 


328.8 


276.0 


302.9 


302.9 


149.0 


190.1 


163.3 


111.9 


102 3 


166.5 


197.5 


143.5 


S 


303.0 


217.7 


261.6 


492.6 


352.2 


277.0 


3030 


303.0 


142.2 


207.6 


161.7 


120.1 


107.4 


152.9 


206.4 


138.3 


O 


301.3 


212.5 


261.7 


535.3 


341.4 


275.2 


301.3 


301.3 


132.0 


214.1 


159.9 


102.8 


97.3 


142.9 


188.5 


132.2 


N 


299.1 


216.1 


261.0 


571.0 


338.3 


266.5 


299.1 


299.1 


131.6 


168.1 


155.0 


107.9 


103 6 


139.5 


223.5 


130.6 


D 


309.1 


217.2 


261.9 


5805 


375.9 


274.1 


309.1 


309.1 


138.8 


143.4 


159.7 


101.0 


110.7 


149.1 


221.4 


131.0 


1983 J 


299.5 


221.8 


263.9 


543.9 


349.2 


268.7 


299.5 


299.5 


145.2 


137.7 


161.1 


111.6 


113.9 


156.9 


213.4 


138.2 


F 


286.1 


223.6 


261.8 


3943 


318.8 


271.0 


286.1 


286.1 


151.5 


154.3 


161.0 


119.5 


114.9 


165.8 


200.1 


149.9 


M 


294.8 


228.6 


271.0 


446.4 


331.7 


272.9 


294.8 


294.8 


153.9 


149.6 


148.1 


134.2 


115.8 


168.8 


201.2 


152.3 


A 


287.9 


241.1 


270.4 


396.3 


324.9 


271.6 


287.9 


287.9 


152.0 


126.6 


160.5 


110.5 


119.3 


167.1 


199.3 


166.3 


M 


282.8 


223.2 


261.3 


313.4 


323.8 


272.1 


282.8 


282.8 


156.3 


130.0 


166.8 


114.1 


130.6 


168.7 


218.7 


169.4 


J 


288.0 


218.5 


262.1 


378.4 


325.3 


273.7 


288.0 


288.0 


156.1 


171.9 


164.3 


115.8 


127.3 


169.5 


214.4 


169.9 


J 


287.6 


210.5 


263.7 


388.0 


321.6 


272.6 


287.6 


287.6 


160.0 


163.9 


163.1 


127.7 


124.2 


174.9 


217.3 


163.6 


A 


291.1 


207.6 


268.4 


366.8 


324.0 


278.7 


291.1 


291.1 


170.5 


250.0 


172.3 


139.7 


131.9 


186.7 


214.4 


188.5 


S 


294.1 


206.0 


276.3 


411.2 


343.5 


270.7 


294.1 


294.1 


174.9 


182.3 


171.3 


161.8 


139.0 


188.6 


188.8 


176.7 


O 


300.8 


219.6 


275.8 


558.4 


337.9 


270.4 


300.8 


300.8 


174.6 


123.7 


155.0 


135.1 


138.6 


194.3 


181.5 


181.3 


N 


294.5 


231.3 


279.1 


448.0 


336.8 


272.8 


294.5 


294.5 


179.6 


106.9 


163.0 


131.9 


140.4 


201.5 


177.8 


189.4 


D 


296.6 


239.2 


280.7 


401.1 


353.3 


276.5 


296.6 


296.6 


186.5 


132.8 


152.6 


139.6 


139.5 


212.5 


185.5 


192.5 


1984 J 


292.7 


259.0 


285.1 


416.9 


336.3 


274.1 


292.7 


292.7 


189.6 


113.2 


173.6 


128.3 


141.0 


214.9 


332.7 


232.8 


F 


303.9 


257.9 


293.3 


548.2 


357.5 


276.0 


303.9 


303.9 


189.2 


78.1 


171.1 


114.2 


141.4 


215.7 


286.4 


186.3 


M 


304.9 


266.6 


288.4 


464.3 


346.8 


283.6 


304 9 


304.9 


202.8 


91.6 


176.5 


154.2 


141.9 


230.9 


306.4 


199.2 


A 


304.8 


264.0 


284.1 


515.7 


334.8 


285.2 


304.8 


304.8 


186.2 


116.8 


170.3 


117.1 


130.5 


214.2 


327.1 


206.1 


M 


301.3 


242.7 


286.6 


390.1 


346.9 


284.5 


301.3 


301.3 


206.0 


98.1 


187.5 


155.0 


156.7 


230.1 


350.6 


237.0 


J 


308.6 


227.4 


282.5 


502.3 


344.6 


287.1 


308.6 


308.6 


189.0 


128.9 


176.0 


129.3 


147.5 


211.3 


286.4 


204.3 


J 


313.1 


249.4 


292.4 


487.9 


355.9 


291.2 


313.1 


313.1 


193.6 


78.4 


181.0 


137.0 


141.6 


219.0 


314.0 


217.4 



'For definition of these concepts please refer to the 1971 -based price and volume indexes of Canada's external trade (65-001 supplement) 
Source: Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



109 



Section 11— Table 1.5 

1— Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.5: Total exports by commodity grouping, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (millions of dollars) 



September 1984 





Live 
animals 








Food, feed, 


beverages 


and tobacco 












Crude materials, inedible 






Fish. 

tresh, 

frozen, 

preserved 


Barley 


Wheat 


Wheat 
flour 


Other 
cereals 
unmilled 


Other 
cereal 
prepa- 
rations 


Meat 
and 

meat 
prepa- 
rations 




Other 
Alco- food, 
holic feed, 
beve- beverages 
rages & tobacco 


Rape- 
seed 


Other 

crude 
vege- 
table 
products 


Ores, concentrates & 


scrap 


Month 


Iron 


Copper 


Nickel 


D 


399450 


399452 


399453 


399454 


399455 


399456 


399457 


399458 


399459 


399460 


399462 


399463 


399464 


399465 


399466 


1982 A 


29.0 


163.6 


54.8 


307.8 


4.7 




12.1 




20.6 




69.6 




41.9 


80.2 


34.2 


32.1 


78.6 


28.1 


2.6 


S 


24.8 


1572 


48.6 


362.4 


9.0 




5.8 




229 




71.4 




395 


108.4 


33.6 


30.4 


58.5 


38.9 


3.0 





25.7 


1457 


63.3 


307.0 


3.1 




5.3 




19.7 




69.6 




38 5 


111.0 


10.1 


380 


74.3 


26.3 


0.7 


N 


29.3 


143.5 


65.0 


3923 


11 5 




8.4 




222 




658 




43.0 


129.5 


47.3 


29.9 


239 


32.1 


2.3 


D 


338 


107.8 


53.6 


415.1 


4.6 




9.4 




22.8 




50.0 




40.8 


124.3 


38.2 


18.2 


95.4 


31.0 


16.7 


1983 J 


37.9 


127.9 


63.6 


429.6 


12.3 




8.0 




18.9 




63.8 




38.0 


94.5 


29.0 


29.9 


79.4 


43.3 


1.5 


F 


33.8 


135.0 


60.4 


405.7 


12.5 




6.7 




21.5 




64.9 




378 


119.1 


28.0 


30.3 


70.3 


20.0 


13.4 


M 


31.5 


136.9 


62.6 


4409 


8.2 




6.0 




18.8 




72.0 




41.8 


114.6 


26.4 


46.4 


87.7 


32.4 


13.1 


A 


32.8 


145.0 


59.1 


389.0 


3.7 




12.8 




23.6 




682 




460 


107.2 


32.4 


32.3 


124.5 


399 


17.6 


M 


34.2 


158 9 


67.6 


400.3 


5.1 




100 




19.4 




646 




46.3 


113.9 


22.7 


23.1 


76.2 


498 


36.9 


J 


34.5 


152.4 


64.9 


333.1 


3.5 




11.3 




21.4 




595 




43.7 


114.3 


36.5 


19.6 


808 


44.5 


57.9 


J 


25.0 


142.8 


63.3 


373.2 


0.3 




229 




21.0 




57.7 




46.9 


108.7 


38.4 


32.8 


85.1 


48.1 


0.9 


A 


26.0 


120.8 


89.0 


4568 


68 




31.5 




21.4 




660 




469 


109.2 


25.1 


28.7 


959 


29.9 


41.0 


S 


26.6 


108.4 


94.8 


358.5 


142 




37.3 




20 




49.6 




37.1 


125.9 


23.9 


52.2 


989 


366 


49.1 


O 


20.1 


115.5 


67.3 


396.3 


60 




18.6 




22.8 




453 




380 


119.9 


34.5 


32.3 


867 


38.3 


22.4 


N 


190 


105.9 


72.1 


370.2 


7.6 




12.9 




25.5 




47.9 




400 


119.9 


48.1 


37.9 


42.4 


47.6 


35.7 


D 


20.8 


116.4 


48.7 


324.2 


05 




13.9 




18.8 




45.3 




43.0 


121.1 


51.7 


32.4 


126.7 


45.4 


47.2 


1984 J 


32.6 


1195 


46.4 


367.8 


39 




26.8 




20.7 




64.2 




41.6 


124.8 


59.1 


32.9 


144.8 


42.8 


37.6 


F 


32.0 


136.1 


58.8 


309.0 


99 




13.7 




18.4 




578 




49.2 


116.4 


107.6 


42.2 


49.8 


46.8 


55.5 


M 


32.9 


133.9 


54.6 


286 2 


7.9 




19.7 




23.7 




64.2 




54.3 


118.7 


73.5 


35.5 


158.3 


43.8 


54.3 


A 


40.5 


123.8 


91.5 


290.5 


6.5 




16.4 




16.8 




684 




54.9 


161.9 


57.5 


296 


18.6 


37.6 


55.1 


M 


39.3 


138.3 


68.3 


376.7 


28.2 




7.1 




19.2 




67.8 




57.5 


131.0 


75.1 


33.2 


137.5 


53.1 


33.8 


J 


53.5 


127.5 


540 


4559 


5.0 




6.6 




21.0 




590 




45.4 


137.4 


59.2 


35.5 


25.9 


28.0 


47.2 


J 


64.0 


179.6 


53.7 


538.1 


34 




9.8 




22.2 




59.7 




52.6 


157.8 


20.4 


26.4 


187.7 


72.7 


29.7 








Crude materials, inedible (concl 














Other 
crude 
mate- 
rials 
inedible 




Fabricated materials, inedible 






Ores, concentrates 
& scrap (concl.) 


Crude 
letroleum 


Coal 
and other 

bitu- As- 
Natural minous bestos, 
gas subs unmfrd 


Other 

crude 

animal 

products 


Other 

crude 

wood 

products 


Other 
crude 
non- 
metallic 
minerals 


Lumber 


Other 
wood 
fabri- 
cated 
mat. 


Wood 
pulp 
and 

similar 
pulp 


News- 
print 
paper 


Other 
paper 
and 
paper- 
board 


Inor- 


Month 


Zinc 


Other p 


ganic 
che- 
micals 


D 


399467 


399468 


399469 


399470 


399471 399472 


399473 


399474 


399475 


399476 


399478 


399479 


399480 


399481 


399482 


399483 


1982 A 


28.1 


95.9 


251.9 


4106 


105.2 


35.5 




24.3 




21.1 




66.5 


11.5 


231.1 


51.6 


274.2 


326.2 


81.3 


84.2 


S 


21.4 


1545 


254.0 


395.4 


109 5 


458 




25.2 




19.3 




55.9 


13.6 


262.3 


52.6 


250.2 


325.3 


86.2 


71.0 





22.5 


860 


242.7 


4038 


96.7 


42.3 




22.5 




16.9 




79.2 


14.3 


241 9 


50.3 


201.4 


321 5 


82.1 


93.2 


N 


16.9 


71.4 


249.2 


4184 


93.5 


38.1 




22.5 




21.0 




45.0 


13.5 


251.7 


42.1 


245.8 


311.4 


80.2 


62.6 


D 


25.0 


93.2 


233.8 


414.4 


89.9 


43.8 




24.9 




22.7 




70.0 


12.8 


292.1 


53.7 


234.2 


317.3 


62.2 


79.7 


1983 J 


4.3 


79.4 


254.7 


410.2 


99.7 


46.2 




21.5 




16.9 




44.9 


13.1 


3065 


51.0 


219.2 


308.5 


75.8 


82.9 


F 


17.3 


79.3 


196.0 


3927 


1063 


28.0 




18.1 




33.6 




63.6 


13.0 


336.1 


59.4 


239.4 


292.6 


659 


99.1 


M 


239 


64.8 


2656 


365.8 


103.0 


45.3 




206 




22.0 




41.0 


12.6 


280.4 


60.0 


233.2 


300.4 


88.0 


94.7 


A 


94 


71 1 


264.7 


3396 


124.8 


42.4 




15.3 




21.1 




69.0 


12.8 


307.2 


57.8 


228.5 


328.0 


71.3 


110.5 


M 


27.9 


36.9 


306.0 


317.1 


101.1 


33.6 




21.4 




22.6 




760 


12.5 


323.6 


58.9 


223.9 


329.1 


86.8 


83.0 


J 


44.1 


53.6 


3494 


2688 


98.1 


43.1 




19.8 




18.6 




56.4 


13.5 


357.0 


63.9 


255.8 


3438 


90.2 


76.0 


J 


7.8 


53.8 


3428 


281 8 


69.7 


386 




233 




17.3 




54.1 


14.0 


372.8 


690 


264.4 


366.0 


85.1 


56.8 


A 


17.5 


79.7 


337 3 


270.4 


963 


32.3 




22.6 




19.2 




83.7 


15.7 


367 8 


68.7 


264.8 


334.8 


100.5 


580 


S 


37.1 


56.0 


302.9 


313.3 


49.5 


34.0 




17.0 




23.9 




31.8 


13.8 


3290 


72.7 


282.4 


353.4 


98.4 


74.2 


O 


41.8 


608 


303.9 


2628 


138.0 


35.9 




25.9 




38.5 




86.8 


12.3 


3628 


72.7 


2937 


362.3 


97.4 


77.9 


N 


10 9 


688 


304.2 


3104 


146.0 


41.6 




32.3 




20.1 




74.5 


15.8 


318.9 


72.7 


257.8 


343.3 


91.5 


90.1 


D 


37.8 


56.2 


272.2 


3839 


180.3 


34.1 




208 




229 




900 


147 


332.7 


73.9 


287.9 


336.1 


82.7 


74.1 


1984 J 


139 


94.5 


255.7 


3793 


124 3 


50.9 




220 




22.4 




77.7 


195 


352.1 


75.8 


2958 


366.5 


99.6 


89.7 


F 


16.4 


57.8 


269.5 


281.7 


154.6 


55.3 




249 




21.6 




55.7 


15.1 


353.0 


90.9 


252.6 


311.5 


93.6 


111.8 


M 


21.0 


53.8 


3603 


3135 


170.0 


41.5 




26.2 




30.1 




88.5 


172 


365.6 


70.8 


193.4 


328.3 


94.4 


106.0 


A 


40 


81.4 


4933 


3438 


153.5 


50.3 




27.8 




27.5 




85.5 


14.5 


3470 


70.9 


271.4 


332.8 


87.5 


110.3 


M 


43.3 


89.9 


492.6 


366.5 


121.4 


40.3 




339 




28.3 




692 


17.0 


345.8 


666 


323.7 


407 5 


115.9 


91.1 


J 


34.3 


668 


383.9 


319.9 


138.1 


44.9 




34.3 




34.8 




737 


17.5 


3530 


77 1 


337.4 


431.8 


108.6 


109.6 


J 


12.0 


115.8 


366.3 


315.3 


146.5 


49.8 




29.2 




21.9 


117.7 


16.9 


341.9 


78.6 


366.8 


455.9 


113.6 


111.7 



110 



September 1984 

1 —Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.5: Total exports by commodity grouping, seasonally adjusted, 



Section 1 1 —Table 1 .5/concluded 



balance of payments basis (millions of dollars)/concluded 

















Fabricated materials, inedible 




















Syn- 




Petro- 




Steel 


Other 




Non ferrous metals and alloys 




Metal 
























thetic 


Other 


leum 


Primary 


bars, 


iron 














fabri- 






Organic 




rubber 


chem- 


and 


iron 


rods, 


& steel 














cated 






chem- 


Ferti- 


and 


icals 


coal 


and 


plates, 


and 


Alumi- 






Precious 






basic 


Elec- 


vlonth 


icals 


lizers 


plastics 


products 


products 


steel 


& sheets 


alloys 


nium 


Copper 


Nickel 


metals 


Zinc 


Other 


products 


tricity 


D 


399484 


399485 


399486 


399487 


399488 


399489 


399490 


399491 


39942 


399493 


399494 


399495 


399496 


399497 


399498 


399499 


1982 A 


99.2 


74.8 


61.1 


20.3 


234.1 


12.0 


107.6 


58.3 


182.8 


16.4 


38.6 


37.7 


24.4 


12.7 


57.0 


110.9 


S 


87.1 


88.0 


57.6 


21.1 


241.9 


14.4 


102.8 


54.6 


123.5 


41.8 


25.7 


1852 


26.6 


14.8 


53.7 


108.9 


O 


91.1 


75.3 


51.9 


21.8 


201.0 


17.7 


102.1 


52.7 


130.8 


25.1 


41.1 


152.5 


43.3 


16.0 


50.1 


101.9 


N 


101.4 


56.7 


54.0 


19.5 


227.5 


16.7 


98.3 


44.7 


134.3 


55.3 


27.7 


67.5 


40.5 


12.8 


53.4 


98.3 


D 


84.7 


82.2 


68.7 


23.0 


274.4 


13.9 


888 


50.2 


1076 


45.5 


36.0 


182.5 


51.7 


14.5 


49.5 


84.3 


1983 J 


92.2 


83.0 


54.5 


19.2 


185.5 


18.2 


52.7 


48.3 


109.6 


43.2 


28.0 


138.9 


32.6 


12.2 


53.0 


80.3 


F 


93.5 


104.7 


53.2 


24.8 


202.4 


17.1 


54.5 


45.6 


117.6 


34.9 


24.6 


98.3 


32.1 


11.2 


52.6 


81.4 


M 


153.5 


91.4 


55.6 


21.0 


214.5 


20.5 


65.0 


44.4 


122.4 


54.5 


29.5 


145.7 


48.0 


116 


498 


81.4 


A 


106.5 


122.9 


52.9 


27.2 


2830 


12.0 


57.6 


49.9 


136.3 


40.9 


32.3 


107.8 


50.4 


12.7 


54.3 


105.1 


M 


100.9 


85.8 


54.3 


24.0 


270.9 


17.1 


60.8 


52.1 


150.9 


34.6 


34.1 


120.1 


41.8 


12.7 


55.4 


99.3 


J 


83.5 


68.7 


63.4 


29.0 


249.3 


25.8 


56.6 


54.6 


122.9 


101.8 


50.2 


141.5 


39.2 


14.8 


63.6 


130.7 


J 


96.0 


54.8 


62.1 


28.4 


225.3 


22.4 


61.7 


54.1 


148.6 


41.6 


34.2 


99.3 


33.7 


15.7 


56.1 


129.8 


A 


91.6 


76.7 


66.7 


25.3 


263.3 


24.7 


58.5 


54.7 


154.3 


94.2 


39.8 


92.1 


44.2 


15.3 


53.1 


116.8 


S 


101.2 


108.5 


67.2 


28.9 


228.1 


23.8 


65.8 


64.5 


157.4 


76.8 


54.7 


119.1 


37.0 


11.2 


56.9 


120.7 





110.7 


126.3 


67.7 


22.8 


265.0 


19.7 


60.4 


65.3 


151.5 


62.6 


48.6 


150.7 


50.6 


12.6 


55.1 


110.2 


N 


96.3 


120.7 


68.3 


23.9 


208.0 


22.1 


75.0 


66.7 


189.6 


82.2 


62.0 


194.4 


46.9 


13.8 


64.5 


92.4 


D 


135.9 


116.9 


67.4 


21.9 


221.4 


34.3 


74.4 


68.7 


187.7 


44.2 


62.4 


138 9 


46.3 


12.7 


64.2 


100.6 


1984 J 


120.6 


110.0 


60.5 


19.0 


232.9 


32.7 


84.1 


70.9 


181.5 


51 5 


38.4 


72.1 


56.0 


15.9 


63.3 


107.4 


F 


106.2 


122.6 


66.7 


30.0 


237.0 


15.2 


80.2 


66.4 


168.1 


64.2 


463 


144.8 


56.9 


9.5 


59.5 


94.2 


M 


128 9 


128.7 


71.0 


32.6 


289.3 


11.8 


93.3 


81.0 


172.9 


86.0 


39.7 


163.5 


70.5 


14.6 


69.7 


90.4 


A 


125.7 


122.1 


75.2 


33.2 


312.9 


13.8 


84.2 


81.3 


143.9 


88.9 


52.4 


103.6 


53.0 


15.9 


70.6 


110.8 


M 


115.2 


108.1 


74.2 


28.4 


309.7 


31.2 


96.4 


86.5 


166.7 


65.9 


46.8 


125.3 


67.2 


15.6 


78.3 


126.8 


J 


118.9 


107.2 


87.9 


31.3 


262.2 


12.7 


82.2 


80.9 


169.1 


55.5 


32.2 


125.7 


56.1 


20.7 


67.4 


159.3 


J 


117.5 


110.1 


75.5 


25.9 


217.2 


18.1 


95.6 


74.9 


144.5 


47.8 


42.0 


144.2 


43.8 


19.4 


70.1 


157.2 




Fab materials, inedible 


(concl.) 












End products, inedible 


















Non- 




Machinery 


Transportation and communications equipment 










Other 






Pas- 


Trucks, 




Tele- 




Other 














Textile 


metallic 






Agri- 


senger 


truck 




vision, 


Aircraft. 


trans- 


Office 


Other 




end 


Special 




fabri- 


mineral 






cultural. 


autos 


tractors 


Motor 


telecom 


engines. 


port- 


machines 


equip 


Other 


prods 


trans- 




cated 


basic 




Indus- 


incl. 


and 


and 


vehicle 


equip- 


and 


ation 


and 


and 


consumer 


ined- 


actions 


Month 


materials 


products 


Other 


trial 


tractors 


chassis 


chassis 


parts 


ment 


parts 


equip. 


equip 


tools 


goods 


ible 


trade 


D 


399500 


399501 


399502 


399504 


399505 


399506 


399507 


399508 


399509 


399510 


39951 1 


399512 


399513 


399514 


399515 


399516 


1982 A 


21.4 


39.7 


30.0 


227.9 


57.7 


739.0 


449.5 


553.3 


135.1 


151.3 


84.6 


99.2 


144.9 


122.2 


64.6 


15.2 


s 


22.4 


39.6 


32.3 


260.9 


67.1 


872.2 


345.1 


4806 


126.0 


198.3 


112.8 


101.6 


160.9 


117.5 


72.9 


17.4 





21.1 


35.9 


29.1 


226.9 


47.8 


587.0 


311.1 


320.0 


131.7 


179.0 


83.3 


91.7 


145.7 


120.7 


86.2 


21.2 


N 


22.5 


40.4 


33.3 


250.1 


44.3 


452.7 


274.6 


387.4 


116.7 


170.3 


75.0 


95.5 


153.9 


116.5 


82.0 


19.2 





19.7 


37.4 


46.8 


2054 


49.1 


527.9 


289.7 


480 5 


134.2 


167.1 


138.0 


103.5 


143.7 


117.2 


120.6 


20.6 


1983 J 


18.6 


36.6 


28.6 


218.4 


51.8 


761.8 


281.4 


504.6 


138.8 


145.9 


99.9 


102.5 


121.9 


129.5 


83.9 


19.6 


F 


20.7 


35.6 


33.8 


180.5 


45.3 


740.5 


323.6 


533.7 


127.6 


170.8 


69.2 


100.3 


143.7 


123.4 


72.0 


14.5 


M 


17.9 


35.9 


366 


195.2 


46.5 


741.9 


294.4 


554.1 


140.9 


160.9 


94.4 


100.9 


141.4 


123.5 


122.2 


18.7 


A 


19.8 


37.3 


35.0 


215.6 


51.5 


767.7 


362.0 


534.1 


138.5 


149.1 


93.6 


91.2 


154.7 


126.7 


93.0 


18.3 


M 


21.1 


41.8 


30.6 


192.3 


48.9 


771.1 


353.4 


550.0 


135.2 


142.3 


66.6 


133.8 


156.7 


144.2 


56.7 


22.4 


J 


20.5 


40.7 


27.0 


290.6 


48.1 


760 1 


333.0 


591.0 


133.5 


153.2 


55.4 


112.1 


149.4 


133.4 


66.8 


27.5 


J 


19.7 


41.6 


38.1 


210.0 


43.1 


718.3 


385.3 


542.6 


132.4 


143.8 


64.6 


112.9 


162.2 


132.6 


61.3 


18.9 


A 


20.1 


47.8 


29.4 


219.5 


58.2 


705.0 


411.8 


649.1 


143.1 


142.5 


51.8 


125.4 


168.2 


127.5 


78.8 


20.2 


s 


20.8 


45.9 


34.6 


234.4 


61.5 


701.0 


404.2 


700.6 


161.9 


139.4 


87.7 


118.6 


162.7 


131.1 


89.4 


15.1 





20.8 


44.2 


37.4 


245.3 


57.9 


782.5 


399.5 


726.9 


155.9 


149.5 


78.6 


124.3 


164.1 


133.7 


90.0 


18.5 


N 


22.1 


44.5 


34.9 


252.8 


74.2 


843.8 


429.4 


862.3 


184.1 


145.6 


83.9 


125.6 


173.4 


136.4 


134.7 


17.2 


D 


21.4 


41.5 


37.9 


287.9 


73.9 


1,042.7 


472.0 


917.3 


170.9 


131.7 


65.8 


130.8 


167.2 


146.8 


59.1 


21.7 


1984 J 


24.2 


58.3 


73.3 


224.3 


51.6 


1,149.3 


455.8 


977.2 


181.6 


151.5 


76.6 


137.6 


169.9 


150.1 


108.5 


26.8 


F 


25.7 


50.9 


73.4 


226.0 


63.9 


1,050.9 


460.1 


883.2 


157.7 


138.2 


74.0 


130.4 


173.8 


141.1 


95.7 


31.4 


M 


25.2 


58.3 


36.4 


264.9 


66.3 


1,260.6 


462.5 


875.1 


231.2 


147.4 


71.6 


135.8 


187.6 


155.4 


183.3 


36.1 


A 


26.2 


47.1 


48.5 


263.7 


53.4 


1,011.8 


463.7 


852.5 


184.6 


135.8 


76.1 


145.4 


173.5 


152.0 


92.7 


28.1 


M 


24.7 


61.4 


51.2 


253.0 


56.1 


1,010.2 


501.0 


863.1 


213.8 


163.3 


106.1 


153.0 


186.1 


174.8 


105.4 


55.6 


J 


27.6 


61.0 


42.4 


297.1 


71.4 


1,131.6 


496.5 


837.4 


223.5 


159.5 


180.5 


161.7 


167.8 


154.8 


147.0 


322 


J 


22.6 


62.1 


42.4 


299.7 


59.2 


964.1 


496.8 


939.7 


221.8 


252.4 


124.6 


168.3 


196.1 


155.9 


123.2 


29.7 



Source: Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



111 



Section 11— Table 1.6 

1— Merchandise trade on a balance of payments basis 

Table 1.6: Imports by commodity grouping, seasonally adjusted, balance of payments basis (millions of dollars) 



September 1984 

















Food. 


feed, beverages and tobacco 




















Dried 




Other 


Cocoa, 


Dairy 




Other 




Fodder. 










Meat 


Fish 


Fresh 


fruits, 




veg and 


coffee. 


produce. 




cereals 


Sugar 


feed. 










and 


and 


fruits 


fruits 


Fresh 


vege- 


tea and 


eggs 




and 


and 


excl 








Live 


meat 


marine 


and 


& fruit 


vege- 


table 


other 


and 


Corn, 


cereal 


sugar 


unmilled 


Beve- 




Month 


animals 


prep. 


animals 


berries 


prep 


tables 


prep 


prep 


honey 


shelled 


prep 


prep 


cereal 


rages 


Tobacco 


D 


397991 


397993 


397994 


397995 


397996 


397997 


397998 


397999 


398000 


398001 


398002 


398003 


398004 


398005 


398006 


1982 A 


13.7 


34.4 


28.5 


57.6 


43.6 


32.8 


23.5 


72.0 


9.9 


13.2 


16.7 


25.1 


11.2 


34.9 


5.2 


s 


14.8 


25.2 


30 1 


54.4 


33.2 


35.2 


23.5 


70.4 


99 


13.7 


15.7 


39.9 


13.4 


25.3 


4.4 





14.9 


24.4 


34.8 


56.8 


33.1 


35.1 


25.9 


70.3 


11.1 


13.2 


164 


22.1 


15.7 


27.4 


3.8 


N 


11.9 


23.1 


29.6 


61.3 


32.4 


36.2 


23.7 


65.4 


10.3 


7.7 


14.8 


25.4 


14.6 


29.2 


3.4 


D 


10.2 


21.8 


28.6 


56.1 


32.4 


39.5 


21.1 


698 


10.6 


84 


15.0 


34.3 


14.6 


32.1 


5.5 


1983 J 


100 


289 


28.6 


61.1 


43.3 


35.9 


23.4 


698 


9.7 


10.5 


15.2 


22.1 


14.7 


29.3 


3.8 


F 


11.3 


295 


324 


58.1 


34.2 


38.1 


21.0 


63.2 


10 4 


86 


16.5 


33.6 


14.7 


26.5 


6.0 


M 


112 


288 


31.3 


61.4 


309 


39.1 


17.8 


635 


9.5 


7.5 


14.8 


20.2 


14.9 


30.6 


3.8 


A 


10.0 


33.5 


334 


58.7 


34.2 


38.9 


21.9 


69.1 


8.8 


6.5 


17.7 


30.1 


13.7 


28.7 


94 


M 


95 


30.8 


32.7 


602 


31.1 


38.3 


21.3 


64.9 


9.1 


5.7 


15.8 


49.3 


16.7 


25.1 


5.2 


J 


12.3 


31.8 


338 


56.5 


33.4 


39.7 


25.3 


67.1 


11.2 


11.4 


18.8 


20.0 


19.0 


28.3 


5.0 


J 


11.3 


29.6 


32.9 


60.7 


360 


430 


24.4 


69.7 


9.9 


7.1 


17.6 


27.8 


15.2 


22.5 


4.5 


A 


170 


303 


39.2 


586 


35.1 


42.9 


23.5 


79.3 


9.5 


3.9 


20.3 


34.2 


20.3 


26.1 


7.8 


s 


12.3 


30.5 


399 


62.3 


39.5 


448 


27.0 


79.6 


10.3 


4.3 


21.2 


30.1 


208 


27.2 


3.6 





89 


24.7 


35.5 


56.1 


34.6 


42.2 


23.0 


69.7 


90 


08 


17.4 


30.4 


18.6 


29.2 


7.4 


N 


8.1 


30.3 


39.0 


57.3 


25.3 


43.0 


24.0 


76.4 


9.1 


0.9 


20.0 


42.3 


23.0 


298 


3.6 


D 


10.4 


27.3 


39.4 


55.5 


34.4 


39.7 


23.6 


76.3 


8.7 


0.5 


20.7 


26.2 


14.2 


30.0 


2.8 


1984 J 


96 


37.6 


38.4 


70.3 


49.6 


50.0 


26.0 


65.4 


108 


26 


19.6 


32.8 


20.0 


34.5 


39 


F 


66 


36.5 


398 


76.7 


37.9 


50.6 


25.5 


774 


11.0 


4.7 


23.0 


31.5 


17.1 


32.6 


3.7 


M 


80 


386 


34.9 


75.8 


44.8 


50.0 


24.5 


79.7 


12.1 


8.8 


22.8 


222 


19.5 


37.6 


3.2 


A 


10.1 


35.5 


41.8 


61.7 


35.2 


41.2 


26.9 


84.7 


10.6 


5.5 


21.2 


36.5 


17.0 


32.0 


1.1 


M 


7.8 


34.7 


42.1 


689 


41.9 


40.9 


29.1 


103.5 


12.7 


10.8 


22.1 


36.9 


19.7 


33.4 


4.1 


J 


96 


28.7 


37.4 


64.8 


37.2 


40.4 


27.6 


99.0 


11.1 


6.3 


21.9 


31.6 


20.7 


33.3 


3.5 


J 


6.4 


37.1 


38.4 


57.6 


45.2 


49.4 


31.3 


98.2 


9.9 


5.7 


18.6 


36.8 


20.8 


40.3 


4.1 










Crude materials, inedible 










Fabricated materials, inedible 








Metals. 


Coal 












Wool 




Wood 


Textile 






Other 


Petro- 




ores. 


and 






Crude 






and 


Crude 


Fabri- 


fabri- 






chem- 


leum 




concen- 


other 




Crude 


vege- 


Crude 




man- 


non- 


cated 


cated 


Organic 




icals & 


and 




trates 


related 


Crude 


animal 


table 


wood 




made 


metallic 


mater- 


mater- 


chem- 


Plastic 


related 


coal 


Month 


& scrap 


prod. 


petroleum 


prod 


prod. 


mat. 


Cotton 


fibres 


minerals 


ials 


ials 


icals 


materials 


prod. 


prod 


D 


398008 


398009 


398010 


39801 1 


398012 


398013 


398014 


398015 


398016 


398018 


398019 


398020 


398021 


398022 


398023 


1982 A 


137.0 


101.2 


384.3 


16.0 


34.3 


7.6 


6.6 


12.8 


25.8 


29.6 


96.7 


84.3 


76.3 


141.8 


63.7 


S 


1269 


72.9 


335 1 


16.7 


47.8 


7.3 


66 


12.4 


26.2 


30.2 


94.6 


889 


74.6 


144.3 


76.9 





122.7 


63.5 


317.5 


14.7 


32.2 


8.6 


8.8 


13.4 


24.6 


30.9 


91.8 


76.2 


70.7 


137.1 


61.6 


N 


125.7 


77.2 


3703 


15.9 


35.2 


80 


8.2 


12.8 


25.3 


348 


96.4 


81.5 


74.4 


139.0 


85.1 


D 


97.5 


52.2 


3830 


22.1 


30.9 


85 


89 


14.7 


28.2 


38.4 


103.3 


89.5 


78.2 


133.8 


66.1 


1983 J 


95.8 


65.5 


399.7 


18.6 


295 


8.3 


8.7 


13.8 


288 


41 7 


111.9 


97.4 


82.7 


142.5 


66.5 


F 


138.2 


65.6 


2044 


17.3 


32.0 


8.9 


8.9 


14.5 


29.2 


41.7 


107.4 


99.1 


86.4 


153.0 


76.7 


M 


134.0 


60.3 


3295 


170 


32.5 


12.8 


7.8 


13.9 


52.2 


43.1 


111.2 


116.9 


85.7 


149.8 


77.7 


A 


128.9 


53.5 


187.6 


18.3 


368 


8.5 


8.9 


14.5 


25.2 


46.3 


114.5 


97.5 


97.8 


157.8 


71.9 


M 


141.0 


62.8 


76.9 


17.9 


34.0 


94 


119 


16.0 


23.9 


49.9 


118.9 


1056 


98.3 


154.4 


69.6 


J 


1190 


71.2 


173.0 


206 


36.5 


8.7 


8.5 


15.4 


299 


53.2 


123.3 


104.2 


106.4 


161.5 


56.3 


J 


1428 


65.3 


220 7 


19.7 


40.0 


92 


79 


12.5 


27.8 


54.2 


119.1 


92.8 


1049 


152.2 


53.8 


A 


140.5 


73.5 


2265 


17.0 


41.2 


12.8 


7.6 


14.4 


31.2 


52.6 


132.6 


115.2 


106.4 


163.5 


103.1 


S 


1859 


93.0 


332.4 


17.7 


34.7 


113 


8.6 


15.4 


34.1 


55.8 


133.5 


1006 


1082 


168.6 


98.4 





106 7 


78.7 


502.7 


20.1 


56.2 


10.3 


8.8 


14.6 


32.9 


55.8 


132.8 


110.3 


98.8 


164.2 


127.3 


N 


155.1 


76.6 


2972 


175 


33.8 


10.9 


10.2 


16.2 


33.2 


57.7 


137.8 


116.5 


115.1 


177.0 


101.8 


D 


163.1 


757 


271.0 


15.3 


28.1 


10.6 


10.7 


14.8 


27.4 


57.8 


136 3 


109.7 


109.8 


181.1 


143.6 


1984 J 


144.4 


98.3 


221.2 


162 


41.4 


11.7 


8.9 


13.2 


33.9 


60.8 


142.8 


124.4 


113.6 


172.8 


115.8 


F 


1086 


63.3 


387 8 


18.0 


40.4 


13.0 


8.8 


15.2 


34.6 


54.4 


138.7 


126.7 


106.3 


184.2 


158.1 


M 


189.1 


69.2 


3647 


183 


506 


14.4 


8.0 


15.6 


589 


58.3 


140.9 


108.1 


115.0 


189.1 


151.0 


A 


1228 


112.1 


313.1 


17.4 


33.0 


12.7 


12.5 


12.2 


29.6 


47.5 


127.3 


109.8 


111.4 


166.9 


50.3 


M 


213.5 


107.5 


190 7 


25.0 


46.3 


15.7 


14.2 


15.4 


37.7 


58.6 


1468 


125.4 


125 4 


200.6 


145.2 


J 


156 2 


114.8 


307.9 


22.5 


398 


15.1 


9.3 


11.5 


38.2 


50.0 


150.9 


122.7 


121.8 


195.5 


73.5 


J 


1608 


122.2 


3095 


22.3 


44.0 


13.0 


10.7 


15.1 


38.7 


51.7 


148.2 


122 3 


125.8 


194.0 


119.6 



112 



eptember 1984 
























Section 


1 1 —Table 


1 .6/concluded 


—Merchandise trade 


on a 


Dalance of payments basis 




















able 1.6 


Imports by commodity grouping 


seasonally adjusted, balance of 


payments basis 


(millions of dollars)/concluded 












Fabricated materials, inedible (concl.) 












End products, inedible 






Steel 


Other 




Other 


Metal 




Oils. 












Machinery 


















Pas- 




bars. 


iron 


Precious 


non- 


fabri- 


Rubber 


fats. 


Non- 


Other 


Engines, 












senger 




rods. 


and 


metals 


ferrous 


cated 


fabri- 


animal 


metallic 


fabri- 


turbines 








Other 




autos 




plates. 


steel 


and 


metals 


basic 


cated & 


veget- 


mineral 


cated 


and 


Drilling. 


Exca- 


Metal- 


indus- 


Agri- 


and 


onth 


sheets 


prod. 


alloys 


& alloys 


prod. 


materials 


able 


prod 


natenals 


motors 


mining 


vating 


working 


trial 


cultural 


chassis 


D 


398024 


398025 


398026 


398027 


398028 


398029 


398030 


398031 


398032 


398034 


398035 


398036 


398037 


398038 


398039 


398040 


382 A 


34.4 


41.0 


39.7 


59.2 


90.3 


12.1 


14.0 


52.7 


62.7 


67.0 


79.2 


32.7 


50.4 


247.2 


116.1 


444.2 


S 


36.5 


42.4 


133.4 


54.9 


87.1 


12.4 


14.6 


55.4 


64.1 


54.2 


54.9 


24.4 


74.7 


244.0 


127.5 


350.4 





24.7 


36.0 


89.2 


54.4 


73.5 


11.2 


8.4 


53.2 


68.6 


600 


40.0 


23.7 


52.9 


226.1 


133.1 


251.9 


N 


32.8 


35.0 


85.2 


50.3 


78.2 


10.7 


15.8 


48.7 


68.2 


48.7 


52.8 


24.8 


54.6 


219.5 


118.8 


328.7 


D 


36.3 


33.6 


250.7 


55.7 


80.3 


10.8 


13.1 


51.8 


70.5 


43.9 


62.7 


17.9 


49.8 


218.3 


112.4 


311.9 


J83 J 


44.8 


38.2 


143.3 


55.0 


86.5 


11.3 


14.3 


55.2 


71.4 


58.7 


48.3 


56.6 


49.5 


225.1 


107.0 


405.2 


F 


46.4 


36.2 


31.7 


60.9 


85.1 


12.0 


13.4 


54.7 


73.6 


40.3 


47.1 


16.5 


48.1 


223.5 


84.6 


529.5 


M 


53.4 


38.3 


60.9 


63.8 


78.3 


12.2 


14.9 


50.4 


69.6 


46.5 


42.8 


24.3 


50.7 


217.5 


1047 


453.5 


A 


53.1 


41.5 


46.2 


60.6 


87.9 


13.3 


15.7 


58.5 


72.8 


48.0 


41.8 


18.5 


52.0 


236.1 


119.7 


440.2 


M 


52.8 


39.2 


66.4 


63.1 


147.6 


17.0 


12.9 


586 


75.8 


58.3 


46.6 


29.9 


45.8 


235.1 


128.2 


4604 


J 


50.1 


43.6 


81.3 


62.8 


87.9 


14.2 


15.9 


61.2 


84.6 


56.1 


46.1 


37.9 


56.8 


247.2 


131.2 


445.6 


J 


55.5 


42.3 


72.1 


65.5 


79.8 


16.1 


17.7 


62.7 


78.3 


58.4 


44.5 


37.7 


57.8 


248.5 


146.8 


451 3 


A 


60.6 


42.1 


18.6 


72.0 


91.4 


14.1 


15.6 


64.4 


90.0 


588 


65.1 


36.5 


72.2 


252.6 


137.8 


470.7 


S 


57.0 


458 


141.4 


82.6 


95.5 


15.0 


16.4 


64.7 


92.5 


52.7 


46.3 


44.8 


53.3 


257.2 


135.4 


574.4 


O 


59.2 


48.7 


68.7 


75.5 


121.3 


15.7 


17.2 


64.5 


90.9 


60.5 


44.4 


46.5 


49.4 


247.3 


132.4 


606.9 


N 


59.2 


50.6 


66.0 


80.6 


101.8 


16.0 


19.4 


68.8 


95.3 


960 


38.7 


56.1 


48.6 


265.4 


148.5 


717.3 


D 


59.9 


56.6 


81.4 


79.2 


106.8 


16.9 


18.3 


68.1 


91.8 


61.1 


43.4 


61.5 


57.5 


277.7 


137.1 


654.3 



J 


65.3 


54.2 


9.0 


108.4 


107.1 


17.9 


14.7 


64.3 


95.7 


58 1 


494 


43.8 


603 


277.1 


151.1 


652.5 


F 


70.5 


53.8 


50.3 


96.0 


115.5 


17.1 


18.3 


65.4 


95.3 


61.4 


45.7 


39.8 


63.9 


304.3 


131.0 


681.1 


M 


85.5 


58.4 


5.9 


91.1 


106.5 


18.4 


17.8 


67.3 


101.4 


59.8 


42.6 


73.6 


61.6 


281.3 


142.0 


728.7 


A 


68.0 


54.7 


35.3 


849 


110.0 


18.6 


14.2 


71.2 


97.0 


55.3 


48.4 


41.2 


76.7 


279.2 


140.5 


568.4 


M 


71.8 


67.1 


31.6 


90.2 


160.9 


19.6 


26.3 


73.4 


109.4 


58.8 


49.7 


58.2 


70.0 


323.6 


168.1 


595.8 


J 


75.4 


60.4 


78.3 


90.5 


112.4 


19.9 


23.9 


73.2 


109.1 


65.1 


50.2 


39.7 


67.3 


320.3 


157.5 


602.4 


J 


87.3 


66.2 


13.6 


94.5 


103.4 


18.3 


13.7 


75.1 


112.6 


628 


54.4 


51.6 


70.1 


322.8 


155.0 


594.0 



End products, inedible (concl.) 



Trucks 

and 

other 

vehicles 



Motor 

vehicle 

parts 



Other 

vision, commun. Office 

telecom and machines 

related and 

equip equip 



Tele- 



equip- 
ment 



Other 
Other Aircraft, trans- 

equip engines, port- 

and and ation 

tools parts equip 



Apparel 
and 

apparel 
acces- 
sories Footwear 



Watches, 

sporting 

goods 

Printed and 

matter toys 



House 

fur- Photo- 

nish- graphics 

ings goods 



Misc 

end 

prod 



Special 
trans- 
actions 
trade 



398041 398042 398043 398044 398045 398046 398047 398048 398049 398050 398051 398052 398053 398054 398055 398056 



982 A 


105.7 


991.9 


35.7 


174.5 


241.6 


350.1 


138.0 


93.6 


90.1 


35.9 


95.7 


594 


65.8 


73.3 


156.6 


83.3 


S 


113.4 


865.3 


38.5 


168.5 


216.2 


3538 


139.3 


65.9 


81.2 


31.7 


94.7 


60.0 


67.0 


67.0 


159.2 


87.1 


O 


91.7 


659.4 


37.4 


170.6 


190.9 


3249 


277.1 


94.9 


81.9 


28.2 


92.7 


72.8 


64.4 


68.1 


162.8 


79.1 


N 


95.0 


511.3 


33.7 


174.0 


227.2 


339.0 


113.3 


1049 


87.4 


37.2 


92.8 


63.7 


68.5 


67.6 


166.7 


93.1 


D 


102.3 


714.0 


35.7 


182.1 


239.6 


355.9 


177.7 


125.9 


91.4 


27.1 


91.2 


59.7 


680 


71.0 


171.9 


95.3 


983 J 


117.9 


734.5 


44.6 


183.9 


228.3 


370.7 


115.8 


95.5 


91.9 


28.1 


95.3 


66.5 


71.2 


68.9 


171.7 


89.0 


F 


112.9 


940.3 


35.4 


187.9 


210.4 


366.0 


116.5 


89.3 


100.3 


27.7 


92.8 


69.1 


73.0 


73.4 


178.9 


79.7 


M 


124.4 


769.1 


45.6 


191.7 


230.2 


359.1 


372.2 


122.4 


100.2 


29.0 


89.8 


64.7 


72.1 


70.6 


173.6 


82.6 


A 


119.7 


850.1 


50.6 


209.1 


232.8 


394.3 


131.7 


121.5 


988 


32.8 


100.9 


67.9 


78.0 


78.3 


175.5 


79.9 


M 


110.7 


888.5 


57.0 


211.8 


240.0 


4000 


114.3 


91.4 


102.4 


33.8 


101.5 


63.8 


74.8 


74.5 


172 7 


86.1 


J 


120.4 


806.4 


50.7 


201.9 


259.5 


408.5 


160.9 


102.9 


106.3 


38.1 


102.9 


62.2 


76.2 


78.6 


184.9 


86.0 


J 


121.2 


866.3 


47.1 


247.3 


252.4 


413.1 


131.0 


105.3 


114.1 


36.2 


103.0 


67.6 


77.4 


75.4 


183.6 


87.0 


A 


163 


965.2 


51.9 


244.6 


258.0 


433.3 


256.1 


91.9 


116.5 


38.0 


107.1 


66.5 


79.4 


78.2 


196.7 


86.9 


S 


148.7 


887.9 


48.4 


253.5 


295.8 


423.2 


138.9 


124.4 


120.9 


36.8 


104.7 


64.5 


82.3 


87.8 


179.2 


77.3 


O 


179.8 


987.2 


50.6 


255.9 


290.8 


424.5 


155.7 


87.6 


123.6 


35.9 


102.7 


55.2 


81.3 


82.3 


182.3 


76.0 


N 


172.4 


972.9 


56.2 


254.2 


299.2 


446.3 


126.7 


93.8 


113.4 


39.4 


106.2 


64.1 


87.0 


86.4 


190.9 


72.9 


D 


204.0 


1,169.5 


59.4 


275.9 


312.1 


456.5 


202.9 


145.9 


104.3 


41.5 


106 8 


61.6 


85.5 


85.2 


187.3 


76.6 


984 J 


194.8 


1,188.1 


63.2 


289.8 


323.6 


487.6 


153.9 


130.1 


93.4 


39.1 


110.7 


64.4 


86.7 


84.4 


199.0 


135.6 


F 


198.6 


1,216.3 


66.3 


274.6 


305.1 


476.2 


172.4 


118.3 


125.2 


34.1 


104.2 


72.0 


81.8 


89.6 


191.5 


121.2 


M 


210.8 


1,401.3 


74.6 


303.5 


340.6 


485.4 


250.5 


101.4 


161.8 


42.6 


108.0 


72.2 


85.1 


91.7 


218.6 


130.1 


A 


205.9 


1 .288.6 


75.8 


306 1 


331.9 


488.9 


200.9 


130.7 


154.1 


41.8 


102.2 


66.3 


84.6 


84.0 


206.3 


138.8 


M 


211.6 


1,173.1 


82.9 


340.8 


437.2 


527.1 


251.5 


139.9 


149.6 


45.5 


121.6 


77.6 


96.6 


106.4 


250.8 


147.1 


J 


184.2 


1,173.8 


78.7 


311.0 


365.3 


499.9 


133.9 


97.3 


144.2 


39.0 


120.1 


82.5 


92.6 


91.8 


227.2 


123.1 


J 


239.6 


1 ,249.4 


63.1 


317.2 


350.8 


520.4 


215.4 


124.2 


145.7 


39.8 


121.6 


78.7 


91.7 


102.9 


226.4 


136.9 



Source: Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



113 



Section 11— Table 2.1 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.1: Total exports by country, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars) 



September 1984 I 











Belgium 


























Year 








and 


























and 


All 


Western 


EEC 


Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 


United 


Ire- 


Den- 


Eastern 




Middle 


Saudi 


Other 


month 


countries 


Europe 


(9)' 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Kingdom 


land 


mark 


Europe 


USSR 


East 


Arabia 


Africa 


D 


400466 


400465 


400462 


400456 


400453 


400450 


400447 


400444 


400438 


400435 


400432 


400393 


400369 


400363 


400324 


400303 


1982 


84,530.3 


8,770.5 


7,508.0 


791.1 


755.3 


1,285.0 


704.5 


1.060.3 


2.726.6 


98.6 


866 


2.5900 


2,073.7 


1 .875.7 


446.9 


1.191.1 


1983 


90.9639 


7.8348 


6,771.5 


714.3 


654.1 


1,181.7 


5693 


975.7 


2.508.8 


99 1 


68.5 


2.122.5 


1,764 6 


1.445.7 


369.4 


949.8 


1982 A 


6.486 1 


649.7 


556 7 


65.3 


50.3 


88.4 


49.6 


106.6 


185.3 


68 


4.5 


170.3 


133.5 


97.1 


20.1 


44.1 


s 


7,567.0 


660.4 


551.8 


67.0 


506 


109 4 


67.2 


75.3 


1697 


86 


4.1 


242.7 


185.2 


202.0 


80.8 


92.6 





6.670.7 


657.2 


5849 


63.5 


73.1 


117.0 


47.7 


84.1 


189 2 


6.3 


4.0 


222 1 


205.9 


118.5 


288 


104.1 


N 


6,997.3 


6624 


570.3 


538 


60.1 


110.2 


47.0 


95.0 


183.1 


7.3 


13.8 


271 9 


253.0 


165.3 


36.7 


78.8 


D 


6,9082 


750.9 


6402 


68.3 


54.5 


99.6 


68.0 


80.6 


2478 


110 


10.4 


211.9 


197.0 


173.5 


37.3 


100.9 


1983 J 


6.4036 


553.0 


4898 


46.9 


52.8 


94.7 


32.5 


68.4 


1834 


7.1 


40 


81.3 


70.3 


131.3 


31.7 


57.6 


F 


6.822 4 


542.5 


457.8 


51.4 


49.8 


98.0 


39.1 


48.7 


159 5 


7.6 


3.7 


70.9 


61.6 


104.8 


25.3 


69.2 


M 


7,448.4 


723.4 


608.8 


58.0 


46.1 


101.7 


58.0 


75.2 


255.2 


10.2 


4.4 


1092 


75.1 


85.7 


28.6 


61.1 


A 


7,383.4 


575.0 


505.1 


39.4 


44.5 


91.2 


35.8 


91.5 


189.5 


7.5 


5.7 


2273 


183.3 


83.0 


29.0 


66.4 


M 


7,990.6 


662 7 


5604 


48.1 


624 


896 


44.0 


80.6 


214.7 


16.7 


4.3 


308.0 


262.2 


121.9 


26.7 


101.9 


J 


8,290.8 


714.3 


590.3 


63.6 


506 


88.7 


35.5 


123.2 


214.2 


7.4 


7.1 


2442 


2030 


143.1 


44.8 


93.5 


J 


6,7189 


527.2 


4600 


38.0 


46.3 


91.2 


27.1 


70.6 


178.3 


46 


3.8 


177.1 


141.5 


128.0 


39.5 


58.2 


A 


6.994.6 


662.8 


5756 


646 


58.2 


92.7 


59.7 


63.5 


227.1 


6.5 


3.3 


266.2 


230.1 


81.7 


20.9 


96.9 


s 


7.6493 


6794 


587.7 


92.4 


51.8 


96.3 


45.3 


79.2 


211.7 


7.5 


3.5 


2559 


231.6 


135.1 


23.1 


76.9 





8,262.8 


718.9 


648 1 


87.8 


59.6 


119.0 


58.9 


93.4 


219.5 


6.3 


3.7 


173.9 


138.7 


139.5 


27.2 


97.8 


N 


8,772.2 


733.3 


640.5 


63.9 


70.0 


108.7 


53.2 


980 


225.6 


8.7 


12.6 


128.3 


111.7 


143.9 


32.7 


66.1 


D 


8,226.9 


742.2 


647.2 


60.1 


62.0 


110.0 


80.0 


83.4 


2302 


9.1 


12.5 


80.3 


55.5 


147.5 


40.0 


104.2 


1984 J 


8,4283 


598 2 


521 7 


46.8 


40.4 


89.2 


56.5 


69.2 


2084 


5.6 


56 


60.1 


23.8 


126.4 


27.2 


92.7 


F 


8.4122 


686.2 


595.2 


46.6 


57.5 


103 


31.8 


126.2 


212.2 


6.2 


11.7 


34.0 


22.9 


109.0 


33.6 


101.6 


M 


9,381.3 


663.7 


565.2 


42.8 


50.7 


83.2 


46.7 


984 


2252 


9.2 


89 


45.7 


10.5 


151.0 


31.9 


80.3 


A 


9,112.1 


643.1 


5400 


366 


60.1 


88.7 


41.1 


99.0 


1967 


11.3 


6.4 


115.5 


101.8 


109.6 


24.0 


860 


M 


10,428 3 


793.4 


693.8 


54.2 


608 


126.8 


91.8 


95.4 


250.9 


10.5 


3.3 


3079 


229.0 


172.9 


29.9 


83.4 


J 


9,948.2 


6862 


573.7 


61.3 


63.6 


117.2 


44.4 


74.5 


195.9 


69 


10.0 


343.9 


316.3 


230.5 


29.0 


122.6 


J 


9.3630 


6658 


559.7 


50.8 


62.2 


120.1 


53.9 


84.2 


173.9 


7.9 


6.6 


4003 


372.1 


124.6 


224 


108 3 




























Central 








Year 








People's 


















America 








and 




Other 


Hong 


Republic 




South 








South 




Vene- 


and 




North 


United 


month 


Algeria 


Asia 


Kong 


ol China 


Japan 


Korea 


Taiwan 


Oceania 


Australia 


America 


Brazil 


zuela 


Antilles 


Mexico 


America 


States 


D 


400261 


400204 


400195 


400171 


400165 


400159 


400150 


400141 


400138 


400120 


400105 


400078 


400075 


400027 


400009 


400000 


1982 


500.3 


8.154.4 


265.5 


1.232.1 


4,589.9 


487.7 


3047 


889.3 


697.8 


1 ,822.3 


546.1 


672.7 


1.515.1 


455.9 


57,721.9 


57.685.0 


1983 


449.3 


8,706.2 


229.3 


1 .609 


4,761 8 


564.1 


3459 


610.0 


4687 


1.488 8 


6253 


309.6 


1.445.5 


382.4 


66.360.8 


66,332.5 


1982 A 


70 


6869 


18.5 


144.1 


353.1 


27.5 


20.7 


59.8 


48.2 


165.7 


61.4 


63.8 


102.3 


33.2 


4,510.1 


4,506.9 


S 


41 3 


8290 


42.8 


1366 


450.4 


496 


27.5 


68.1 


47.7 


194 9 


73.4 


71.2 


127.3 


31.7 


5.150.0 


5,148.0 





46.9 


618.2 


27.1 


112.1 


311.0 


40.1 


284 


64.4 


506 


141.5 


52.2 


36.2 


85.1 


18.2 


4.659.6 


4,655.0 


N 


53.4 


609.8 


18.1 


81.3 


331.2 


46.7 


34.0 


46.8 


37.1 


168.5 


59.1 


48.2 


121.5 


31.6 


4.872.3 


4.868.9 


D 


335 


6399 


19 1 


93.6 


356.5 


39.5 


25.6 


58.7 


49.1 


101.3 


15.4 


33.5 


156.6 


608 


4,714.4 


4.711.8 


1983 J 


18.6 


557.0 


16.8 


117.9 


293.6 


373 


28.3 


38.0 


31.1 


68.0 


10.5 


29.9 


113.7 


33.9 


4,803.8 


4.799.9 


F 


29.2 


641 


12.7 


116.8 


355.8 


46.0 


12.2 


47.9 


33.0 


75.7 


22.7 


30.1 


107.4 


23.6 


5,163.0 


5,162.1 


M 


25.2 


638.2 


14.0 


123.0 


342.8 


30.9 


36.2 


44.9 


36.1 


124 2 


468 


34.9 


125.2 


31.8 


5,536.5 


5,533.9 


A 


26.0 


787.1 


16.7 


147.3 


4288 


57.7 


299 


53.5 


46.3 


116.4 


45.8 


23.0 


125.9 


36.4 


5.348.9 


5,346.8 


M 


43.5 


7933 


26.4 


139.6 


417.8 


56.7 


43.2 


44.3 


29.5 


157.4 


77.3 


31.4 


115.5 


19.8 


5.685.7 


5.684.3 


J 


59.3 


8503 


27.2 


131.2 


507.5 


52.3 


25.0 


61.6 


459 


123.0 


61 1 


23.3 


130.6 


27.7 


5.930.1 


5.926.7 


J 


27.3 


707.0 


16.1 


135.1 


391.7 


36.3 


37.2 


51.9 


39.6 


1352 


660 


27.3 


101.7 


29.4 


4,832.6 


4,830.4 


A 


44.3 


6387 


16.5 


130.3 


367.6 


31.7 


18.6 


49.2 


386 


144.7 


770 


22.7 


149.5 


62.8 


4,904.7 


4,902.7 


S 


40.2 


662 8 


18.6 


148.3 


326.5 


37.3 


21.1 


469 


35.5 


98.9 


44.4 


17.7 


131.5 


38.6 


5,562.1 


5,560.6 


O 


45.4 


775.2 


19.0 


173.1 


410.3 


46.6 


30.0 


58.4 


469 


139.2 


73.6 


23.3 


103.2 


26.1 


6,056.5 


6,054.1 


N 


388 


861 7 


25.8 


137.4 


474.3 


66.4 


23.8 


48.5 


37.4 


151.1 


598 


20.0 


119.4 


22.9 


6.519.8 


6.517.4 


D 


51.5 


7940 


195 


109 2 


445.0 


64.8 


40.3 


648 


48.7 


154.9 


40.4 


26.1 


121.8 


29.3 


6,017.1 


6,013.7 


1984 J 


51.4 


7820 


24.9 


124.2 


425.9 


71 


46.7 


67.7 


499 


91.7 


31.0 


20.7 


89.5 


29.5 


6,520.0 


6,517.9 


F 


380 


660.5 


12.8 


35.3 


401.1 


64.3 


27.2 


67.6 


59.0 


73.3 


17.5 


252 


114.1 


19.6 


6,565.9 


6,563.1 


M 


34.0 


741.2 


17.1 


91.6 


409.6 


46.7 


22.9 


73.7 


51.4 


79.7 


23.7 


21.7 


128.6 


34.4 


7,417.4 


7,415.0 


A 


42.2 


747.9 


12.3 


74.7 


454.3 


43.2 


25.1 


58.2 


47.1 


130.8 


57.6 


19.5 


128.9 


39.0 


7,092.1 


7.089.5 


M 


24.0 


946.0 


23.8 


135.1 


500.8 


863 


36.1 


68.3 


48.7 


128.6 


60.8 


206 


136.1 


23.4 


7.791.7 


7,788.6 


J 


52.8 


873 5 


19.4 


101.0 


531 5 


52.3 


366 


63.4 


526 


181.4 


1043 


22.4 


131.9 


27.6 


7,314.7 


7,311.8 


J 


33.8 


1.025.6 


23.6 


73.6 


651.6 


67.6 


43.6 


72.6 


53.3 


171.5 


85.3 


28.0 


112.5 


28.3 


6,681.8 


6,678.9 



'Includes Belgium. Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy. Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland and United Kingdom 
Sources: Exports by Commodities (65-004), Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



114 



sptember 1984 
—Merchandise trade 


on a 


customs 




















Section 11 — 1 


"able 2.2 


basis 






able 2.2: Imports by country, not seasonally adjusted, customs 


basis (millions of dollars) 






















Belgium 


























:ar 








and 


























d 


All 


Western 


EEC. 


Luxem- 




West 




Nether- 


United 


Ire- 


Den- 


Eastern 




Middle 


Saudi 


Other 


jnth 


countries 


Europe 


(9)' 


bourg 


France 


Germany 


Italy 


lands 


Kingdom 


land 


mark 


Europe 


USSR 


East 


Arabia 


Africa 


D 


421476 


421475 


421472 


421466 


421463 


421460 


421457 


421454 


421448 


421445 


421442 


421403 


421379 


421373 


421334 


421313 


182 


67,855.7 


7.026.3 


5,678.3 


2635 


877.0 


1,383.9 


724.8 


267.3 


1 .903.9 


128.8 


129.0 


2403 


41.8 


966.6 


731.3 


658.7 


183 


75,586.6 


7,526.6 


5,915.3 


296.0 


841 


1,576.6 


798.4 


349.4 


1 ,809.8 


107.3 


136.9 


250.1 


33.3 


864.9 


94.0 


677.7 


182 A 


5,392.4 


497.6 


416.7 


14.8 


73.8 


107.5 


66.2 


19.4 


114.3 


11.6 


9.2 


21.9 


2.0 


101.0 




124.9 


S 


5.501.1 


534.7 


4168 


24.0 


53.9 


97.4 


51.7 


20.1 


148.6 


11.9 


9.3 


12.2 


0.3 


4.1 


01 


29.9 





5,143.7 


525.6 


426.1 


26.5 


62.8 


112.6 


51.4 


21.4 


134.8 


6.7 


9.8 


14.5 


0.2 


25.6 


19.9 


24.4 


N 


5,544.7 


598.6 


487.4 


18.9 


77.2 


105.0 


58.0 


35.2 


170.3 


8.4 


14.4 


18.1 


2.9 


6.2 




56.4 


D 


4,848.8 


465.5 


356.4 


14.7 


61.3 


96.6 


43.6 


25.5 


100.2 


7.6 


69 


14.1 


1.6 


4.1 


0.1 


64.7 


'83 J 


5,295.8 


531.9 


424.5 


17.4 


68.7 


122.1 


51.5 


20.5 


124.4 


10.5 


9.5 


21.5 


0.8 


118.5 


72.8 


118.5 


F 


5,446.1 


458.5 


372.0 


25.1 


57.1 


95.8 


48.1 


19.9 


105.9 


8.4 


11.7 


16.6 


1.6 


8.5 


- 


26.6 


M 


6,169.4 


636.4 


479.2 


23.8 


64.4 


130.9 


63.5 


27.7 


149.6 


7.2 


12.2 


16.3 


4.5 


20.2 


0.1 


42.4 


A 


6,184.3 


587.1 


470.7 


22.1 


66.9 


134.9 


66.9 


32.7 


126.8 


7.9 


12.4 


27.4 


2.1 


7.2 


0.2 


24.0 


M 


6,465.6 


664.2 


517.0 


18.2 


64.9 


124.6 


88.1 


30.8 


170.9 


7.9 


11.4 


19.3 


5.0 


6.5 


0.2 


23.3 


J 


6,433.4 


575.0 


463.7 


19.7 


67.8 


134.5 


62.0 


27.7 


131.5 


7.6 


13.0 


21.2 


5.2 


27.5 


0.1 


39.8 


J 


5,717.1 


610.7 


505.8 


26.3 


69.6 


122.7 


72.2 


24.8 


171.0 


9.4 


9.8 


19.4 


3.4 


23.5 


0.1 


37.1 


1 A 


6,249.5 


790.5 


549.5 


24.3 


90.1 


134.0 


85.6 


29.4 


168.8 


8.6 


8.7 


25.6 


4.0 


71.9 


0.1 


44.4 


S 


6,599.8 


564.2 


444.9 


20.2 


59.1 


119.0 


51.1 


39.0 


137.0 


7.8 


11.8 


32.5 


1.8 


223.5 


20.2 


62.3 





7,323.1 


705.0 


558.1 


34.3 


76.0 


143.4 


61.1 


36.2 


184.8 


9.0 


13.3 


16.3 


1.2 


123.0 


0.2 


1430 


N 


7,362.5 


766.5 


613.2 


33.1 


83.0 


165.3 


72.6 


33.3 


201.4 


12.3 


12.2 


19.6 


3.3 


157.0 




62.7 


D 


6,340.0 


636.6 


516.8 


31.6 


73.5 


149.5 


75.8 


27.4 


137.5 


10.7 


10.9 


14.3 


0.4 


77.4 


0.1 


53.6 


'84 J 


6,908.5 


782.6 


646.7 


24.1 


96.1 


189.9 


74.7 


24.8 


206.1 


14.1 


16.9 


27.4 


2.4 


64.3 


.. 


45.0 


F 


7,454.3 


737.2 


608.3 


32.5 


93.5 


164.8 


74.6 


37.2 


182.1 


9.6 


14.0 


20.6 


2.2 


55.1 


- 


118.8 


M 


8,438.4 


861.8 


723.1 


40.1 


93.6 


195.5 


94.3 


44.6 


228.0 


12.3 


14.8 


21.8 


1.3 


68.0 


0.3 


96.7 


A 


8,024.8 


809.3 


677.6 


36.9 


101.5 


192.6 


91.0 


53.0 


170.7 


17.5 


14.2 


19.3 


0.4 


65.6 




128.1 


M 


8,926.7 


951.9 


763.6 


37.5 


127.4 


208.2 


127.4 


47.8 


179.3 


18.3 


17.6 


25.2 


0.8 


32.4 




61.0 


J 


8,260.7 


777.7 


637.3 


37.4 


92.1 


165.7 


84.3 


34.4 


189.3 


17.5 


16.7 


28.2 


2.4 


6.3 


0.6 


68.4 


J 


7,857.4 


828.4 


666.7 


35.9 


112.3 


154.5 


95.0 


43.2 


194 8 


13.5 


17.6 


27.8 


2.7 


63.8 


02 


85.2 




























Central 








■ar 








People's 


















America 








d 




Other 


Hong 


Republic 




South 








South 




Vene- 


and 




North 


United 


>nth 


Algeria 


Asia 


Kong 


of China 


Japan 


Korea 


Taiwan 


Oceania 


Australia 


America 


Brazil 


zuela 


Antilles 


Mexico 


America 


States 


D 


421271 


421214 


421205 


421181 


421175 


421169 


421160 


421151 


421148 


421130 


421115 


421088 


421085 


421037 


421019 


421010 


•82 


259.6 


6,181.5 


668.8 


203.7 


3,526.8 


586.4 


661.3 


592.0 


443.6 


2.694.0 


482.5 


1,805.0 


1 ,627.0 


998.3 


47.869.3 


47.865.9 


■83 


150.1 


7,827.9 


820.3 


245.8 


4.409.4 


791.4 


925.5 


521.2 


357.5 


2,0470 


500.0 


1.004.5 


1 ,765.0 


1.079.2 


54.106.2 


54,103.3 


'■82 A 


78.3 


561.1 


77.3 


14.5 


314.0 


51.5 


59.4 


54.4 


38.0 


208.2 


56.0 


119.7 


107.0 


54.1 


3,716.5 


3.715.8 


S 


0.5 


527.7 


65.1 


14.3 


318.1 


42.8 


49.6 


39.8 


28.2 


259.7 


34.0 


182.3 


128.2 


89.7 


3,964.7 


3.963.4 





1.1 


492.9 


62.3 


12.1 


301.3 


36.8 


44.0 


52.9 


40.4 


168.2 


30.7 


112.5 


104.9 


61.6 


3,734.8 


3.734.7 


N 


20.7 


483.0 


59.9 


12.2 


274.9 


38.3 


55.2 


51.6 


43.6 


213.2 


25.9 


151.3 


185.8 


129.2 


3,931.8 


3.931.5 


D 


40.6 


409.8 


48.3 


14.1 


220.0 


45.0 


48.2 


36.4 


23.6 


210.1 


33.5 


149.9 


141.0 


101.7 


3.503.1 


3,503.0 


'83 J 


6.9 


553.1 


60.0 


18.9 


303.9 


57.4 


71.0 


32.4 


19.3 


224.9 


27.1 


166.4 


84.0 


41.5 


3.611.0 


3,610.8 


F 


20.3 


547.9 


62.1 


22.6 


300.2 


55.3 


69.3 


45.8 


37.0 


163.6 


35.2 


95.9 


129.4 


74.3 


4.049.1 


4,048.4 


M 


20.5 


598.1 


53.8 


15.3 


358.9 


55.6 


70.0 


38.6 


22.1 


268.3 


35.2 


180.9 


127.3 


78.7 


4,421.8 


4,421.6 


A 


-- 


589.3 


50.1 


16.0 


349.7 


48.9 


70.6 


53.4 


37.2 


183.0 


41.3 


100.1 


144.0 


85.1 


4.568.8 


4,567.8 


M 


0.1 


589.4 


57.8 


18.4 


334.5 


58.3 


71.8 


40.6 


20.2 


107.9 


39.9 


15.2 


137.1 


85.5 


4.877.2 


4,877.1 


J 


17.2 


619.9 


66.7 


26.1 


329.7 


67.9 


75.5 


45.0 


21.5 


110.3 


37.0 


34.5 


115.9 


72.6 


4.878.7 


4.878.7 


J 


0.1 


610.4 


74.8 


24.4 


311.9 


65.8 


79.6 


35.7 


23.9 


169.6 


39.1 


93.7 


132.6 


87.3 


4,078.2 


4.078.1 


A 


0.3 


728.1 


90.0 


25.1 


375.2 


89.7 


92.2 


41.6 


24.4 


136.1 


55.4 


34.4 


174.3 


116.7 


4,236.9 


4,236.7 


S 


10.3 


765.1 


86.9 


23.5 


413.2 


92.5 


92.5 


50.8 


36.8 


162.7 


54.4 


64.2 


150.1 


90.8 


4,588.4 


4,588.2 





51.4 


810.3 


77.6 


17.8 


523.4 


56.4 


75.7 


30.8 


22.4 


225.7 


54.6 


87.7 


205.6 


129.7 


5,063.4 


5,063.3 


N 


20.8 


785.8 


82.2 


21.1 


462.4 


61.8 


87.1 


45.3 


38.1 


149.7 


40.2 


55.6 


154.2 


58.3 


5,221.7 


5,221.7 


D 


2.3 


630.3 


58.5 


16.5 


346.4 


81.9 


70.2 


61.0 


54.6 


145.4 


40.6 


75.9 


210.5 


158.7 


4,511.0 


4.510.9 


j«4 J 


0.1 


743.8 


71.7 


18.2 


389.1 


97.2 


95.8 


48.7 


40.5 


139.5 


49.2 


53.5 


165.3 


92.0 


4,891.9 


4,891.8 


F 


-- 


735.0 


73.7 


32.9 


382.8 


80.7 


101.5 


34.0 


26.3 


211.9 


39.0 


123.7 


172.6 


95.4 


5,369.0 


5,368.9 


M 


41.7 


848.5 


66.5 


32.8 


481.2 


89.5 


93.5 


29.4 


18.1 


237.8 


40.6 


139.9 


216.8 


155.9 


6,057.6 


6,057.6 


A 


26.2 


708.3 


57.8 


24.4 


397.0 


77.3 


85.5 


23.0 


15.4 


159.7 


48.5 


44.6 


128.8 


84.2 


5.982.8 


5.982.4 


M 


24.6 


857.3 


68.8 


24.2 


480.8 


96.2 


101.9 


38.1 


25.3 


214.6 


69.6 


78.6 


175.8 


100.8 


6,570.4 


6,570.3 


J 


44.8 


859.7 


79.4 


30.0 


474.9 


98.1 


110.1 


57.4 


44.0 


218.0 


66.3 


102.7 


203.3 


139.8 


6,041.7 


6,041.5 


' 


49.1 


873.5 


93.4 


26.3 


456.9 


109.4 


115.6 


39.1 


22.9 


247.3 


62.6 


153.7 


211.1 


139.2 


5,481.2 


5.480.9 


[eludes 


Belgium. Luxembourg, France, Germany, Italy 


Netherlands, Denmark 


, Ireland and United 


Kingdom. 
















lurces: 


Imports by Commodities (65-007), Summary of External Trade (65-001), 


Statistics Canada. 
















































115 



Section 11— Table 2.3 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.3: Total exports by commodity grouping, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars) 



September 1984 





















Food 


feed, beverages and tobacco 
















Meat 




Shell- 










Other 








Year 










Live 




and 


Fish, 


fish. 








cereals 




Fodder 




and 


Total 


Re- 




animals 




meat 


fresh or 


preserved 




Whee 




and 


Other 


and 




month 


exports 


exports 


Total 




total 


Total 


preps 


frozen 


fish 


Wheat 




flour 




preps 


foods 


feed 


Whisky 


D 


402173 


402170 


402167 


402164 


402161 


402158 


402149 


402140 


402128 


402125 


402122 


402107 


402092 


402080 


1982 


84,530.3 


2.705.4 


81.824.8 




325.3 


9,896.4 


779.3 


8448 


738.3 


4.288.9 




75.3 


1,347.3 


626.7 


259.7 


337.2 


1983 


90.963.9 


2.457.7 


88.5062 




3398 10,073.9 


7009 


762.1 


784.1 


4,6477 




807 


1,262.1 


641.5 


298.1 


340.6 


1982 A 


6.486 .1 


211.5 


6,274.6 




25.3 


808.3 


70.7 


120.6 


67.8 


351.8 




4.7 




81.2 


37.2 


18.8 


27.2 


S 


7.567.0 


2809 


7,286.1 




24.9 


940.3 


693 


128.1 


59.4 


4355 




9.0 




96.1 


52.4 


17.2 


37.2 





6.6707 


193.6 


6.477 1 




29.0 


8830 


69.9 


100.7 


67.1 


368.4 




3.1 




101.0 


62.5 


22.7 


44.9 


N 


6.997.3 


264.4 


6,7329 




35.5 


970.4 


61.1 


72.6 


73.0 


396.2 




11.4 




137.4 


64.3 


27.4 


46.0 


D 


6.9082 


207.2 


6,701.0 




33.3 


785.1 


42.5 


55.9 


52.8 


359.8 




4.6 




91.9 


57.5 


27.6 


25.1 


1983 J 


6.4036 


186.1 


6.217.5 




33.1 


575.1 


62.6 


48.3 


42.3 


210.9 




12.3 




77.5 


48.1 


17.8 


22.4 


F 


6.822.4 


214.3 


6.608.2 




32.5 


610.4 


69.7 


56.1 


35.6 


228.1 




12.4 




57.0 


45.4 


19.9 


19.0 


M 


7.448.4 


212.1 


7,236.3 




34.1 


735.9 


806 


62.0 


51.3 


301.2 




8.2 




73.8 


52.6 


27.1 


22.3 


A 


7,383.4 


2034 


7,180.1 




338 


753.1 


65.8 


50.7 


54.7 


379.2 




3.7 




73.0 


48.9 


21.6 


22.1 


M 


7,990.6 


210.4 


7,780.2 




35.6 


1,059.1 


64.2 


62.5 


94.3 


559.0 




5.1 




120.8 


47.0 


23.4 


26.9 


J 


8,2908 


240.5 


8.050.3 




32.0 


979.7 


56.9 


67.0 


139.3 


459.7 




3.5 




108.5 


47.1 


20.3 


31.6 


J 


6,718.9 


172.4 


6,546.5 




22.8 


887 6 


57.6 


67.0 


82.1 


451.7 




0.3 




109.2 


38.0 


21.6 


17.4 


A 


6,9946 


178.7 


6,815.8 




23.3 


971.2 


67.8 


80.5 


63.6 


497.7 




6.8 




107.8 


44.2 


23.7 


32.7 


S 


7,649.3 


201.9 


7,447.5 




26.4 


904.3 


48.6 


79.0 


52.5 


420.0 




14.2 




130.7 


56.7 


25.5 


33.9 


o 


8.2628 


193.8 


8.069.0 




22.5 


980.2 


44.7 


76.7 


58.3 


466.1 




6.0 




150.2 


65.9 


27.8 


41.9 


N 


8,772.2 


2283 


8,5438 




23.0 


857.7 


44.2 


58.7 


50.0 


359.2 




7.6 




129.6 


84.6 


36.0 


43.3 


D 


8,226.9 


215.8 


8,011.1 




20.7 


759.7 


38.3 


53.6 


60.2 


314.9 




0.5 




124.1 


62.9 


33.4 


27.0 


1984 J 


8.428.3 


190.5 


8,237.8 




28.3 


630.0 


63.7 


44.4 


44.0 


226.4 




3.9 




87.3 


63.9 


33.3 


26.4 


F 


8,412.2 


220.4 


8,191.8 




30.9 


577.1 


62.5 


55.1 


42.5 


169.3 




9.9 




74.9 


63.6 


33.3 


25.4 


M 


9.381.3 


239.1 


9.142.1 




35.4 


650.0 


72.0 


62.5 


41.7 


232.0 




7.9 




66.2 


57.4 


24.7 


28.5 


A 


9,112.1 


224.4 


8,8878 




41.3 


7094 


66.4 


55.1 


39.7 


272.0 




6.5 




88.4 


62.5 


33.5 


23.5 


M 


10.428.3 


250.0 


10,178.3 




40.6 


1 .076.4 


67.2 


62.9 


76.6 


520.4 




28.2 




141.7 


66.3 


28.1 


31.9 


J 


9,948.2 


262.1 


9,686.1 




48.9 


1 .078.6 


56.9 


65.0 


93.0 


601.1 




5.0 




95.8 


57.4 


20.9 


29.0 


J 


9.363.0 


248.4 


9,114.6 




57.3 


1,137.7 


59.6 


76.1 


117.0 


639.6 




3.4 




76.0 


60.5 


23.4 


17.1 














Crude 


materials, inedible 


















































Other fabricate 
materials, inedi 


id 






Hides. 


Crude 




Ores, concentrates 


& scrap 










As- 


Non- 


lie 


Year 










Other 






Veneer 


and 




skins 


Oil- 


wood 








Radio- 


non- 


Crude 


Natural 


bestos. 


metal 






and 


month 


Total and furs 


seeds 


mats 


Iron 


Copper 


Nickel 


active 


ferrous petroleum 


gas 


unmfrd 


minerals 


Total 


Lumber 


plywood 


D 


402065 


402062 402053 402041 


402029 


402020 


402017 


402014 


40201 1 


401993 


t0 1990 


401987 


401984 


401954 


401951 


401942 


1982 


14.783.0 


251.7 


648.0 225.6 


1,103.7 


397.1 


298.6 


358.6 


1.034.0 


2,728.5 4,754.7 


482.6 


2,178.8 


27,865.1 


2,912.7 


214.8 


1983 


14.392.8 


221.5 


688.7 276.2 


1,054.3 


475.5 


336.5 


62.6 


971.3 


3.456.9 3.958.2 


454.9 


2,082.6 


30,011.1 


3,969.1 


257.0 


1982 A 


1,162.1 


11.4 


46.7 


19.3 


114.2 


28.1 


2.6 


18.9 


98.4 


281 


336.6 




359 


149.6 


2.226.9 


233.6 


14.1 


S 


1.267.3 


12.7 


54.7 


226 


77.5 


38.9 


3.0 


121.3 


94.0 


248.5 


328.7 




52.5 


188.7 


2,334.6 


256.7 


13.8 


O 


1,136.0 


11.2 


49.5 


12.9 


85.6 


26.3 


0.7 


57.7 


74.5 


251.6 


328.0 




43.1 


169.3 


2,199.1 


224.7 


12.9 


N 


1,130.5 


11.8 


58.0 


29.3 


28.8 


32.1 


2.3 


30.9 


61.8 


236.6 


4029 




46 8 


161.6 


2,310.1 


246.4 


13.7 


D 


1.310.6 


24.2 


60.3 


24.2 


122.2 


30.9 


16.7 


23.5 


84.8 


257.4 


447.5 




49.7 


137.6 


2,242.1 


246.0 


21.4 


1983 J 


1,249.5 


25.6 


31.9 


16.6 


49.9 


43.3 


1.5 


12.8 


48.8 


268.1 


530.7 




35.1 


156.9 


2,199.2 


280.2 


19.4 


F 


1,319.2 


21.1 


47.9 


34.9 


25.4 


20.0 


13.4 


17.0 


77.5 


314.2 


528.1 




25.3 


160.1 


2,197.2 


319.0 


19.7 


M 


1,152.3 


37.2 


47.2 


21.6 


55.1 


32.3 


13.1 


7.6 


87.8 


207.9 


442.4 




50.7 


103.6 


2,498.7 


307.6 


35.5 


A 


1.253.2 


16.1 


41.1 


223 


105.3 


399 


17.6 


2.4 


65.9 


267.2 


384.9 




37.9 


221.1 


2,410.8 


305.0 


21.5 


M 


1,157.9 


17.9 


48.6 


19.0 


107.5 


49.8 


36.9 


— 


58.2 


240.6 


318.3 




30.9 


200.0 


2,572.1 


357.1 


27.7 


J 


1,217.1 


14.7 


58.1 


18.1 


106.8 


44.4 


57.9 


1.5 


96.1 


276.5 


259.9 




45.7 


213.2 


2,692.0 


409.6 


18.9 


J 


976.9 


15.1 


60.2 


14.2 


93.4 


48.0 


0.9 


1.5 


44.5 


308.4 


220.7 




30.1 


116.9 


2,399.9 


382.1 


18.6 


A 


1,131.7 


13.1 


45.9 


18.0 


131.6 


29.9 


40.9 


15.2 


76.2 


322.9 


224.3 




32.6 


157.3 


2,501.7 


362.0 


13.8 


S 


1,109.7 


8.8 


49.7 


287 


112.7 


36.6 


49.1 


1.5 


118.4 


333.8 


214.8 




39.2 


92.1 


2.563.2 


307.5 


14.7 





1.211.0 


14.9 


61.4 


29.2 


86.2 


38.3 


22.4 


1.5 


131.1 


303.1 


252.4 




36.7 


211.8 


2,740.0 


349.7 


17.3 


N 


1.209.4 


18.2 


77.9 


28.2 


36.7 


47.6 


35.7 


1.5 


822 


299.7 


259.1 




51.4 


238.2 


2.731 .4 


299.8 


22.8 


D 


1.404.9 


18.7 


118.9 


25.5 


143.9 


45.4 


47.2 


— 


84.5 


314.5 


322.6 




39.3 


211.4 


2.504.9 


289.5 


27.0 


1984 J 


1,457 5 


27.7 


51.4 


21.8 


91.3 


44.6 


37.6 


16.2 


62.9 


315.4 


488.9 




38.4 


225.5 


2.816.2 


331.0 


32.9 


F 


1,282 5 


31.8 


131.4 


22.5 


18.3 


46.8 


55.5 


2.6 


71.1 


283.2 


3360 




50.3 


197.7 


2,716.6 


338.3 


30.8 


M 


1.397.7 


408 


984 


28.9 


96.0 


43.7 


54.3 


3.2 


73.2 


358.9 


341.4 




46.6 


170.6 


3,016.8 


379.0 


25.8 


A 


1.447.4 


25.9 


78.4 


298 


14.8 


37.6 


55.1 


6.7 


67.5 


442.3 


321.5 




45.0 


282.8 


2,869.9 


358.0 


21.4 


M 


1.635.5 


28.5 


102.6 


23.6 


203.0 


53.0 


33.8 


8.2 


114.9 


464.3 


3090 




36.8 


217.7 


3,281.2 


396.9 


22.5 


J 


1.254.5 


22.3 


69.5 


33.1 


35.7 


28.0 


47.2 


7.1 


95.4 


308.6 


272.1 




47.5 


252.2 


3,059.5 


376.9 


19.0 


J 


1,417.7 


19.4 


55.8 


17.5 


214.0 


72.6 


29.6 


12.3 


86.8 


308.5 


272.1 




38.7 


263.3 


2.962.6 


380.0 


22.8 



116 






Jeptember 1984 






















Section 1 1 


—Table 2.3/Concluded 


!— Merchandise trade 


on a customs 


basis 
























able 2.3: Total exports by commodity grouping, 


not seasonally adjusted, 


customs 


basis (millions of dollars)/concluded 




















Fabricated 


materials, 


inedible 




















Other 


Textile 




Ferti- 


Syn- 
thetic- 


Primary 


Steel 


Other 




Non-terrous metals and 


alloys 




End 


I Gar 




News- 


paper 
and 


fabri- 




lizers 


rubber 


iron 


plate 
and 


iron 












products 
inedible. 


Ind 


Wood 


print 


cated 


Chem- 


and 


and 


and 


and 


Alum- 










lonth 


pulp 


paper 


board 


mats 


icals 


mats 


plastics 


steel 


sheet 


steel 


inum 


Copper 


Nickel 


Zinc 


Other 


total 


D 


401933 


401930 


401927 


401915 


401900 


401888 


401885 


401876 


401873 


401870 


401852 


401849 


401846 


401843 


401840 


401789 


;982 


3,221.4 


4,086.2 


922.0 


242.2 


2,094.5 


1 ,022.2 


689.7 


188.8 


739.2 


1,037.3 


1 ,428.4 


540.4 


506.2 


465.9 


1 ,865.8 


28,690.8 


983 


3,057.6 


4,005.1 


1.030.1 


227.2 


2,173.6 


1,160.3 


718.9 


257.4 


450.1 


935.1 


1 ,744.2 


709.9 


4966 


502.6 


1 ,977.3 


33,472.3 


1 982 A 


283.2 


330.1 


81.2 


15.7 


184.3 


67.1 


59.6 


9.0 


82.7 


63.4 


170.4 


16.1 


31.3 


24.4 


107.3 


2.038.1 


S 


236.8 


299.3 


86.1 


21.3 


154.9 


89.8 


55.9 


15.7 


88.3 


73.8 


116.4 


41.4 


21.2 


26.6 


237.0 


2,702.9 





187.0 


316.4 


82.0 


18.7 


183.0 


69.3 


47.9 


22.9 


86.2 


71.1 


132.0 


24.9 


35.8 


43.3 


194.2 


2,210.6 


N 


248.0 


335.6 


79.9 


21.4 


159.3 


54.4 


53.4 


16.5 


72.4 


73.2 


133.6 


55.2 


22.0 


40.5 


127.2 


2,268.9 


D 


228.7 


312.6 


62.0 


16.7 


159.9 


79.2 


63.6 


11.6 


55.3 


57.8 


94.5 


45.4 


31.1 


51.7 


162.8 


2,310.2 


983 J 


204.7 


304.6 


75.6 


15.5 


165.5 


83.7 


53.8 


12.1 


32.1 


62.6 


93.9 


43.1 


27.6 


32.6 


211.7 


2,141.5 


F 


221.4 


278.6 


65.7 


18.8 


173.0 


107.2 


49.6 


12.5 


31.1 


59.5 


119.7 


34.7 


28.2 


32.1 


149.8 


2,435.6 


M 


274.2 


316.8 


87.7 


19.2 


238.8 


100.9 


60.8 


25.1 


36.1 


77.0 


139.9 


54.4 


37.6 


48.0 


154.1 


2,797.0 


A 


213.0 


329.6 


71.0 


18.1 


214.9 


131.5 


50.0 


16.0 


35.1 


75.7 


143.4 


40.7 


36.5 


50.4 


127.2 


2,712.1 


M 


245.2 


352.5 


86.6 


20.7 


192.2 


105.6 


57.4 


18.0 


34.5 


83.0 


178.8 


34.6 


44.9 


41.8 


149.2 


2,935.2 


J 


289.4 


359.0 


89.8 


20.9 


163.3 


59.0 


64.2 


31.8 


40.9 


85.8 


115.6 


101.6 


63.8 


39.2 


187.4 


3,105.1 


J 


245.3 


333.1 


84.9 


18.5 


148.7 


54.2 


60.8 


21.8 


34.4 


68.2 


155.3 


41.4 


20.6 


33.7 


153.1 


2,242.8 


A 


278.8 


347.6 


100.2 


15.9 


150.1 


64.6 


66.2 


18.4 


34.9 


66.9 


146.6 


93.9 


35.3 


44.0 


120.8 


2,169.1 


s 


277.5 


328.6 


98.1 


20.7 


172.9 


119.4 


63.4 


25.4 


43.6 


90.3 


148.7 


76.7 


48.7 


37.0 


152.7 


2,829.4 





273.3 


372.9 


97.0 


18.9 


180.7 


111.9 


64.2 


25.4 


39.5 


88.5 


151.3 


62.5 


45.8 


50.6 


224.0 


3,097.1 


N 


252.8 


354.8 


90.9 


21.5 


180.0 


112.8 


67.9 


22.6 


51.5 


96.7 


187.6 


81.9 


52.2 


46.9 


196.7 


3,706.2 


D 


282.1 


327.0 


82.5 


18.5 


193.5 


109.5 


60.5 


28.4 


36.5 


79.0 


163.5 


44.2 


55.6 


46.3 


150.6 


3,300.9 


,984 J 


295.4 


372.9 


99.1 


20.9 


198.3 


119.3 


62.0 


21.1 


50.0 


98.8 


154.6 


51.4 


38.9 


56.0 


171.7 


3,280.1 


F 


236.5 


305.1 


93.2 


23.0 


203.5 


127.1 


64.7 


11.2 


45.9 


93.6 


170.7 


64.0 


52.5 


56.9 


189.7 


3,553.8 


M 


215.3 


339.0 


93.9 


25.7 


234.4 


140.1 


72.0 


14.4 


57.3 


122.4 


196.1 


85.9 


50.4 


70.5 


269.0 


4,006.4 


A 


248.5 


346.8 


87.0 


23.2 


232.9 


140.9 


72.7 


17.8 


52.0 


120.1 


149.5 


88.6 


57.7 


52.9 


178.5 


3,793.5 


M 


358.4 


445.7 


113.8 


25.2 


208.8 


129 


78.8 


31.2 


61.5 


135.0 


195.7 


65.8 


64.2 


67.2 


208.2 


4,091.9 


J 


382.0 


438.2 


109.1 


26.1 


225.4 


86.3 


82.7 


13.4 


63.3 


117.3 


159.2 


55.2 


40.2 


56.1 


172.3 


4,213.5 


J 


363.0 


442.6 


113.3 


21.8 


224.2 


112.2 


78.8 


17.7 


53.2 


100.5 


151.1 


47.7 


24.7 


43.8 


186.9 


3,510.7 
















End products, inedible 




























Transportation and communications 


equipment 


















Machinery 





























Con- Drilling, 

veying, excavating 

General mats. and 

Total purpose handling mining Farm 



Total 

motor 

Total vehicles 



Road 

motor 

vehicles 



Motor 
vehicle 
engines 



Motor 

vehicle 

parts 



Aircraft 

engines 

and 

Aircraft parts 



Com- 

munic 

and 

related 

equip. 



Other Personal 

equip and 

and h hold 

tools goods 



Misc 

end 

prod. 



401786 401783 401771 401768 401765 401726 401723 401720 401708 401705 401702 401699 401690 401669 401642 401627 



982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



3,136.3 
2,918.8 

197.1 
259.1 
215.7 
236.6 
223.0 

224.3 
172.1 
223.8 
235.2 
231.7 
313.1 
211.3 
208.0 
246.6 
238.5 
287.6 
326.7 

242.0 
237.9 
294.0 
293.7 
303.9 
328.0 
318.8 



715.1 
668.7 

43.5 
72.5 
49.6 
65.7 
61.7 

47.1 
36.5 
43.9 
60.9 
56.2 
52.3 
58.9 
45.1 
64.3 
57.2 
76.8 
69.7 

61.1 
47.3 
60.5 
63.6 
60.4 
56.1 
79.2 



266.7 
400.2 

17.4 
22.9 
29.8 
23.5 
19.8 

38.7 
25.0 
22.9 
28.1 
19.3 
36.1 
29.9 
25.6 
28.9 
34.2 
35.1 
76.3 

29.4 
32.5 
34.4 
46.8 
45.2 
50.4 
42.6 



567.1 
450.7 

29.4 
36.8 
30.6 
37.7 
43.2 

34.6 
20.8 
29.6 
25.5 
27.6 
94.6 
25.0 
34.2 
36.7 
31.2 
41.4 
49.7 

37.6 
25.5 
44.1 
42.0 
41.6 
59.0 
40.3 



651.1 20,869.9 16,518.5 11,666.1 
550.8 25,396.2 21,357.1 14,055.2 



38.9 
45.6 
33.7 
33.9 
29.9 

40.0 
37.5 
50.9 
50.0 
58.3 
45.5 
32.3 
43.6 
42.9 
45.8 
57.0 
46.9 

41.5 
55.6 
67.6 
56.4 
66.9 
60.9 
52.6 



1,491.2 
2,029.2 
1,593.4 
1,606.0 
1,644.2 

1,578.6 
1,914.2 
2,128.5 
2,074.2 
2,273.6 
2,366.9 
1,631.7 
1 ,552.8 
2,124.2 
2,390.5 
2,831.6 
2,529.5 

2,590.0 
2,852.1 
3,136.1 
3,008.1 
3,235.5 
3,308.8 
2,621.4 



1,215.0 
1 ,669.0 
1,250.1 
1,257.1 
1 ,222.0 

1,263.2 
1.602.3 
1.739.7 
1,741.7 
1.951.7 
2,015.9 
1.347.4 
1,291.5 
1,772.8 
2,005.4 
2,433.0 
2,192.6 

2,216.6 
2,513.3 
2,680.2 
2,648.6 
2,738.1 
2,765.2 
2,087.0 



778.6 
1 ,230.4 
918.6 
887.4 
880.2 

858.1 
1,109.1 
1,130.9 
1,201.4 
1 ,360.9 
1,377.7 
886.0 
738.8 
1,096.1 
1,231.3 
1 ,538.3 
1,526.7 

1,389.9 
1 .658.6 
1,747.1 
1,758.5 
1,768.3 
1,855.4 
1,248.2 



926.0 
1,549.3 

107.5 
44.5 
50.3 
57.4 
67.1 

68.1 
119.5 
160.2 
115.3 
125.5 
138.2 

67.2 
123.9 
147.0 
156.4 
173.7 
154.4 

146.7 
165.8 
168.1 
195.3 
195.6 
197.3 
136.3 



3,926.5 
5,752.6 

329.0 
394.0 
281.2 
312.3 
274.6 

337.0 
373.7 
448.7 
425.0 
465.2 
500.0 
394.2 
428.8 
529.8 
617.8 
721.0 
511.5 

680.0 
688.9 
765.0 
694.8 
774.2 
712.5 
702.4 



600.4 
327.4 

10.5 
19.3 
48.7 
18.2 
54.9 

5.5 
30.1 
49.4 
21.2 
24.5 
28.2 
23.5 
12.2 
23.5 
35.7 
39.0 
34.8 

33.5 
13.8 
47.4 
4.9 
34.5 
51.0 
91.4 



1,131.7 
1,192.5 

77.2 
91.5 
94.1 
101.3 
90.3 

97.2 

102.5 

117.0 

100.6 

108.0 

99.9 

85.9 

85.0 

95.1 

121.5 

93.6 

86.2 

107.7 
97.9 
124.7 
106.1 
132.5 
122.0 
130.0 



1 ,398.6 
1,614.7 

103.4 
113.6 
123.3 
119.6 
126.3 

114.3 
117.6 
136.4 
129.6 
127.1 
129.8 
112.5 
113.4 
146.6 
151.0 
184.1 
152.2 

157.1 
155.0 
214.0 
174.7 
206.5 
216.6 
197.4 



2.465.6 
2,761.3 

188.6 
229.9 
202.9 
231.7 
224.5 

167.4 
188.5 
215.9 
203.6 
249.4 
224.6 
219.9 
221.4 
244.7 
246.7 
313.9 
265.1 

228.0 
253.8 
259.4 
265.3 
292.9 
290.1 
306.7 



633.2 
595.3 

56.9 
67.9 
63.9 
59.6 
43.8 

33.3 
35.2 
44.9 
44.0 
48.2 
47.7 
51.7 
52.5 
61.2 
62.2 
64.1 
50.1 

41.4 
46.2 
55.6 
59.8 
67.3 
69.2 
72.0 



1 ,585.8 
1.800.8 

104.2 
116.7 
134.7 
135.0 
174.6 

137.9 
125.6 
183.9 
155.0 
132.4 
152.9 
128.2 
134.3 
152.8 
159.1 
209.0 
129.5 

178.8 
163.8 
261.2 
166.7 
192.3 
217.4 
191.9 



Sources: Exports by Commodities (65-004), Summary of External Trade (65-001), Statistics Canada. 



117 



Section 11— Table 2.4 

2— Merchandise trade on a customs basis 

Table 2.4: Imports by commodity grouping, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis (millions of dollars) 



September 1984 





Imports 
total 


Live 

animals 

total 




Food. feed, beverages and 


tobacco 










Crude materials, inedible 






Meat 

and meat 

Total preps 


Fruits 
Fresh 


Other & 
preps 


Veget- 
ables 
and 
preps 


Raw 

sugar 


Coffee. 

cocoa 

and tea 




Year 
and 
month 


Total 




Oil- 
seeds 


Cotton 


Other 
textile 
fibres 


Iron 

ores and 
cone 


D 


423105 


423102 


423100 423099 


423090 


423075 


423057 


423045 


423042 


422988 


422985 


422976 


422973 


422961 


1962 


67,855.7 


136.1 


4,801.7 


325.9 


708.6 


432.7 


629.7 


253.5 


574.3 


8.690.8 




196.6 


80.4 


149.9 


227.3 


1983 


75.586.6 


132.2 


4,8703 


355.9 


706.4 


411.8 


6522 


2005 


577.2 


7,201.1 




168.9 


108.6 


175.9 


285.2 


1982 A 


5,392.4 




9.5 


411.9 


38.0 


66.9 


40.1 


273 


17.2 


49.8 


752.4 




17.7 


6.7 


12.3 


12.2 


s 


5,501.1 




11.2 


384.3 


28.1 


54.6 


36.4 


25.3 


27.6 


45.6 


684.9 




26.3 


7.3 


13.6 


25.8 





5,143.7 




11.4 


430 8 


260 


70.1 


41.4 


35.2 


11.1 


53.3 


613.7 




12.6 


8.7 


14.1 


22.0 


N 


5,544.7 




15.3 


412.2 


21.5 


54.7 


37.0 


47.9 


21.2 


45.4 


762.6 




16.2 


8.1 


12.9 


22.9 


D 


4.848.8 




13.0 


386.4 


18.2 


55.1 


30.5 


51.4 


27.4 


51.4 


612.3 




15.3 


8.4 


12.8 


20.6 


1983 J 


5.295.8 




106 


347.1 


24 1 


37.7 


33.2 


53.4 


6.9 


57.9 


696.9 




7.3 


9.5 


14.9 


5.7 


F 


5.446.1 




10.9 


333.3 


21.9 


40.1 


33.3 


50.5 


18.2 


43.8 


456.2 




7.5 


10.3 


13.4 


1.3 


M 


6.169.4 




8.8 


380.4 


30.5 


54.2 


31.2 


60.9 


5.3 


55.2 


597.0 




8.3 


11.1 


15.2 


1.7 


A 


6,184.3 




13.3 


389.7 


29.9 


53.7 


32.2 


70.1 


107 


44.8 


508.7 




19.9 


8.9 


15.1 


13.5 


M 


6.465.6 




12 9 


409.3 


32.2 


58.6 


32.4 


75.0 


24.2 


42.3 


406.7 




15.1 


10.3 


16.7 


38.6 


J 


6,4334 




12.2 


445.3 


37.5 


75.4 


33.3 


71.2 


13.2 


43.1 


476.0 




18.1 


8.6 


15.9 


21.8 


J 


5.717.1 




10.7 


408.0 


31.9 


79.3 


35.6 


56.1 


16.8 


35.1 


523.8 




16.5 


4.3 


10.1 


35.6 


A 


6.249.5 




11.7 


439.8 


35.2 


71.4 


33.3 


34.4 


19.8 


51 1 


598.6 




24.7 


8.4 


13.9 


21.8 


S 


6.599.8 




9.4 


4245 


34.7 


61.8 


46.2 


31.0 


15.5 


47.8 


789.1 




8.7 


9.1 


17.4 


26.2 





7,323.1 




7.0 


432.5 


28.2 


70 7 


39.4 


396 


14.0 


46.8 


882.3 




23.4 


9.1 


15.5 


32.8 


N 


7,362.5 




109 


476.6 


26.0 


50.1 


31.3 


55.5 


42.1 


59.3 


679.1 




12.9 


9.8 


15.7 


57.6 


D 


6,3400 




138 


383 8 


23.8 


53.6 


30.4 


54.4 


13.7 


49.8 


586.6 




6.6 


9.1 


12.2 


28.6 


1984 J 


6,908.5 




10.1 


415.7 


31.8 


43.7 


41.2 


70.7 


9.6 


57.3 


562.8 




10.7 


9.7 


14.5 


23.8 


F 


7,454.3 




6.2 


412.5 


27.1 


54.8 


38.9 


67.6 


13.8 


56.7 


582.0 




10.4 


10.8 


14.6 


9.7 


M 


8,438.4 




6.1 


462.1 


40.4 


65.3 


42.9 


78.1 


5.1 


58.3 


777.0 




13.5 


10.8 


17.0 


7.5 


A 


8.024.8 




13.0 


429.0 


31.9 


55.6 


30.7 


72.7 


15.9 


62.0 


659.0 




7.6 


13.0 


13.2 


14.6 


M 


8,926.7 




10 3 


522.1 


37.4 


69.9 


44.4 


85.6 


9.1 


77.1 


653.6 




23.6 


13.0 


15.6 


44.0 


J 


8,260.7 




9.3 


492.6 


32.7 


83.0 


37.9 


73.4 


19.7 


60.3 


712.6 




25.6 


8.2 


11.7 


38.2 


J 


7,857.4 




5.9 


506.2 


43.9 


78.4 


43.4 


65.3 


19.8 


57.2 


811.5 




14.7 


6.1 


12.5 


38 9 




Crude materials. 


ined 












Fabricated materials, inedible 














ble 


Paper 

and 

board 


Yarn, 

thread 

and 

cordage 


Broad 
woven 
fabrics 
cotton 


Broad 
woven 
fabrics 
exc. 
cotton 


Other 
textile 
mats 


Chemicals 


Plas- 
ics & 
Synth, 
ubber 


Fuel oil 


Petrol & 

coal prod 

exc fuel 

oil 


Steel 

plate 

and 

sheet 


Other 


Year 


Aluminum 

ores and 

cone. 


Coal 


Crude 
petroleum Total 


iron & 


and 

month 


Inor- 
ganic Organic r 


steel & 
alloys 


D 


422952 


422949 


422946 422907 


422904 


422901 


422886 


422883 


422868 


422859 422856 422853 


422838 


422835 


422823 


422820 


1982 


385.1 


931.5 


4.979.3 11,794.9 


456.5 


296.2 


116.0 


432.4 


347.8 


369.7 1,019.1 1.037.5 


314.7 


547.4 


404.5 


833.2 


1983 


387 5 


8404 


3.274.0 14,005.7 


588 1 


397.0 


137.6 


514.0 


430.9 


410.9 1,265.8 1.361.4 


405.4 


641.1 


413.8 


761.0 


1982 A 


39 1 


116.2 




4284 892.9 


34.9 


22.3 


8.3 


32.0 


29.8 


29.9 


69.3 


83.4 


21.1 


40.2 


27.2 


54.9 


S 


14.4 


97.2 




348.0 9949 


37.6 


20.4 


7.4 


30.5 


31.3 


35.5 


80.3 


88.9 


26.1 


47.7 


25.4 


56.7 





438 


100.9 




262.5 897.5 


43.0 


21.2 


9.8 


31.3 


28.6 


30.2 


76.0 


846 


14.0 


42.3 


20.2 


42.8 


N 


32.1 


107.0 




413.0 1,054.1 


41.7 


26.0 


10.6 


35.9 


27.9 


28.7 


88.7 


91.6 


37.8 


63.9 


28.3 


59.2 


D 


18.9 


58.0 




347.0 817.3 


38.7 


22.2 


10.4 


35.9 


25.3 


28.8 


90.3 


75.5 


24.6 


32.0 


20.8 


44.7 


1983 J 


18.5 


22.7 




463.5 1.055.4 


42.0 


27.0 


13.1 


38.3 


31.1 


28.6 


103.0 


90.6 


37.5 


36.4 


27.4 


50.3 


F 


25.0 


1.3 




200.3 976.7 


43.7 


27.3 


10.3 


35.0 


30.1 


28.8 


105.4 


93.6 


30.8 


48.9 


24.2 


45.2 


M 


280 


07 




336.0 1,199.9 


47.7 


36.9 


12.8 


41.0 


34.4 


37.7 


146.9 


12.8 


40.2 


35.5 


29.7 


58.3 


A 


34.3 


37.9 




220.9 1,171.7 


45.5 


36.4 


11.9 


42.4 


36.1 


36.3 


98.9 


12.7 


21.1 


61.7 


29.6 


61.1 


M 


28.6 


77.7 




71.4 1.255.3 


47.2 


40.7 


10.5 


44.4 


36.8 


38.3 


109.6 


18.0 


18.0 


45.3 


33.1 


61.8 


J 


26.7 


101.2 




131.0 1,161.5 


51.3 


38.1 


9.6 


43.4 


36.1 


36.2 


98.9 


24 8 


14.8 


37.3 


36.1 


67.9 


J 


43.4 


90.3 




183.6 1,032.1 


40.1 


26.2 


9.1 


36.6 


30.1 


28.8 


73.0 


04.7 


1.7 


48.9 


33.8 


61.2 


A 


23.6 


902 




275.2 1,159.6 


53.5 


30.6 


10.5 


46.4 


41.6 


32.8 


92.9 


19.6 


20.2 


90.9 


40.6 


68.4 


s 


60.2 


112.3 




368.4 1,146 8 


53.0 


34.5 


10.9 


45.7 


37.2 


37.2 


94.8 


25.6 


48.4 


53.8 


34.6 


66.4 





248 


116.4 




500 3 1,313.7 


56.2 


35.7 


12.5 


45.2 


37.3 


38.7 


110.3 


18.2 


41.6 


75.5 


40.7 


70.2 


N 


44.1 


112.7 




270.6 1,351.7 


58.8 


37.0 


13.6 


51.5 


43.4 


38.2 


121.3 


36.0 


62.0 


52.5 


47.7 


82.5 


D 


30.2 


77.0 




252.8 1,181.4 


49.0 


26.7 


12.6 


43.9 


36.7 


29.4 


110.6 


04.6 


69.0 


54.4 


36.4 


67.6 


1984 J 


399 


57.2 




231.2 1.300.3 


54.5 


35.5 


13.9 


53.8 


44.2 


36.7 


141.1 


26.2 


87.9 


48.8 


37.9 


72.2 


F 


12.4 


1.1 




324.6 1,412.3 


56.9 


34.7 


14.1 


47.4 


41.4 


36.2 


134.5 


21.1 


142.2 


31.3 


34.4 


70.8 


M 


41.0 


0.9 




445.0 1,512.0 


68.3 


35.6 


14.0 


52.0 


48 2 


40.3 


132.0 


47.1 


108 


36.9 


42.2 


92.5 


A 


32.5 


98.4 




316.1 1.282.9 


63.4 


35.0 


12.6 


54.9 


39.7 


35.3 


114.0 


30.7 


18.7 


36.0 


40.6 


77.9 


M 


626 


129.9 




149.3 1,660.0 


71.7 


42.2 


14.9 


61.5 


47.9 


47.1 


134.0 


53.4 


65.0 


58.1 


52.4 


97.4 


J 


502 


134.3 




280.2 1,387.1 


63.3 


44.2 


11.8 


50.5 


43.1 


45.4 


109.9 


39.7 


0.6 


74.0 


44.4 


97.0 


J 


34.9 


149.9 




364.1 1,324.3 


60.7 


34.8 


12.2 


45.8 


38.8 


44.3 


102.1 


35.6 


50.2 


72.0 


53.5 


104.3 



118 



iptember 1984 
—Merchandise trade 


on a 




















Section 


11— Table 2.4/C< 


included 


customs 


basis 






ible 2.4: Imports by commodity grouping, not seasonally adjusted, customs basis 


(millions ot dollars)/concluded 


























End products, inedible 


























Machinery 


















Fabricated 
































materials. 


















Mecha- 








Transp 


and 




inedible 


















nical 








communications 
















Drilling. 








power 








equipment 






Metal 










exca- 


Machine 






trans- 






Tractor 






ar 


Non- 


fab. 










vating 


tools 


Other 




mission 






engines 




Motor 


1 


ferrous 


basic 






General 


Mats 


& 


metal 


metal 


Textile 


equip- 






and 




vehic. 


nth 


metals 


prod. 


Total 


Total 


purp. 


handling 


mining 


working 


working 


ind. 


ment 


Farm 


Tractors 


parts 


Total 


& parts 


D 


422802 


422781 


422691 


422688 


422685 


422661 


422643 


422622 


422619 


422607 


422598 


422589 


422574 


422565 


422538 


422535 


32 


1,596.6 


1,163.7 


41,419.0 


7,344.9 


1,425.5 


398.7 


1,130.3 


325.5 


433.7 


152.6 


420.6 


767.8 


643.8 


276.5 


20,058.2 


15.124.3 


33 


2,048.8 


1,169.9 


48,3972 


6,805.7 


1,375.4 


395.9 


1,021.9 


2594 


382.2 


167.2 


396.3 


627.3 


621.7 


2644 


25.834.2 


19,315.0 


32 A 


136.5 


85.2 


3,248.9 


543.5 


124.6 


28.0 


107.5 


21.9 


25.9 


12.0 


29.1 


43.6 


20.9 


23.5 


1,521.1 


1.149.8 


S 


208.7 


80.3 


3,338.2 


530.0 


123.9 


26.7 


71.8 


20.4 


46.2 


9.1 


29.4 


40.6 


43.0 


25.3 


1,669.9 


1.303.1 





159.8 


74.9 


3,101.3 


520.8 


131.1 


25.0 


57.6 


26.7 


27.7 


10.8 


26.1 


41.7 


62.4 


14.9 


1,467 1 


1,044.2 


N 


192.9 


77.7 


3,190.1 


521.8 


110.8 


30.5 


81.4 


22.3 


38.4 


12.5 


26.2 


32.5 


60.6 


14.1 


1 ,469.6 


1,011.0 


D 


105.5 


67.8 


2,920.2 


449.3 


83.6 


29.0 


69.7 


19.8 


28.0 


13.2 


23.3 


36.7 


42.0 


16.5 


1,403.3 


1,015.2 


33 J 


228.2 


79.1 


3,106.2 


514.3 


119.4 


18.8 


98.1 


26.7 


24.5 


16.3 


29.8 


41.1 


33.5 


15.3 


1.476.0 


1,098 2 


F 


120.3 


80.1 


3,597.7 


432.2 


82.6 


24.5 


66.2 


17.3 


25.2 


15.5 


25.2 


39.3 


27.0 


16.9 


2,020.7 


1 .594.3 


M 


167.5 


90.8 


3,899.1 


558.8 


107.4 


29.3 


78.4 


20.9 


33.6 


13.5 


29.4 


59.1 


52.8 


19.9 


2,002.7 


1 ,482.6 


A 


172.6 


92.7 


4,023.3 


550.2 


98.3 


31.5 


596 


18.0 


32.1 


14.7 


30.2 


74.4 


48.4 


18.7 


2,218.2 


1,703.0 


M 


167.8 


160.8 


4,295.4 


605.3 


122.5 


31.6 


87.4 


20.6 


28.0 


16.7 


30.7 


73.4 


61.1 


22.5 


2.451.8 


1,870.7 


J 


169.3 


93.2 


4,252.7 


642.3 


115.4 


37.0 


105.1 


21.3 


408 


15.5 


35.2 


67.6 


666 


24.4 


2.264.8 


1,784.5 


J 


192.7 


80.3 


3,664.6 


571.9 


103.8 


38.9 


80.6 


20.2 


35.8 


13.7 


29.7 


56.8 


60.8 


20.4 


1 ,799.2 


1,329.5 


A 


134.4 


89.4 


3,954.0 


595.5 


113.8 


34.5 


103.0 


268 


42.0 


12.5 


34.9 


50.5 


39.7 


23.5 


1.917.6 


1,270.9 


S 


122.3 


88.6 


4,150.3 


548.8 


109.3 


35.0 


83.5 


22.1 


27.5 


11.4 


36.7 


44.0 


499 


24.1 


2.185.1 


1,504.8 





211.1 


126.5 


4,598.0 


585.7 


135.2 


39.3 


86.1 


21.2 


29.5 


12.5 


37.8 


37.4 


64.8 


26.7 


2,605.6 


1,928.2 


N 


174.5 


100.1 


4,760.5 


645.6 


167.6 


38.7 


90.5 


22.1 


30.4 


12.7 


40.5 


40.9 


66.1 


29.2 


2,6079 


2,006.1 


D 


188.3 


88.3 


4,095.4 


555.2 


100.2 


36.8 


83.3 


22.3 


32.9 


12.3 


36.4 


42.6 


51.1 


22.7 


2.2846 


1,742.2 


34J 


148.7 


101.4 


4,496.4 


619.9 


112.8 


38.7 


89.4 


25.1 


39.0 


21.6 


40.8 


48.6 


57.4 


23.7 


2,418.0 


1.768.4 


F 


205.8 


113.5 


4,928.3 


632.0 


120.5 


40.8 


92.6 


21.2 


35.6 


16.9 


43.5 


56.5 


53.0 


26.9 


2,805.2 


2.240.3 


M 


189.2 


119.1 


5,550.1 


737.2 


123.3 


46.3 


129.8 


30.2 


35.4 


19.8 


47.4 


82.3 


58.9 


31.9 


3,0942 


2.402.3 


A 


155.9 


117.1 


5,507.9 


684.3 


114.2 


45.3 


90.4 


31.9 


40.8 


15.7 


44.0 


82.0 


58.5 


26.0 


3,256.8 


2,587.2 


M 


206.5 


180.1 


5,931.4 


816.5 


130.8 


51.4 


121.7 


33.8 


40.7 


20.0 


509 


94.8 


75.8 


380 


3.313.5 


2.501.2 


J 


205.8 


114.7 


5,545.1 


750.5 


121.1 


49.9 


106.9 


34.6 


38.0 


16.3 


48.9 


84.2 


64.7 


34.8 


3,167.2 


2.425.9 


J 


146.8 


109.5 


5,080.8 


722.7 


139.8 


51.8 


108.5 


32.1 


38.1 


15.6 


42.0 


70.0 


53.9 


28.4 


2,648.8 


2.004.5 


















End products, inedible 




























Other equipment and tools 


















TransD 












Pers 


and 


Miscellaneous end ororiuc 
















Air 


Electric 


Meas. 




h'hold 


goods 










ar 


Road 


Motor 


Motor 


Aircraft 


Com- 




cond. 


light 


control 








Books 


Other 




'1 


motor 


vehic. 


vehic. 


and 


munic. 




and 


and 


and 


Office 




Apparel & 




and 


printed 


Photo 


nth 


vehic. 


engines 


parts 


parts 


& related 


Total 


refrig. 


distrib 


scient 


machines 


Total 


access 


Total 


pamph 


mat 


goods 


D 


422532 


422514 


422505 


422502 


422490 


422460 


422457 


422454 


422436 


422418 


422391 


422388 


422352 


422349 


422346 


422337 


32 


5,423.4 


1 ,757.2 


7,943.7 


1 ,522.9 


2,577.7 


7,116.3 


247.3 


911.1 


1,448.9 


2,866.8 


2,972.4 


1,452.0 


3,927.2 


488.7 


633.8 


880.1 


33 


7,904.4 


2,077.4 


9,333.2 


1,814.5 


3,315.1 


8,005.3 


294.2 


1,138.9 


1,507.0 


3,109.5 


3,421.7 


1,709.7 


4,330.3 


535.5 


678.2 


939.5 


32 A 


358.8 


152.5 


638.6 


102.2 


205.8 


567.5 


16.9 


68.2 


111.1 


244.1 


302.1 


160.7 


314.6 


45.6 


54.1 


65.2 


S 


430.4 


176.5 


696.2 


90.0 


219.1 


559.3 


18.2 


82.9 


112.2 


208.7 


245.2 


104.8 


333.7 


43.2 


58.2 


69.6 


O 


348.7 


126.9 


568.6 


145.3 


226.5 


534.4 


17.2 


66.0 


104.5 


200.4 


235.2 


86.9 


343.8 


41.1 


55.5 


73.2 


N 


407.1 


111.2 


492.7 


148.6 


229.9 


608.0 


17.8 


68.0 


126.6 


251.5 


240.6 


98.8 


350.1 


42.5 


56.2 


74.6 


D 


347.4 


138.5 


529.3 


146.1 


193.1 


559.0 


15.8 


65.9 


121.2 


234.0 


201.4 


93.3 


307.2 


35.6 


47.5 


66.3 


133 J 


372.6 


132.1 


593.5 


99.0 


210.0 


551.8 


20.1 


73.6 


116.1 


210.5 


259.5 


139.6 


304.6 


37.2 


51.7 


60.0 


F 


627.0 


180.7 


786.7 


158.4 


208.4 


544.1 


19.6 


74.7 


118.4 


193.5 


287.9 


162.0 


312.8 


33.1 


48.8 


64.8 


M 


675.1 


139.6 


667.9 


187.8 


258.6 


688.3 


21.0 


90.8 


138.1 


267.5 


284.1 


141.4 


365.2 


42.4 


55.6 


78.4 


A 


737.4 


166.6 


799.0 


187.4 


255.0 


646.5 


24.3 


98.1 


136.3 


233.4 


246.7 


104.0 


361.7 


44.6 


53.3 


83.3 


M 


771.0 


190.3 


909.4 


210.8 


260.9 


641.2 


28.0 


108.3 


124.2 


222.8 


244.5 


111.0 


352.5 


45.6 


53.8 


77.3 


J 


721.2 


178.1 


885.2 


135.4 


258.8 


683.4 


25.2 


111.4 


125.6 


260.2 


280.6 


141.7 


381.6 


47.4 


58.5 


78.7 


J 


542.9 


136.2 


650.4 


85.6 


280.8 


618.3 


29.8 


81.1 


113.8 


244.9 


329.8 


186.3 


345.3 


47.8 


52.8 


73.5 


A 


438.5 


161.9 


670.5 


137.7 


299.8 


684.5 


25.5 


91.6 


122.6 


266.2 


377.3 


207.6 


379.1 


54.5 


61.0 


71.5 


S 


639.5 


189.5 


675.8 


218.2 


319.6 


714.9 


26.3 


98.9 


117.6 


286.4 


312.9 


150.5 


388.6 


46.3 


63.9 


92.3 





834.7 


195.0 


898.5 


92.9 


334.9 


744.1 


25.9 


107.1 


124.2 


305.5 


275.9 


127.8 


386.8 


47.1 


60.4 


87.2 


N 


846.3 


218.1 


941.6 


159.6 


342.8 


802.6 


26.1 


109.4 


138.0 


336.0 


288.5 


125.1 


416.0 


49.3 


65.3 


95.4 


D 


698.2 


189.2 


854.8 


141.8 


285.4 


685.4 


22.3 


94.0 


132.1 


282.6 


234.1 


112.8 


336.1 


40.0 


53.1 


77.1 


34 J 


603.3 


225.3 


939.8 


185.2 


336.7 


785 1 


27.9 


116.2 


143.6 


317.4 


300.9 


161.7 


372.5 


40.5 


65.3 


76.0 


F 


902.5 


247.4 


1 ,090.4 


121.7 


332.2 


771.0 


28.1 


125.9 


136.3 


295.1 


354.1 


211.2 


366.0 


40.8 


56.2 


82.5 


M 


1,010.5 


251.4 


1,140.5 


173.8 


394.1 


914.3 


37.1 


128.0 


172.2 


367.7 


367.1 


210.8 


437.2 


44.0 


68.4 


99.2 


A 


1,060.1 


258.2 


1,269.0 


180.3 


379.4 


862.7 


38.8 


130.3 


141.0 


350.7 


301.7 


152.5 


402.4 


44.6 


57.2 


87.5 


M 


1,057.9 


267.9 


1,175.4 


267.8 


418.2 


963.4 


45.5 


131.5 


161.6 


403.9 


335.5 


163.6 


502.6 


50.0 


73.1 


116.1 


J 


942.4 


270.7 


1,212.8 


258.4 


385.0 


849.4 


37.3 


124.7 


144.9 


346.0 


341.0 


172.8 


437.0 


52.6 


63.1 


89.0 


J 


824.9 


203.2 


976.4 


163.3 


377.5 


850.8 


36.9 


111.6 


149.7 


360.1 


415.1 


237.8 


443.5 


56.3 


66.6 


102.6 


jrces: 


Imports by 


Commodities (65-007), Summary of External Trade (65-001), 


Statistics Canada. 
















































119 



lection 1 2 ■ Transportation 

22 1 . Carloadings of Revenue Freight 

23 2. Operating Statistics of Canadian Railways 

24 3. Operating Statistics of Canadian Pipelines 



121 



Section 12— Table 1 

Table 1 : Carloadings of revenue freight on Canadian railways' (thousand cars) 



September 1984 















Farm products and food 








Mine products 






Total railw 


























revenue 


(reight 


Total 




















Coal. 




loadings (carload 


revenue 
















Other 




sand. 




and non 


carload) 


cars 




Other 


Fresh 


Other 






Iron 


metal 




cement 


Year 


(000 metric tonnes) 


loaded 




grain 


fruits 


agri- 


Animals 


Prepared 


ore and 


ores and 




and other 


and 






(carload 




and grain 
products 


and vege- 
tables 


culture 


and their 


food 


concen- 


concen- 




mine 


month 


Unad| 


S.A. 


only) 


Wheat 


products 


products 


products 


trates 


trates 


Potash 


products 


D 


5324 


5325 


5300 


5301 


5302 


5303 


5304 


5305 


5306 


5307 


5308 


5309 


5310 


1982 


199.721 




3,093.8 


340.2 


180.2 


3.4 


19.7 


10.1 


34.0 


373.8 


117.5 


85.5 


503.5 


1983 


207.093 




3.2099 


347.1 


188 8 


3.1 


20.6 


86 


32.5 


3199 


113.9 


101.5 


526.1 


1982 A 


14,197 


14,107 


229.0 


35.5 


13.1 





1.1 


05 


2.7 


97 


6.8 


7.5 


41.2 


S 


15.244 


15,109 


241 6 


33.7 


15.5 


— 


1.4 


0.6 


30 


20.6 


68 


5.6 


408 





16,716 


15,756 


2578 


28.4 


15.1 


0.2 


1.8 


1.1 


28 


37.2 


7.6 


5.6 


39.9 


N 


15.361 


15,160 


243 1 


26.0 


17.3 


0.4 


1.8 


1.7 


29 


21 4 


7.3 


7.2 


40 7 


D 


13.895 


15,813 


215.9 


29.5 


12.4 


0.5 


1.7 


06 


25 


16.9 


6.3 


7.6 


36.9 


1983 J 


14.205 


16.200 


221.5 


23 .1 


12.0 


0.3 


1.9 


08 


27 


19 1 


5.6 


6.4 


36.2 


F 


14.046 


15.666 


223.7 


191 


11.6 


03 


1.6 


08 


2.6 


25.4 


6.0 


5.7 


31.5 


M 


17.222 


16,351 


270 1 


25.3 


13.0 


0.5 


2.1 


09 


3.0 


30.9 


6.2 


11.5 


38.2 


A 


16,358 


16.117 


255.4 


23.4 


12.2 


0.6 


1.8 


0.7 


2.8 


28.4 


8.5 


9.2 


38.2 


M 


18,263 


16.615 


281 4 


348 


14.9 


02 


1.5 


0.5 


2.8 


31.4 


12.3 


6.9 


44.3 


J 


18,542 


16.710 


2879 


38.5 


17.0 


— 


1.6 


0.5 


28 


27.2 


11.6 


6.4 


48.2 


J 


14.961 


15,396 


238.5 


36.9 


16.2 


— 


12 


0.4 


2.6 


8.4 


7.7 


6.4 


39.5 


A 


17.977 


17,819 


278.7 


32.6 


21.2 


— 


1.2 


04 


2.8 


21.2 


11.7 


90 


48.0 


S 


19.561 


19,412 


298.1 


29.1 


197 


— 


1.8 


0.5 


2.9 


38.2 


12.0 


10.1 


49.7 





20.352 


19,250 


3097 


29.1 


20.4 


02 


2.1 


1.2 


2.5 


41.0 


11.4 


10.2 


52.0 


N 


19.010 


18,758 


2925 


296 


179 


05 


1.9 


1.3 


26 


25.4 


11.1 


9.6 


55.3 


D 


16.596 


18,913 


252.4 


25.6 


127 


05 


1.9 


06 


2.4 


23.3 


9.8 


10.1 


45.0 


1984 J 


17.641 


19,689 


278.0 


16.0 


15.4 


0.3 


2.2 


0.6 


2.5 


29.1 


11.3 


10.5 


47.8 


F 


17,885 


19,261 


277.5 


15.3 


15.5 


03 


2.1 


06 


2.6 


309 


11.7 


10.5 


50.8 


M 


18.911 


18,191 


2938 


16.4 


14.2 


04 


2.3 


0.7 


2.4 


35.3 


10.7 


11.9 


52.2 


A 


19,814 


19.621 


2999 


24.0 


13.2 


0.3 


2.0 


0.6 


24 


34.9 


13.7 


10.5 


56.3 


M 


22,499 


20.163 


3373 


388 


14.5 


0.1 


19 


05 


2.7 


33.7 


15.4 


10.2 


61.6 


J 


20,566 


18,645 


314.7 


42.4 


10.8 


— 


1.6 


05 


24 


31.9 


14.5 


6.6 


58.7 


J 


20,054 


20.364 


3048 


44.7 


107 




1.3 


0.5 


2.5 


24.4 


9.3 


8.1 


63.2 














Manufactures and miscellaneous 




Non 




























carloads 














Iron 


Other 


Motor 








Other 


(small 








Forest products 




and steel. 


metals. 


vehicles 








manu- 


package 














primary 
and 


primary 
and 


and parts 








factures 


freight) 

cooo 


Receipts 


Piggyback 
traffic 


Year 


Lumber 




Other 


(incl. 


Refined 






and 


from 


and 


and 




forest 


manu- 


manu- 


agri- 


petroleum 


Chemicals 


Paper and 


miscel- 


metric 


U.S. con- 


(incl. in 


month 


plywood 


Pulpwood 


products 


factured 


factured 


cultural) 


products 


and acids 


paper board 


laneous 


tonnes) 


nections 


loadings) 


D 


5311 


5312 


5313 


5314 


5315 


5316 


5317 


5318 


5319 


5320 


5321 


5322 


5323 


1982 


142.9 


180.8 


28.4 


49.4 


24.2 


95.3 


139.7 


81.8 


112.2 


571.2 


412 


286.4 


298.1 


1983 


187.5 


195.0 


25.3 


49.9 


28.2 


105.4 


124.8 


94.8 


106 9 


630.0 


401 


291.5 


334.8 


1982 A 


11.6 


15.2 


23 


3.6 


1.7 


73 


11.1 


5.8 


89 


43.4 


31 


22.1 


22.1 


S 


11.2 


14.9 


1.9 


39 


2.2 


7.3 


10.8 


6.1 


8.5 


46.8 


36 


20.5 


24.4 





12.9 


15.2 


1.8 


2.7 


22 


6.5 


11.5 


6.2 


9.1 


50.0 


40 


22.1 


26.8 


N 


13.0 


14.4 


1.8 


28 


2.1 


6.7 


119 


64 


87 


486 


37 


20.1 


25.7 


D 


11.6 


10.3 


1.8 


1.9 


1.7 


57 


11.4 


5.9 


84 


42.3 


29 


18.7 


23.4 


1983 J 


15.1 


14.8 


20 


2.7 


21 


66 


10.4 


6.7 


8.3 


447 


28 


20.3 


22.4 


F 


14.8 


14.9 


2.5 


3.7 


2.2 


7.9 


10.3 


7.2 


8.5 


47.1 


32 


21.8 


24.0 


M 


16.3 


17.4 


25 


43 


29 


10.3 


10.5 


86 


96 


56.1 


36 


24.1 


29.5 


A 


16.8 


16.9 


1.9 


43 


2.5 


9.3 


9.3 


76 


8.9 


52.1 


34 


24.7 


28.2 


M 


16.5 


15.0 


2.2 


4.5 


2.5 


10.5 


9.9 


8.5 


8.6 


53.6 


35 


26.6 


27.8 


J 


167 


17.1 


2.5 


4.4 


22 


10.0 


10.7 


7.7 


8.6 


54.2 


37 


26.1 


28.7 


J 


16.2 


14.5 


1.5 


3.8 


20 


7.1 


10.4 


64 


79 


49.4 


34 


209 


26.8 


A 


15.8 


18.8 


23 


3.4 


2.1 


7.1 


10.8 


74 


92 


53.7 


41 


23.8 


29.0 


S 


14.8 


181 


1.9 


4.7 


24 


8.9 


10.7 


7.6 


8.4 


566 


33 


26.6 


30.5 





16.6 


178 


1.8 


48 


2.4 


10.1 


10.8 


7.7 


9.3 


58.3 


36 


27.9 


31.5 


N 


14.6 


16.7 


2.3 


49 


23 


9.7 


10.4 


98 


9.7 


569 


29 


26.0 


298 


D 


133 


13.0 


19 


4.4 


26 


79 


10.6 


9.6 


99 


47.3 


26 


22.7 


26.6 


1984 J 


153 


16.5 


2.1 


58 


3.2 


89 


11.4 


11.0 


10.6 


57.5 


3 


23.6 


30.6 


F 


16.0 


11.0 


22 


4.9 


3.3 


9.8 


10.4 


10.8 


107 


58.1 


2 


25.2 


32.7 


M 


16.9 


112 


2.1 


5.5 


3.5 


11.5 


10.6 


1 1.0 


10.7 


64.3 


3 


28.7 


36.7 


A 


16.2 


14.4 


20 


5.5 


29 


10.6 


94 


9.3 


10.2 


61.5 


3 


28.1 


33.5 


M 


15.9 


19.5 


2.3 


60 


32 


11.4 


10.1 


99 


11.9 


67.7 


3 


288 


37.1 


J 


16.0 


17.5 


2.1 


5.4 


2.5 


107 


9.2 


84 


10.2 


63.2 


3 


27.4 


35.1 


J 


15.1 


16.2 


23 


5.0 


23 


8.5 


99 


86 


10.7 


61.5 


5 


23.1 


34.5 



'Commencing January 1981. only 22 class 1 and 2 carriers operated in Canada These Statistics represent 99 per cent of railway traffic in Canada 
Source: Railway Carloadings (52-001), monthly, Statistics Canada. 



122 



September 1984 

"able 2: Operating statistics of Canadian railways 1 



Section 12— Table 2 



ear 
nd 
lonlh 



Railway operating revenues 



Total 



Freight 



Passenger 



Railway 
operating 
expenses 



Railway 
operating 



Million dollars 



Revenue 

Freight 

tonne- km 



Millions 



Revenue 
passenger- 
kilometres 



4014 



4015 



4016 



4017 



982 
1 983 



6,012.0 
6,791.2 



4,378.0 
5,125.0 



164.3 
172.8 



5,986.7 
6,356.0 



449.5 
4444 



203,738 
220.053 



2,262 
2,179 



982 A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

384 J 

F 
M 



528.8 
519.9 
534.9 
474.9 
4673 
502.6 
450.7 
516.7 
553.3 

482.5 
479.9 
634.3 
586.9 
510.7 
610.2 
579.4 
556.1 
569.2 
578.2 
557.6 
646.2 

554.9 
569.3 
621.1 



395.9 
388.0 
381.3 
335.1 
334.7 
399.0 
337.2 
355.1 
347.7 

343.7 
351.3 
485.7 
440.8 
398.1 
474.0 
436.5 
396.8 
415.9 
440.9 
425.4 
515.9 

440.5 
460.6 
491.2 



12.3 
13.1 
14.1 
18.7 
20.3 
14.7 
15.9 
11.8 
11.1 

12.2 
10.3 
13.8 
11.6 
12.9 
16.2 
21.7 
20.4 
15.8 
13.8 
10.8 
13.3 

12.8 
11.4 
13.9 



500.3 
492.2 
485.7 
480.3 
442.6 
462.8 
442.5 
490.2 
728.5 

487.1 
472.2 
566.4 
516.2 
506.4 
564.7 
513.9 
532.3 
511.0 
536.1 
530.2 
619.5 

543.5 
536.5 
561.0 



28.6 
27.7 
49.2 

5.4 
24.7 
39.9 

8.2 

26.5 

175.3 

46 
7.6 
67.9 
70.7 
4.3 
45.5 
65.5 
238 
58.3 
42.1 
27.4 
26.7 

11.4 
32.8 
60.1 



17,526 
19,109 
18,791 
17,367 
16.320 
1 5,823 
16.488 
16,737 
15.976 

16,010 
15,320 
17,536 
17,033 
18,887 
19,530 
17,930 
19,341 
19,837 
21.065 
20,450 
17,114 

18,811 
18,837 
19,822 



178 
185 
198 
274 
277 
186 
168 
130 
186 

144 

126 
163 
161 
165 
190 
295 
271 
180 
167 
122 
195 

142 
134 
167 



)ata for 1970 through 1972 refer to class 1 and 2 carriers whose gross annual revenues totalled $500,000 or more Information for the period January 1 973-December 1978 refers to 
lly 6 major railways Commencing January 1979, data for 7 major railways (accounting for 95 per cent or more of the total operating revenues) are shown. 
surce: Railway Operating Statistics (52-003), Statistics Canada. 



123 



Section 12— Table 3 

Table 3: Operating statistics of Canadian pipelines 



September 1984 









Crude oil' 








Products 






Total 


Natural gas 






Operating 


Net receipts 






Net receipts 














revenues 






M 3 - 


Tonne 






M 3 - 


Tonne 


revenue 


M 3 - 




Year 




M 3 


Tonnes 


km 


km 


M> 


Tonnes 


km 


km 




km 


km 


and 


Million 


















Million 






month 


dollars 




Millions 








Millions 






dollars 


Millions 




D 


4071 


4072 


4073 


4074 


4075 


4077 


4078 


4079 


4080 


344726 


4084 


4085 


1982 


407.5 


89.04 


75.14 


97 375 


82 192 


49 04 


36.66 


17 392 


12 987 


5,679.0 


92 381 708 


67 437 


1983 


3985 


9202 


77 68 


1 1 1 730 


94 311 


44.51 


3389 


18644 


14 196 


6,375.6 


85 162 809 


62 169 


1982 J 





7.94 


6.70 


7 508 


6 337 


363 


2.10 


1 403 


813 


2439 


6 667 106 


4 867 


A 


— 


8.56 


7.22 


8 489 


7 165 


3.93 


2.99 


1 454 


1 107 


266.4 


6 714 070 


4 901 


S 


1068 


7.71 


6.51 


7 932 


6 695 


3.42 


2.60 


1 409 


1 073 


3008 


6 584 060 


4 806 





— 


7.95 


671 


7 975 


6 732 


3.55 


2.70 


1 396 


1 063 


4000 


7 027 893 


5 130 


N 


— 


8.20 


6.92 


8 201 


6 922 


3.78 


288 


1 556 


1 185 


544.3 


7 982 262 


5 827 


D 


115.6 


3.86 


3.26 


8 525 


7 196 


8.09 


6.16 


1 627 


1 239 


6555 


8 634 186 


6 303 


1983 J 





7.72 


652 


7 897 


6 666 


394 


3.00 


1 499 


1 141 


7586 


9 265 097 


6 764 


F 


— 


6.92 


5.84 


7 503 


6 333 


366 


2.79 


1 391 


1 059 


716.4 


7 560 602 


5 519 


M 


1024 


7.40 


6.25 


10115 


8 538 


3.73 


2.84 


1 510 


1 150 


6670 


7 385 657 


5 392 


A 


— 


6.44 


5.44 


8 641 


7 294 


328 


2.50 


1 253 


954 


594.4 


6 523 444 


4 762 


M 


— 


6.87 


5.80 


8 260 


6 972 


3.30 


2.51 


1 404 


1 069 


455.8 


5 433 868 


3 967 


J 


91.0 


7.49 


6.32 


9 123 


7 701 


3.31 


2.52 


1 424 


1 084 


333.7 


5 957 791 


4 349 


J 


— 


8.31 


7.01 


9 885 


8344 


3.63 


2.76 


1 433 


1 091 


292.3 


6 130 650 


4 475 


A 


— 


834 


7.04 


9 439 


7 967 


3.66 


2.79 


1 518 


1 156 


292.6 


6 249 623 


4 562 


S 


1008 


8.31 


701 


9 406 


7 940 


388 


2.95 


1 641 


1 250 


345.6 


6 506 489 


4 750 





— 


8.28 


699 


10 370 


8 753 


3.97 


3.02 


1 752 


1 334 


455.8 


7 184 457 


5 245 


N 


— 


7.83 


6.61 


10 303 


8 697 


3.91 


298 


1 806 


1 375 


616.1 


7 962 193 


5 812 


D 


104.3 


8.11 


685 


10 788 


9 106 


4.24 


3.23 


2 013 


1 533 


8473 


9 002 938 


6 572 


1984 J 





7.99 


6.74 


10 255 


8 656 


4.44 


3.38 


1 941 


1 478 


949.9 


10 132 823 


7 397 


F 


— 


7.94 


6.70 


9 582 


8 088 


3.87 


2.95 


1 758 


1 339 


773.5 


8 257 021 


6 028 


M 


107.8 


8.20 


692 


10 541 


8 898 


4.10 


3.12 


1 902 


1 448 


805.9 


8 454 322 


6 172 


A 


— 


7.72 


6.52 


9 8E3 


8 345 


3.79 


2.89 


1 624 


1 237 


606.3 


7 879 831 


5 752 


M 


— 


790 


6.67 


10 874 


9 179 


384 


2.92 


1 683 


1 282 


487.7 


7 575 516 


4 974 


J 


106.8 


7.94 


6.70 


9 632 


8 130 


7.65 


5.83 


1 599 


1 218 









'Includes gathering and trunk lines 3 Received from field and processing plants by transport systems 
Sources: Oil Pipeline Transport (55-001), and Gas Utilities (55-002), Statistics Canada. 



124 



Eictton 13 ■ Finance 



1 . Bank of Canada 

2. Canadian Chartered Banks 

3. Currency Outside Banks and Chartered Bank Deposits 

4. Cheques Cashed in Clearing Centres 

5. Sales of Life Insurance in Canada 

6. Benefit Payments of All Life Insurance Companies 

7. Security Issues and Retirements 

8. Stock Exchange Statistics 

9. Federal Government Budgetary Revenues 
10. Budgetary Expenditures by Principal Classes 



125 



Section 13— Table 1 

Table 1 : Bank of Canada (million dollars) 



September 1984 

















Assets 




















Government ol Canada direct and guaranteed securities 












Net 
























Advances 






amount 












Other 


maturities 










to 
chartered 






of govt 
of Canada 












Over 


Over 










and 


Cheques 


items in 


End ol 




Treasury 


3 years 


3 


years 5 


years to 


Over 








savings 


on other 


process of 


period 




bills 


and under 


to 5 


years 


10 years 


10 years 


Total 




Total 


banks 




banks 


settlement 


B 




202 


204 




205 


206 


207 


203 




201 


210 




214 


215 


1982 




2,426.5 


4.696 9 


2,643.2 


1,117.8 


4,486.8 


12.944.7 




15,371.2 


143.0 




1 ,635.4 


283.8 


1983 




2.762.8 


4.5760 


2,261 6 


2,227.6 


5.198.4 


14.263 7 




17.026.5 


25.0 




2,210.6 


312.6 


1982 A 




3,3287 


4,4604 


2,4592 


767.5 


4,520.0 


12.207 




15,535.7 


22.0 




344.5 


339.9 


S 




2,3062 


4,5228 


2,587.2 


826.4 


4,461 7 


12.398 2 




14,7044 


60.0 




450.4 


228.7 







2,186.5 


4,608.5 


2.556.0 


871.6 


4.485.8 


12.521.8 




14,708.2 


— 




1,646.1 


981.7 


N 




3.0692 


4,684.1 


2,641 9 


986.3 


4,6120 


12.924.3 




15.993.5 


33.0 




520.4 


102.6 


D 




2,4265 


4,696.9 


2,6432 


1,117.8 


4,4868 


12,944 7 




15.371.2 


143.0 




1 ,635.4 


283.8 


1983 J 




3,0667 


4,730.9 


2,640.1 


1.100.5 


4,487.5 


12.958 9 




16,025.6 


3.0 




426.6 


570.6 


F 




2,237.8 


4,609.1 


2,653.2 


1,217.3 


4,5804 


13.060.0 




15.297.7 


1685 




316.6 


6406 


M 




2,2299 


4,375.5 


2,725.2 


1,181.3 


4,585.6 


12,867.6 




15,097.6 


2935 




2,860.9 


93.7 


A 




2,246.9 


4,435.7 


2,795.2 


1,309.4 


4,629.8 


13.170.0 




15,4169 


6.5 




2,196.7 


691.6 


M 




2,717.0 


4,313.2 


2,646 1 


1,563.8 


4,709.7 


13,232.7 




15,949.7 


— 




3650 


504.3 


J 




2,516.0 


4,634.5 


2.385 1 


1 ,677.7 


4.780.9 


13,478.1 




15,994 2 


31.5 




2.415.9 


1.174.3 


J 




2,4068 


4,723.3 


2,333.2 


1,796.8 


4,8244 


13,677.7 




16.084.5 


69.0 




2,431.2 


1.115.3 


A 




2,192.3 


4,725.0 


2,351 3 


1,880.6 


4,873.1 


13,830.0 




16,022.3 


— 




331.9 


438.9 


S 




2,477.0 


4,027 .1 


2,5347 


2,286.9 


5,181.3 


14,029.9 




16.506.9 


138.9 




2,176.5 


379.8 







2.326.7 


4,371.8 


2,249.8 


2,4067 


5,142.3 


14,170.6 




16,497.3 


76.0 




636.8 


1 ,042.5 


N 




2.278.4 


4,7360 


2,196.3 


2,203.8 


5.1844 


14.3204 




16,598 9 


28.6 




298.8 


395.3 


D 




2,7628 


4,576.0 


2,261 6 


2,227.6 


5,198.4 


14,263.7 




17.026.5 


25.0 




2,210.6 


312.6 


1984 J 




2,466.2 


4,691.4 


2,162.0 


2,227.9 


5,181.9 


14.263.3 




16,7295 







283.9 


522.3 


F 




2.112.5 


4,784.2 


1.904 2 


2.3684 


5,224.0 


14,2808 




16.3934 


127.7 




311.3 


465.8 


M 




2,4877 


5,132.3 


1,686.6 


2,3702 


5,225 1 


14,414.1 




16,901.9 


4.1 




2,517.5 


116.1 


A 




2,437.6 


4,767.7 


1 ,805.0 


2,555.4 


5,2080 


14,336.1 




16,773.7 


43.0 




420.0 


9496 


M 




2,0334 


4,778.1 


1 ,839.0 


2.577.9 


5,226.9 


14,421.9 




16,455.3 


77.0 




343.0 


719.2 


J 




2.944.9 


4,437.5 


1,885.6 


3.0088 


5,036.9 


14,368.8 




17,313.7 


— 




2,747.7 


613.3 


J 




2.2220 


5,173.6 


1,425.8 


2.972.2 


4,8988 


14,470.5 




16,692.5 


82.9 




783.5 


657.6 


















Liabilities 






















Canadian dollar deposits 












Assets 






















All other 


liabilities 










Notes in circulation 








Foreign 
central 












Accrued 














Govern- 






Bank of 






interest 






Helc 


by 






ment of 


banks & 




Foreign 


Canada 






on 




Total 








Govern- 


Canada 


official 


currency 


cheques 


All 


End of 


invest- 


All other 


assets or 


Chartered 






ment ol Chartered enter- 


insti- 




liabi- 


out- 


other 


period 


ments 


accounts' 


liabilities 


banks 


Others 


Total 


Canada 


banks prises 


tutions 


Other 


lities 


standing 


accounts 1 


B 


216 


217 


200/250 


252 


253 


251 


254 


255 


256 


257 


258 


259 


260 


261 


1982 


387.6 


97.2 


19,422.9 


2,228 1 


10,490.7 


12.718.8 


81.0 


4,838.4 


0.6 


122.5 


39.5 


80.8 


1,506.2 


35.1 


1983 


431.5 


91 2 


20,680.5 


2,5563 


1 1 .606.8 


14.163.1 


90.4 


3,446.4 


0.7 


111.1 


38.1 


82.9 


2,566.3 


35.1 


1982 A 


3607 


86.5 


17,8977 


1.679.6 


9,830.0 


11.509.6 


15.5 


5.0390 


-0.3 


89.3 


37.0 


5.4 


9497 


252.6 


S 


3993 


86.2 


17,055.2 


1.600.5 


9,8302 


1 1 .430.7 


6.3 


4,467.7 


-0.9 


75.8 


40.3 


12.7 


697.8 


3248 





4067 


90.3 


18,945.1 


1,447.0 


9,9974 


11.444.4 


73.5 


4.6740 


-0.8 


102.7 


49.8 


112.0 


2,234.5 


255.0 


N 


409.4 


90.7 


17,323.7 


1,637.0 


10.029 5 


11,666.5 


32.7 


4,427.6 


-1.5 


69.5 


37.6 


26.5 


837.9 


227.0 


D 


3876 


97.2 


19,422.9 


2,228.1 


10,490.6 


12,718.8 


81.0 


4,838.4 


0.6 


122.5 


39.5 


808 


1.506.2 


35.1 


1983 J 


453.9 


87.4 


17,918.6 


1.652.2 


9,777.7 


1 1 ,429.9 


10.3 


4.732.1 


-0.5 


90.0 


43.3 


90.7 


1.338.5 


184.4 


F 


3852 


866 


18,043.9 


1,598 


9,8284 


1 1 ,426.4 


15.5 


5,166.1 


0.5 


695 


38.5 


83.1 


926.9 


314.3 


M 


412.4 


88.4 


19,118.9 


1,315.7 


10,246.8 


11,562.5 


241.3 


4.517.4 


10 


81.9 


38.4 


103.8 


2,111.7 


452.3 


A 


4095 


886 


19.066.5 


1,358.6 


10,209.3 


11,567.9 


324.2 


4.3202 


0.6 


125 4 


38.4 


88.6 


2,158.8 


438.9 


M 


410.6 


87.5 


17,937.6 


1,788 6 


10,325.4 


12,114.0 


16.6 


4,219.5 


1.0 


89.0 


38.3 


69.5 


955.2 


434.0 


J 


392.7 


87.3 


20,592.6 


1 .438.9 


11,059.0 


12,497.9 


73.7 


4.3068 


0.4 


57.0 


38.3 


77.5 


3,103.9 


423.4 


J 


464.9 


869 


20,709.0 


1,654.5 


1 1 ,070.8 


12,725.3 


116.9 


4,395.6 


0.5 


67.8 


38.2 


47.4 


2.888.3 


428.0 


A 


410.8 


87.1 


18,149.0 


1.923.4 


10,865.7 


12,789.0 


13.6 


4.0326 


0.3 


116.4 


38.2 


35.9 


726.4 


3749 


S 


444.6 


88.5 


20,0024 


1,521.8 


1 1 ,050.9 


12,572.7 


151.5 


3.897.5 


0.6 


111.1 


38.2 


50.5 


2.660.1 


410.2 





453.1 


886 


19,1408 


1.924 8 


10,792 1 


12,716.9 


2628 


3.8936 


0.3 


1135 


38.2 


133.6 


1 .385.8 


521.9 


N 


470.6 


91 1 


18.105.5 


1 ,994.3 


10,950.7 


12,945.0 


327.7 


3.481.7 


04 


152 4 


38.1 


5.8 


722.4 


324.4 


D 


431.5 


91.2 


20,680.5 


2,556.3 


1 1 .606 8 


14.163.1 


90.4 


3.446.4 


0.7 


111.1 


38.1 


82.9 


2,566.3 


35.1 


1984 J 


5104 


90.5 


18,351.9 


1,897 9 


10,752.1 


12,650.0 


774.5 


3,701.8 


0.3 


86.6 


44.5 


1.8 


792.0 


1952 


F 


429.7 


91 6 


18,051 7 


1,957.2 


10,696.8 


12,654.0 


621.9 


3,344.8 


0.2 


139 1 


44.5 


15.9 


779.9 


345.3 


M 


470.7 


92.2 


20,7503 


1.523 9 


1 1 .003.6 


12,527.6 


6738 


3,458.0 


1.6 


248.8 


44.4 


424.7 


2,782.0 


4971 


A 


469.9 


94.1 


19,024 4 


2.025.5 


10.985.7 


13,011 2 


5280 


3,382.2 


04 


1455 


44.3 


52.3 


1 ,336.6 


446.7 


M 


491.4 


94.7 


18.671.4 


1 .869 4 


11,367.1 


13,236.5 


203.8 


3,314.5 


0.3 


142.7 


44.2 


265.3 


1,007.6 


403.5 


J 


424.5 


97.2 


21,457 7 


1.762.0 


11,991 8 


13,753.8 


461.4 


3.3862 


0.2 


147.6 


44.1 


35.1 


3,107.1 


359.9 


J 


518.0 


96.8 


19.4967 






13,870.9 


138.2 


3,2978 


0.3 


114.8 


44 1 


440.6 


1.008.6 


404.6 



'Bank premises and all other assets 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



126 



'Includes the total of capital and rest fund which has amounted to $30 million since December 31, 1955 






September 1984 

'able 2: Canadian chartered banks (million dollars) 



Section 13— Table 2 



Canadian cash reserves and liquid assets' 2 



Total cash reserves 
actual 



1-15 



Canadian 

dollar 

statutory 

deposits 



Average cash 

reserve-ratio (%) 

actually held 



Canadian dollar deposits 



1-15 



16-31 



Government 
of Canada 



Provincial 
govern- 
ments 



Personal 
savings 



Other 
notice 



Other 
banks 3 



Public 
demand 



Total 



806 



822 



823 



652 



653 



654 



655 



656 



651 



982 
983 

982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



6,467 
5,647 

6,910 
6,439 
6,398 
6,420 
6,467 

6.796 
6,932 
6,296 
6,079 
6,141 
6,151 
6,327 
6,211 
5,936 
5,839 
5,772 
5,647 

6,124 
6,089 
5.561 
5.536 
5.539 
5.334 
5,357 



6,498 
5,635 

6,929 
6,420 
6,478 
6,427 
6,498 

6,828 
6,946 
6,272 
6,101 
6,166 
6,158 
6,330 
6,193 
5.934 
5,839 
5,736 
5,635 

6,123 
6,094 
5,533 
5,590 
5,491 
5.365 
5,364 



150,057 
131,933 

151.328 
148,685 
149,888 
149,400 
150,057 

149,814 
150,366 
144,489 
142,461 
141,571 
140.299 
140,964 
139,469 
138,916 
137,601 
136,116 
131,933 

136,691 
136.775 
131.797 
131,379 
131,588 
130,169 
131,718 



4.31 
4.28 

4.57 
4.33 
4.27 
4.30 
4.31 

4.54 
4.61 
4.36 
4.27 
4.34 
4.38 
4.49 
4.45 
4.28 
4.24 
4.24 
4.28 

4.49 
4.45 
4.22 
4.22 
4.21 
4.10 
4.07 



4.34 
4.27 

4.58 
4.32 
4.32 
4.30 
4.34 

4.56 
4.62 
4.34 
4.28 
4.36 
4.39 
4.49 
4.44 
4.27 
4.31 
4.21 
4.27 

4.48 
4.45 
4.20 
4.26 
4.18 
4.12 
4.07 



6.906 
6.057 

2,118 
1,668 
2,823 
7,614 
6,906 

5,315 
4,620 
3,961 
5.169 
6.981 
4.727 
4,633 
3,199 
2.564 
3,399 
7,607 
6,057 

5.271 
5.094 
4.935 
2,645 
2.950 
1.936 



1,028 
1,169 

924 

1,099 

950 

944 

1.028 

993 
1,015 
1.192 
1.031 
1,133 
1.035 
1,047 
1,202 
1.097 
1,055 

960 
1,169 

937 

983 

1,381 

1.068 

975 

954 



100,037 
101,485 

100,106 
100,596 
103,148 
99,596 
100,037 

101,074 
100,872 
101,581 
102.570 
101.278 
102.136 
102.589 
102,838 
103,271 
104,824 
101,113 
101,485 

102,107 
102,064 
103,224 
105,565 
105,816 
106,716 



44,866 
39,304 

47,932 
47,657 
48,119 
45,582 
44,866 

44,224 
44,266 
43.458 
40,737 
39,616 
41,108 
40,056 
39,860 
39.678 
39.725 
38.504 
39,304 

38,530 
37,933 
38,611 
38,039 
38,333 
39.661 



4.060 
5.355 

3,667 
3,646 
3,563 
3,705 
4,060 

3,927 
4,106 
4,447 
4,376 
4,175 
4,462 
4.123 
4.549 
5.092 
4.903 
4.873 
5.355 

5,282 
5,686 
5.452 
5,634 
5,497 
5,456 



17,701 
18,169 

15,389 
15,993 
15,951 
16,537 
17,701 

16,481 
16,513 
16,825 
16,828 
16,851 
18.848 
17.862 
17,279 
17.514 
18.106 
17.500 
18.169 

16.376 
16.407 
16.326 
17.476 
16,537 
17.502 



174.599 
171.538 

170,135 
170,658 
174.554 
173.978 
174,599 

172,014 
171,392 
171,464 
170,711 
170,034 
172,316 
170.310 
168,927 
169.214 
172,013 
170,557 
171,538 

168,502 
168,167 
169,929 
170.426 
170.108 
172,225 



Advances 
from Bank 
of Canada 



Deben- 
tures 

issued 
and out- 
standing 



Share- 
holders 
equity 



Total 
Canadian 
liabilities 



Bank of 

Canada 

deposits 

and notes 



Canadian 

day-to-day 

loans 



Treasury 

bills 

(amortized 

value) 



Government of Canada 

direct and 

guaranteed bonds 5 



3 years 
and under 



Over 
3 years 



658 



661 



663 



650 



603 



606 



607 



610 



2 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

3 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



143 
25 

274 
22 
60 

33 
143 

3 
169 
294 

7 

32 



139 
76 
29 
25 



128 

4 

43 

77 



2,552 
2,529 

2,609 
2,608 
2,557 
2,553 
2.553 
2.552 



12,472 
14,086 

12,415 
12,448 
12,481 
12,274 
12,381 
12,472 



209,658 
208,418 

205,643 
205,286 
207,067 
208,630 
208.370 
209.658 



7,067 
6,003 

6,840 
6,719 
6,068 
6.121 
6.065 
7,067 



2,552 


12,854 


207,723 


6,384 


2.551 


12,947 


207,683 


6,764 


2.546 


12,971 


208,558 


5,833 


2.546 


13,233 


206,425 


5,679 


2,541 


13,278 


205,858 


6,008 


2,542 


13,629 


209,734 


5,746 


2,546 


13,784 


208,41 1 


6,050 


2,544 


13,830 


207,388 


5,956 


2,554 


13,861 


208,128 


5,419 


2,560 


13,810 


209,406 


5.818 


2,560 


13,893 


207,703 


5,476 


2,529 


14,086 


208,418 


6,003 



2,523 
2,495 
2,561 
2,519 
2,564 
2,461 



14,473 
14,816 
14,860 
15,595 
15,712 
15.979 



205.674 
206,077 
208.419 
208,785 
209.607 
212,317 



5.600 
5,302 
4,982 
5,408 
5,184 
5,148 



85 
50 

39 
53 
35 
79 
36 
85 

56 
60 
78 

102 
51 
65 
99 

105 
30 

107 
58 
50 

24 
31 
8 
3 
33 
18 



9,883 
13,147 

7,443 
7,956 
8,805 
9.573 
9.404 
9.883 

9.428 
10.289 
1 1 .223 
1 1 .474 
12.146 
13,358 
14,264 
15,008 
15,047 
14,768 
13,618 
13.147 

12,501 
12.706 
12.381 
11,404 
11.914 
11,840 



535 
1,009 

522 
523 
529 
493 
535 
535 

579 
538 
498 
518 
478 
635 
625 
625 
811 
865 
864 
1,009 

912 

872 

1,033 

1,022 

988 

1,050 



1,132 
1.945 



694 
734 
886 
972 
1,132 

1,119 
1,259 
1,381 
1,402 
1,694 
1,743 
1.775 
1,819 
1,880 
1,869 
1.922 
1,945 

1,792 
1,924 
1.987 
2.032 
2.002 
2.009 



page 128 



127 



Section 13— Table 2/Concluded and Table 3 

Table 2. Canadian chartered banks (million dollars)/concluded 



September 1984 













Assets 
















Loans 


in Canadian currency* 




Mortgages 
insured 


Other 


Canadian 


securities 


Canadian 


Total 
Canadian 




Call and 


Provin- 


Canada 




resi- 


Provin- 




items 


End of 


short 


cial-muni- 


Savings 


General 


under 


dential 


cial-muni- 




in transit 


dollar 


period 


loans 


cipal 7 


Bonds' 


loans 


N.H.A. 


mortgages 


cipal' 


Corporate 


(net) 


assets 


B 


612 


(622-623)' 


625 


627 


620 


621 


(617-618)* 


619 


628 


670 


1982 


2.363 


2.686 


909 


119,262 


11,353 


17,342 


523 


9,460 


856 


212,572 


1983 


1,143 


2.954 


1,087 


1 1 1 ,775 


12.139 


19,821 


1,525 


9,043 


1,724 


211,882 


1982 J 


1.664 


2.011 


190 


123,362 


11.441 


17.448 


323 


9,655 


1,753 


211,335 


A 


1.277 


2,009 


113 


124.247 


11.448 


17,459 


305 


9.631 


1,811 


211,181 


S 


1.484 


2.166 


41 


123.418 


1 1 .307 


17,389 


323 


9.734 


1,376 


21 1 ,802 





2.600 


2,110 


9 


1 23.599 


1 1 .238 


17,363 


441 


9.700 


936 


213,109 


N 


1.704 


2,279 


702 


121,872 


11,363 


17,558 


500 


9.592 


1,706 


212,190 


D 


2.363 


2,685 


909 


119.360 


11,353 


17,609 


523 


9.460 


856 


212,572 


1983 J 


1,890 


2.582 


800 


118,492 


11,361 


17,678 


640 


9.272 


2.136 


211,569 


F 


1,460 


2.506 


698 


118,386 


1 1 ,288 


17,890 


574 


9,328 


1.351 


211,416 


M 


3,180 


2,397 


581 


116,770 


11.400 


18,200 


543 


9,482 


281 


211,942 


A 


2.115 


2,016 


487 


116,039 


11,436 


18,381 


557 


9,167 


1,193 


210,302 


M 


1.084 


1,794 


396 


115,542 


11,501 


18,569 


554 


9,051 


1,249 


209,671 


J 


2.748 


1,632 


293 


114,457 


1 1 ,652 


18,837 


564 


9,265 


2,003 


213,552 


J 


2.346 


1,509 


209 


113.245 


11,716 


19,101 


609 


9,025 


1,242 


212,337 


A 


2,112 


1,514 


116 


112.259 


1 1 ,802 


19.290 


592 


9,043 


936 


212,272 


S 


1,773 


1,402 


51 


1 1 1 .750 


1 1 .907 


19.494 


714 


9,028 


1,396 


211,984 





1,959 


1.490 


14 


112,189 


12.001 


19.592 


912 


8,867 


1,816 


212,646 


N 


1,734 


1.429 


1,172 


1 1 1 .926 


1 2.086 


19,679 


1,083 


8,618 


1,529 


210,975 


D 


1,143 


1.653 


1.087 


111.793 


12,139 


19,821 


1,525 


9,043 


1,724 


211.882 


1984 J 


1,564 


1,522 


965 


1 1 1 .994 


12,204 


19,953 


1,288 


9.009 


1,179 


210,196 


F 


1.603 


1,806 


819 


112,542 


12,309 


20,193 


1,244 


9.072 


-41 


210,628 


M 


1.439 


1,811 


703 


113,769 


12,456 


20,309 


1,230 


9.213 


746 


213,094 


A 


1,191 


1.365 


591 


113,479 


12,625 


20,522 


1,208 


9.147 


2,257 


212,866 


M 


864 


1,385 


458 


113,649 


12,878 


20.656 


1.275 


9.415 


1.672 


213,810 


J 


1,383 


1.416 


365 


115,579 


13,079 


20,991 


1,224 


9,588 


1.486 


217,012 



'Bank of Canada deposits are averages of the juridical days in the month shown while Bank of Canada notes and Canadian dollar deposit liabilities are averages of the 4 consecutive 

Wednesdays ending with the second last Wednesday in the previous month. 2 Daily averages for period. 'Mainly deposits of foreign banks 'Capital, rest fund and undivided profits 

as at the latest fiscal year-end. 'Including issues payable in foreign currency 'Excluding Canadian day-to-day loans 'Securities purchased direct from issuer with a term of less 

than one year at time of issue are classified as loans 'Loans to finance purchase of Canada Savings Bonds at time of issue 'These series reflect the combination of two CANSIM 

series. 

Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



Table 3: Currency outside banks and chartered bank deposits (million dollars) 





















Currency and chartered 




Currency 


outside banks 






Chartered bank deposits 






bank deposits 








Non-personal 








Held by 


End of 




















general 


period 


Notes 


Coin 


Total 


of Canada 


savings 


and notice 


Demand 


Total' 


Total' 


public' 


B 


2002 


2003 


2001 


2005 


2006 


2007 


2028 


2027 


2026 


2029 


1982 


10.265 


1,128 


1 1 ,392 


7,733 


99.287 


48,627 


16,628 


172.276 


183,669 


175,935 


1983 


11,212 


1,189 


12,401 


6,480 


100.646 


43,742 


17,892 


168,760 


181,162 


174,681 


1982 A 


9,749 


1,113 


10.862 


2,856 


99,437 


50,747 


14,465 


167.505 


178.367 


175,511 


S 


9,733 


1,116 


10,849 


1,911 


99,884 


51.669 


14,853 


168,318 


179,167 


177,256 


O 


9,708 


1,117 


10.825 


2.431 


100,293 


51,169 


14.804 


168,698 


179,523 


177,092 


N 


9,846 


1,121 


10.967 


4,737 


99,876 


50,457 


14.366 


169,436 


180,403 


175,666 


D 


10.265 


1,128 


1 1 ,392 


7.733 


99.287 


48,627 


16.628 


172,276 


183,669 


175,935 


1983 J 


9,843 


1,128 


10,971 


5.998 


100,006 


48.368 


15.760 


170,131 


181,102 


175,104 


F 


9.747 


1,126 


10,873 


4,371 


100,650 


47,721 


15.748 


168,491 


179,363 


174,992 


M 


9.794 


1,126 


10,920 


4.249 


100,744 


48,078 


15,856 


168.927 


179,848 


175,599 


A 


9.816 


1,130 


10,945 


4,611 


100,918 


45,721 


16,284 


167,534 


178,479 


173,868 


M 


10.011 


1,135 


11,146 


6,003 


101,336 


44,295 


16.100 


167,734 


178,880 


172.877 


J 


10.367 


1,145 


11,512 


5,725 


101,165 


44,372 


16.952 


168,214 


179,726 


174.001 


J 


10,684 


1.159 


11,842 


4,598 


101,854 


43.961 


17.399 


167,813 


179,655 


175.057 


A 


10,708 


1,170 


1 1 ,877 


3.626 


102,391 


44,131 


1 7.253 


167,401 


179,279 


175,653 


S 


10,679 


1,177 


1 1 .856 


3.031 


102,608 


44,475 


17.263 


167,377 


179,233 


176,203 


O 


10.690 


1,178 


11.868 


2,985 


102,651 


44.236 


16.882 


166.754 


178,622 


1 75,637 


N 


10.792 


1.182 


1 1 .974 


5.684 


101,386 


43,978 


16,631 


167,679 


179,653 


173.969 


D 


11.212 


1,189 


12.401 


6.480 


100,646 


43,742 


17,892 


168,760 


181,162 


174.681 


1984 J 


10,703 


1,188 


1 1 ,891 


5.967 


101,341 


43,134 


16.848 


167,290 


179,181 


173,214 


F 


10.603 


1.183 


11.786 


4.610 


101,851 


43,167 


16.569 


166,197 


177,983 


173,374 


M 


10,576 


1.183 


1 1 ,759 


5.946 


102,130 


43,858 


16.783 


168,717 


180.476 


1 74,530 


A 


10,762 


1,187 


11.950 


3.299 


103,329 


42,423 


16.920 


165.971 


177,920 


174,621 


M 


11,015 


1.193 


12,208 


2.517 


105,073 


43.283 


16.909 


167,781 


179,989 


177,473 


J 


11,200 


1.203 


12.403 


1.391 


105.648 


44.173 


16.974 


168,185 


180,588 


179,198 


J 


1 1 ,460 


1.218 


12.678 


2,160 


106.402 


44,875 


16.696 


170,133 


182,811 


180,650 



'Less Canadian dollar float 'Includes Government of Canada Deposits 
Source: Bank of Canada Review. 



'Excludes Government of Canada Deposits 



128 





ptember 1984 

ble 4: Cheques cashed in clea 






dollars) 












Section 13- 


-Table 4 




ing centres (million 


























By selected cities 




By type of account 




V 




Atlantic 


































prov- 




















Van- 






Personal 




ith 


Canada' 


inces 


Que. 


Ont. 


Man 


Sask. 2 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Montreal 


Toronto 


Winnipeg 


couver 


Current 


Savings 


chequing 




D 


4269 


4270 


4275 


4276 


4278 


4279 


4280 


4281 


4282 


4283 


4284 


4285 


4286 


4287 


4288 




D 


4289 


4367 


4295 


4296 


4298 




4300 


4301 


4302 


4303 


4304 


4305 


4306 


4307 


4308 




!)2 


7,302,395 


120,191 


966,080 


4,784,667 


228.808 


73,523 


641,024 


488,102 


798,760 


4,404,288 


225,640 


324,388 


7,018,780 


200,790 


82,827 




}3 


8,628,639 


132,624 


1,014,241 


6,001,849 


275,196 


66,782 


614,319 


523.629 


836,871 


5,553,559 


271 ,722 


335,449 


8,333,141 


206.167 


89,334 




iadjusted for seasonal 


sanation 




























32 A 


593,133 


10,178.2 


82,485.3 


388,124.8 


17,086.0 


5,533.2 


51,000.7 


38,725.2 


69,089 


357,218 


16,851 


26,753 


570,312 


16,248 


6,573 




s 


637,774 


10,354.6 


78,297.1 


420,084.4 


20,792.7 


6,435.4 


56.346.5 


45,463.2 


64,778 


388,271 


20,536 


27,374 


614.762 


16.325 


6.687 







649.408 


10,546.1 


76,780.7 


441,959.2 


20,915.0 


6,040.0 


51,152.1 


42,0155 


62,281 


411,386 


20,572 


25,054 


627,987 


14,976 


6,446 




N 


678,514 


11,505.0 


80.884.9 


452,120.3 


25,204.8 


6,394.2 


58,739.5 


43,665.2 


66,965 


417,071 


24,888 


26,316 


651.534 


19.562 


7,419 




D 


681,752 


11,971.8 


80,016.7 


463,977.4 


23,940.0 


5,581.2 


58,188.1 


38,076.5 


65,227 


429,077 


23,655 


27.362 


658.252 


16,164 


7,335 




33 J 


698,653 


11,053.3 


78.703.3 


478,544.9 


26,185.7 


5,340.2 


57,454.6 


41,370.8 


63,802 


444,713 


25,891 


28,725 


675,888 


1 5,958 


6,807 




F 


659,972 


10,680.4 


79,391 .2 


457,465.8 


24,161.6 


4,230.2 


46,935.2 


37,107.9 


63,778 


422,399 


23,910 


24,199 


638,101 


15.109 


6.763 




M 


753,832 


1 1 ,949.4 


82.922.3 


520,138.0 


25,677.5 


5.275.6 


63,988.1 


43,880.9 


68,164 


480,227 


25,390 


26,269 


729,926 


16,528 


7,378 




A 


671 ,662 


10,842.9 


76,319.0 


459,085.4 


23,655.7 


4,909.9 


51,130.9 


45,718.2 


63,824 


423,962 


23,403 


24,589 


649,203 


1 5.605 


6.854 




M 


683,856 


11,621.1 


84,868.9 


469,392.0 


21,162.2 


5,395.0 


48,477.8 


42,939.5 


71,280 


435,934 


20.872 


28,532 


657,229 


18.497 


8.130 




J 


707.111 


11,144.8 


92,434.7 


485,628.1 


22,756.9 


5,672.1 


50,749.4 


38,724.5 


74,693 


446,395 


22.424 


28,140 


681 .408 


17,911 


7.792 




J 


719,526 


10,716.8 


90.772.0 


503,677.4 


22,115.7 


5.560.3 


46,355.7 


40,328.2 


73,834 


466,010 


21.841 


28,945 


695,394 


16.772 


7,360 




A 


765.724 


10,560.7 


87,958.1 


540,643.3 


22,349.4 


6.070.5 


50,897.9 


47,244.6 


72,764 


500.959 


22.048 


29.079 


740,361 


17,934 


7.430 




S 


750,753 


10,552.4 


88,862.9 


526,716.8 


22,740.7 


6,330.2 


48,408.2 


47,141.6 


73,670 


486,614 


22.450 


28.175 


724,961 


18,272 


7.520 







745,064 


10,335.9 


85,728.0 


522,999.9 


21,297.3 


5,899.2 


47,945.7 


50.858.6 


70.589 


487.136 


21.007 


29.940 


719,956 


17,448 


7.661 




N 


738,061 


12,446.9 


83,896.8 


516,139.0 


21,817.0 


6,305.7 


51,761.3 


45,694.3 


70,269 


476.003 


21.508 


30.966 


710,255 


19,563 


8.243 




D 


734,425 


10,719.6 


82,384.1 


521,418.5 


21,275.9 


5,792.9 


50,214.1 


42,620.0 


70.204 


483,207 


20.978 


27,890 


710,459 


16,570 


7.396 




34 J 


736,930 


10,270.9 


74,156.5 


523,614.8 


22,634.2 


5,356.8 


50,107.4 


50,789.5 


64.827 


490,837 


22.355 


29.152 


711,851 


17,521 


7,559 




F 


708,747 


10,860.2 


75,254.6 


502,707.4 


18,481.0 


4,808.7 


45,985.6 


50,649.5 


64,204 


470,684 


18.217 


27,957 


686,140 


15,376 


7,230 




M 


793,645 


12.464.1 


78,581.9 


565,652.7 


19,816.6 


4,795.5 


54,279.6 


58.054.7 


67,677 


531 ,451 


19,564 


32,008 


772,253 


13.984 


7.408 




A 


748,516 


13.871.4 


81.090.8 


522.333.8 


18,206.1 


5,206.3 


46.346.3 


61,461.6 


70,148 


489,683 


17,955 


29,867 


727,010 


14,460 


7.045 




M 


806,847 


12,818.5 


79,088.3 


570,874.7 


19,478.6 


4,708.6 


47.925.1 


61,461.6 


68,392 


537,392 


19,159 


31 ,860 


782,033 


16,477 


7.045 




J 


826,085 


12.439.0 


80,421.2 


586.795.2 


21,277.9 


5,312.7 


45.539.2 


74,300.0 


70,731 


553,634 


20,984 


40,717 


802,468 


15,898 


7,719 




J 


848,699 


12,833.6 


81,381.8 


604,6656 


21,086.2 


5,293.5 


48,071.9 


75,366.9 


73,326 


571,006 


20,796 


31 ,558 


824.453 


16.106 


8.141 




Ijusted 


for seasonal variation 




























D.D. 


3 


4 


4 


3 


5 




4 


4 


4 


4 


5 


4 


3 


5 






32 A 


619,212 


9.718.2 


84,449.4 


422.400.3 


19,684.8 




53,739.0 


39,591 9 


71.191 


392.245 


19,415 


27,189 


595.973 


16,484 


6.755 




S 


643,873 


10,203.0 


79,691.0 


416,978.9 


21,232.5 




57,802.5 


48,360.4 


66,379 


385,182 


20,980 


28,696 


620.177 


16,909 


6.787 







661.161 


10.925.2 


77,187.1 


450,137.2 


21,418.0 




53,896.7 


41,341.8 


62,578 


415,083 


21 ,062 


24,608 


639.103 


15,427 


6.631 




N 


645,573 


11,300.1 


76,6069 


427,657.2 


23,013.0 




58,030.8 


39,734.9 


64,668 


397,978 


22,787 


23.793 


623.460 


15,332 


6,781 




D 


650,516 


11,618.4 


77,630.2 


445,235.2 


22,820.1 




54,085.2 


35,168.6 


64,467 


413,218 


22.535 


25.492 


627.270 


16,091 


7,155 




33 J 


730,557 


11,089.2 


86,519.2 


501,196.7 


25,183.2 




58,167.2 


43,8399 


69,685 


465,712 


24.855 


31,519 


706.169 


17.283 


7,105 




F 


733,702 


12,145.2 


87,279.1 


512,409.5 


25.559.5 




50,097.2 


39,570.1 


69,719 


474,606 


25,259 


25,816 


709,150 


17,162 


7,390 




M 


704,291 


11,644.1 


77,624.9 


479,976.8 


24,888.6 




57,598.2 


42,028.3 


64,344 


438,983 


24,571 


29.129 


679,510 


17,306 


7.475 




A 


674,964 


11,264.7 


77,982.1 


452,773.4 


25,417.4 




50,821.3 


50,863.5 


65.292 


416,765 


25.177 


26.776 


651,813 


15,864 


7,287 




M 


662,825 


11,808.1 


81,413.8 


453,003.0 


19.724.0 




49,748.1 


42,705.7 


68,821 


419,733 


19,431 


28,250 


638,485 


16,934 


7,406 




J 


691 ,299 


10,881.1 


89,732.7 


477,922.1 


21,981.7 




48,765.5 


38,016.8 


72,884 


439.421 


21.652 


27.856 


666,772 


17,277 


7,250 




J 


739,575 


11,113.8 


89,618.8 


521,792.8 


24,272.4 




49,867.9 


41,936.1 


70,168 


483,736 


23.981 


29.933 


714,984 


17,087 


7,504 




A 


780,146 


10,172.0 


86,908.8 


566,771.9 


24,572.5 




52,351.0 


47,137.2 


72.039 


529,194 


24,341 


28.218 


755,272 


17,545 


7,329 


s 


747,458 


10,365.2 


90,661.8 


519,912.3 


23,258.0 




48.545.9 


46.171.6 


74,976 


478.444 


22.947 


27.038 


720,960 


18,732 


7,766 





758,125 


10,344.4 


87,115.8 


528,159.3 


21,696.2 




51,060.3 


49,470.2 


71,922 


490,751 


21,442 


30.183 


731 .092 


19,012 


8,021 




N 


702,408 


11,872.9 


80,313.7 


489,753.0 


19.577.4 




50,062.6 


42,123.6 


68.249 


455,872 


19,330 


28.568 


679,214 


15,678 


7.516 




D 


738,706 


10,383.3 


82,525.8 


529,388.8 


20,935.3 




47,554.9 


41.500.6 


71 ,660 


491 .305 


20.599 


26.377 


713.891 


17,288 


7.527 




84 J 


729,461 


10,090.5 


79,132.7 


514,315.7 


20,3880 




48,127.2 


50,339.7 


67,897 


481 ,949 


20,095 


29,663 


703.661 


18,145 


7,655 




F 


732,969 


11,519.4 


76,163.5 


516,256.2 


17,934.1 




49,412.2 


53,636.3 


66.529 


487,129 


17,670 


29,327 


708.964 


16.632 


7,373 




M 


759,551 


12,231.6 


77,254.5 


534.668.0 


19,730.5 




48,175.9 


59,024.6 


66,332 


497,356 


19,465 


32,047 


737,217 


14,664 


7.670 




A 


766,139 


14,072.0 


83,018.5 


531,878.3 


19.804.7 




47.238.4 


69,195.4 


72,620 


497,332 


19,473 


32,752 


743,347 


15,034 


7,758 




M 


771,733 


12,674.7 


75,131.5 


547,044.0 


17,434.1 




48,591 .7 


67,605.9 


65,538 


513,249 


17,170 


29.848 


749,387 


14,954 


7,392 




J 


849,349 


12,362.0 


79,894.0 


605,440.2 


22,672.5 




45.098.0 


75,667.0 


69,445 


572,918 


22,390 


41,525 


826,346 


15.449 


7,554 




J 


843,624 


12,866.2 


75,798.7 


610,291.6 


22.494.1 




51,470.2 


75,038.4 


67,834 


578,460 


22,223 


30.526 


819,468 


16,115 


8.041 




te: Components may not add to totals because rounding Cheques drawn on 


the Receiver General or 


cheques drawn on bank deposit accounts held in the name of the Receiver 


neral are not included in the data 


























lis series covers 50 


clearing house centres With the advent of centralized data processing, bank clearing houses 


have been 


eliminated. 


The current 


allocation o 


cheques cashed 




itinues to reflect what had been the previous centres; 


however, this comparison may not 


remain valid 


through time 'Seasonally adjusted data for 


Saskatchewan is not available 




urce: Cheques Cashed (61-001), Statistics Canada. 
























































129 



Section 13— Tables 5 and 6 

Table 5: Sales of Life Insurance in Canada 1 



September 1984 fee 



Year 
and 

month 



Annualized 

premium 

sales 



Face 


Number ol 


Premiums 


amount 


policies 


per $1,000 


sales 


sold 


insurance 



rerage 


Premium 


size 


per 


policy 


policy 



thousands ol dollars 



7695 



7696 



7697 



7698 



7699 



1982 
1983 

1982 J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

o 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 



320,264 


40.791,011 


356.688 


46,965,044 


25,116 


3,116,904 


23.147 


2,940.579 


26.620 


3,347,876 


29,801 


3,853,850 


33.633 


4,406,441 


32,754 


4,234,850 


21,425 


2,877,334 


27,505 


3,647.354 


30,035 


3,947,191 


26,491 


3,560.525 


28,586 


3,943.274 


33,205 


4.494.191 


27,480 


3,590.418 


26.855 


3,435.951 


30.550 


4.008.298 


32,863 


4,285,153 


36.160 


4,674.672 


35.533 


4,500.683 


24.359 


3,435,192 


31,253 


4.283,052 


33,918 


4,710.934 


29.891 


4.118,505 


33,989 


4,784,842 


38,884 


5,468.736 



818,958 
871,705 

63,086 
56,700 
68,250 
79.400 
84.197 
75,384 

53,265 
71.265 
75,440 
68,743 
73,905 
81 ,532 
66,413 
62,270 
77,432 
80,936 
85.856 
74,648 

55,374 
74,293 
76.424 
68,571 
78.700 
86,985 



785 
7.59 

806 
7.87 
7.95 
7.73 
7.63 
773 

745 
7.54 
7.61 
7.44 
7.25 
7.39 
7.65 
7.82 
7.62 
7.67 
774 
7.90 

7.09 
7.30 
7.20 
7.26 
7.10 
7.11 



49.808 
53.877 

49,407 
51,862 
49,053 
48.537 
52,335 
56,177 

54.019 
51.180 
52.322 
51,795 
53.356 
55.122 
54.062 
55,178 
51.765 
52.945 
54.448 
60.292 

62,036 
57.651 
61,642 
60.062 
60,799 
62.870 



391 
409 

398 
408 
390 
375 
399 
434 

402 
386 
398 
385 
387 
407 
414 
431 
395 
406 
421 
476 

440 
421 
444 
436 
432 
447 



'38 companies participating 

Source: Monthly Survey of Life Insurance Sales in Canada, Life Insurance Marketing and Research Association, Hartford, Connecticut, U.S.A. 



Table 6: Benefit payments of all life insurance companies (million dollars) 









Under life 


insurance 






Under 
annuities 


Total payments to 
policyholders and beneficiane 




Year 


Total 


Death and 

accidental 

death claims 


Disability 

benefits 

(income 

payments) 


Matured 
endowments 


Surrender 
values 


Dividends 
to policy- 
holders 


s 


and 


All 
policies 


Individual' 




quarter 


Total 


Group 


D 


4344 


4345 


4346 


4347 


4348 


4349 


4350 


4343 


4351 


4352 


1982 
1983 


3,061.79 
3,086.79 


1,219.23 
1.278.50 


70.71 
66.65 


73.12 
81.06 


961.99 
886.51 


736.74 
774.07 


2.673.31 
3,145.57 


5,735.10 
6,232.36 


3.475.83 
3.355.56 


2.259.27 
2.876.81 


1980 3 
4 


521 59 
684 54 


249 44 

28470 


15.10 
23.97 


19.02 
25.62 


113 73 
176.64 


124.30 
173.61 


31704 
337.17 


838.63 
1 ,021 .68 


476.81 
601 .48 


361.82 
417.55 


1981 1 
2 
3 

4 


67691 
62558 
65852 
81251 


274.20 
27040 
284.33 

31365 


19.47 
11.47 
15.69 
16 39 


22 56 
2285 
19.79 
1261 


194 87 
176.85 
199.74 
239.16 


165.81 
144.01 
138.96 
230.70 


519.35 
589.17 
754.88 
811.71 


1,196.26 
1,214.74 
1,413.40 
1 .624.23 


738.18 
732.38 
762.08 
864.21 


458 08 
482 36 
651.33 
760 02 


1982 1 
2 
3 

4 


78846 
770 66 
707 01 
795.65 


31235 
278.62 
297.99 
330 27 


18 08 
20.48 
10.51 
21.63 


22.12 
20.39 
1699 
13.62 


251 46 
261 .78 
224.34 
22441 


184.45 
189.39 
157.18 
205.72 


727.76 
656.67 
554.73 
734.15 


1,516.22 
1 .427.33 
1,261 74 
1,529.80 


978.58 
908.65 
747.88 
840.71 


537.64 
518.68 
51386 
689.09 


1983 1 
2 
3 

4 


826 34 
747 18 
717.32 
795 95 


324.95 
305.96 
318.18 
329.42 


1698 
21.94 
12 92 
14.81 


22.34 
21.22 
18.55 
18.95 


266.45 
221 .79 
193.28 
204 98 


195.62 
176 27 
174.39 
227.79 


717 16 

671.17 

591.15 

1,166.09 


1,543.50 
1,418.35 
1 ,308.47 
1 ,962.04 


91363 
766.25 
764.87 
910.51 


629 88 

651 .80 

543.60 

1,051.53 


1984 1 
2 


861 25 
839 29 


362.79 

353.51 


15.97 
15.31 


22 30 
20 93 


24502 
21631 


215.17 
233.23 


90847 
908.33 


1 ,769.72 
1 ,747.62 


1,043.60 
965.64 


726.12 
781 .97 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

'Includes ordinary and industrial 

Source: The Canadian Life Insurance Association. 



130 





ptember 


1984 






















Section 13— 


-Table 7 




ble 7: Security issues and retirements (par 


values in million Canadian dollars) 


















V 

i 
irler 










Direct and guaranteed securities 


















Government of Canada 






Provinces 3 






Municipalities 3 








Funded debt 1 




New issues 1 


Retirements 2 






Gross 

new issues 

delivered 4 


Retirements 


new 


Gross 

Net new issues 

issues' delivered 


Retirements n 






Direct 
outstanding 


Guaranteed 


Total 
outstanding 


Net 

;w issues 




B 


2402 


2401 


2400 


2491 


2494 


3004 




3026 




3048 


3007 


3029 


3051 




J2 
13 


1 1 1 .897 

138,154 


170 
164 


112,065 
138,318 


3,475 
5.650 


875 
3,518 


17.798 
15,758 




2,850 
2,746 




14,948 
13,012 


1,423 
1,149 


445 
385 


978 
765 




)0 3 
4 


75,867 
79.983 


488 
481 


76,354 
80,464 


2.050 
3,200 


267 

1,255 


1,803 
2,867 




640 
834 




1.163 
2.033 


366 
282 


172 
160 


195 
122 




11 1 
2 
3 

4 


81.915 
81,864 
83,177 
92,918 


181 
181 
181 
176 


82.096 
82.045 
83,358 
93,094 


1,550 
1,200 


1.000 
306 


2,819 
3,279 
3,754 
5.314 




563 
634 
417 

1,028 




2.256 
2.645 
3,337 
4,286 


89 
309 

88 
396 


149 

158 

72 

142 


-60 

151 

16 

254 




12 1 
2 
3 
4 


91,944 

93.779 

97,196 

1 1 1 ,897 


176 
176 
176 
170 


92,120 
93.955 
97,374 
112,100 


825 

550 

850 

1,250 


875 


4.599 
3,781 
4.953 
4,465 




783 
548 
803 
716 




3,817 
3,232 
4,150 
3.749 


317 
294 
358 
454 


84 
137 

82 
142 


233 
157 
276 
312 




13 1 
2 
3 
4 


115,242 
120,706 
126,622 
138,154 


170 
170 
170 
164 


115,412 
120,876 
126,792 
138,318 


700 
1,100 
2,500 
1,350 


700 

1,993 
825 


4,292 
4,762 
2,496 
4,208 




975 
467 
497 
807 




3,317 
4.295 
1.999 
3,401 


192 

559 

46 

352 


131 

105 

65 

84 


62 
454 
-19 
268 




14 1 
2 


141.435 
146,707 


164 
164 


141,599 
146,871 


975 
2,425 


168 

1.075 


2.855 
2,766 




825 
326 




2,031 
2,439 


475 
273 


106 

80 


369 
193 




ir 
rter 


Corporate bonds 3 




Other bonds and debentures 


.» 


Preferred stocks' 




Common stocks* 




i 


Gross 

new 

issues 

delivered 


Retirements 


Net 

new 
issues 


Gross 
new 
issues 
delivered Retirements 


Gross 

Net new 

new issues 

issues delivered 


Retirements 


Net 

new 
issues 


Gross 

new 

issues 

delivered 


Retirements 


Net 

new 
issues 




B 


3010 


3032 


3054 


3019 


3041 


3063 


3013 




3035 


3057 


3016 


3038 


3060 




12 
I3 


7,328 
5,575 


2.892 
2.407 


4,437 
3,169 


362 
272 


117 
95 


246 
176 


3,193 
2,556 




385 
199 


2,811 
2,355 


2,284 
5,719 


149 
48 


2,136 
5,671 




10 3 
4 


1,455 
1.408 


400 
770 


1,055 
638 


162 
48 


18 
14 


144 
34 


468 
1.157 




40 
123 


428 
1.033 


827 

694 


107 
107 


720 
587 




11 1 
2 
3 
4 


1,777 
2,194 
1,345 
3,233 


377 

559 

490 

1,060 


1,400 

1,635 

857 

2,173 


110 
16 

26 


31 
25 
26 
30 


80 

-9 

-26 

-3 


1,188 
1,417 
1.102 
1.051 




191 

117 

133 

98 


997 

1,300 

971 

954 


1,152 

1.490 

583 

681 


165 
165 
165 
522 


987 

1.326 

418 

159 




12 1 
2 
3 
4 


2,541 
1,322 
2.236 
1,229 


557 
923 
600 
812 


1.984 
400 

1.636 
417 


174 

128 

60 


32 
27 
10 
48 


-32 

148 

118 

12 


651 

667 

556 

1,319 




133 

80 

101 

71 


518 

588 

456 

1,249 


391 
531 
363 
999 


53 
32 
32 
32 


338 
500 
331 
967 


1 


13 1 
2 
3 
4 


1,476 

1,932 

915 

1,252 


628 
627 
479 
673 


849 

1,305 

437 

578 


13 

57 

50 

152 


23 
41 
15 
16 


-11 
16 
35 

136 


340 
631 
620 
965 




21 
107 

20 

51 


319 
522 
600 
914 


1,041 
1,429 
2,003 
1,246 


12 
12 
12 
12 


1.029 
1.417 
1.991 
1.234 




14 1 
2 


1.007 
1,455 


876 
846 


130 
609 


100 


34 
9 


66 
-9 


712 
1.856 




27 
2 


683 
1,855 


711 
781 


- 


711 
781 


1 

! 
1 

: 
! 


e: Components may not add to totals due to partial revisions. 
d of period. 'Excluding Treasury Bills, Canada Savings Bonds and other 
le private placements not publicly announced. Notes with an original term 
r agencies and purchased by the C.P.P. Investment Fund. "Consists of 
e for the take-over of Nova Scotia Light & Power common shares 
irce: Bank of Canada Review. 


non-market issues 'Figures are subject to revision Series cover all publicly 
to maturity of over one year. «lncludes Canadian Pension Plan series bonds 
issues of Canadian religious and other institutions and Canadian dollar issues o 


announced issues and 
ssued by the provinces and 
foreign debtors. "Allow- 






























131 



Section 13— Table 8 

Table 8: Stock exchange statistics 



September 1984 Si 













Toronto stock 


exchange 












Montreal stock 


exchange 


























Shares traded 




Valufi nf <;harpc: trartarl 




Three 


Long-term 

government 

ol Canada 






Value ol 














month 




Combined 


shares 


Indus- 


Mining 


Combined 


Indus- 


Mining 


Combined 


treasury 


Year 


volume 


traded 


trials 


and oils 


volume 


trials 


and oils 


value 


bill yield 1 


bond yield 


and 




Million 


















month 


Thousands 


dollars 




Thousands 






Million dollars 




Percentage 


D 


4551 


4552 


4555 


4556 


4557 


4558 


4559 


4560 


B14001 


B14013 


1982 


208,181 


2,773.5 


1,002.937 


573,769 


1,576,706 


14,923.3 


2,746.9 


17,670.2 


13.83 


14.26 


1983 


316,891 


5,090.6 


1 ,500.004 


941.116 


2.441,120 


24.0900 


6,106.8 


30,196.8 


9.32 


11.79 


1982 S 


18.686 


331 5 


99,479 


63,487 


162,966 


1.976 4 


322.1 


2,298.5 


13.15 


13.48 


O 


20.898 


255.7 


124,913 


83,571 


208,484 


1,646 8 


417.2 


2,064.0 


11.54 


12.63 


N 


25,245 


2536 


158,512 


77,864 


236,376 


1.822.4 


3669 


2,189.3 


10.72 


12.18 


D 


18,077 


201.3 


86.398 


71,668 


158,066 


1.302.5 


366.8 


1 .669.3 


10.25 


11.69 


1983 J 


33.793 


361 


130,641 


137,906 


268,547 


1,943 1 


739.6 


2,682.7 


9.53 


12.28 


F 


26.207 


359 6 


106.347 


80,472 


186,819 


1,807.2 


627.1 


2,434.3 


9.40 


11.80 


M 


23.317 


345.7 


1 1 1 ,237 


62,596 


1 73,833 


1 .889.9 


435.5 


2,325.4 


9.21 


11.70 


A 


22.402 


373.3 


119.580 


52,954 


172,534 


2,050.1 


365.8 


2.415.9 


9.22 


11.18 


M 


26,593 


4306 


147.272 


103,014 


250,286 


2.340.8 


705.3 


3,046.1 


9.12 


11.30 


J 


19,938 


399 1 


113,631 


79.738 


193,369 


2,031.9 


538.4 


2,570.3 


9.24 


11.56 


J 


19,583 


381 1 


1 20.305 


89,293 


209,598 


2,032.4 


569.0 


2,601.4 


9.25 


12.03 


A 


23,475 


393.6 


98,442 


69,521 


167,963 


1,780 1 


492.1 


2,272.2 


9.35 


12.34 


S 


24,255 


4300 


117,176 


77,319 


194,495 


2,143.8 


564.6 


2,708.4 


9.26 


11.76 





20,717 


3773 


99.355 


64,378 


163,733 


1,700.8 


384.5 


2.085.3 


9.22 


11.73 


N 


32.459 


5440 


171,102 


62,156 


233,258 


2,134.2 


376.2 


2,510.4 


9.31 


11.80 


D 


44,152 


695.3 


164,916 


61.769 


226,685 


2,235.7 


308.7 


2,544.4 


9.69 


12.02 


1984 J 


37,378 


609 1 


141,167 


60,340 


201 ,507 


2,245.6 


397.5 


2,643.1 


9.73 


11.92 


F 


28.725 


510.7 


112,695 


73,487 


186,182 


1,904.4 


440.5 


2,344.9 


9.77 


12.40 


M 


34.353 


562.1 


118,040 


69,659 


187,699 


2,037.3 


382.0 


2,419.3 


10.22 


13.06 


A 


21 ,578 


356.0 


89,212 


53,367 


142,579 


1.454.9 


2870 


1,741.9 


10.56 


13.31 


M 


33,468 


591 2 


1 1 1 ,388 


58,842 


170,230 


1,705.9 


316.2 


2,022.1 


11.27 


13.93 


J 


32,835 


576.6 


98,512 


54,101 


152,613 


1.639.1 


256.3 


1 ,895.4 


11.74 


13.81 


J 


30,252 


541.8 


101.897 


53,547 


155,444 


1,617.6 


264.8 


1,882.4 


12.81 


13.41 


A 


41.161 


745.2 


135,833 


56,190 


192,023 


2.280.8 


313.9 


2,594.7 







Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding differences. 

'Average of weekly rates 

Sources: Monthly Review, Montreal and Canadian Stock Exchanges; Toronto Stock Exchange Review and Bank of Canada. 



132 





leptember 


1984 






















Section 


13— Tables 


9 and 10 




able 9: Federal government budgetary revenues 1 (million dollars) 
































Excise taxes 






























Corpo- 
ration 


















Return 


Miscel- 


Total 


Budgetary 




iscal 




Personal 






Other 




Custom 






on 


laneous 


budge- 


surplus 




jar or 




Income 


income 


Non- 


Sales 


excise 


Excise 




import 


Estate 


invest- 


non-tax 


tary 


or 




onth 




tax 


tax" 


residents 


tax" 


taxes 2 


duties 




duties 




tax 


ments 


revenues 


revenues 


deficit 3 




D 




4579 


4581 


4582 


4583 


4584 


4585 




4586 




4587 


4589 


4590 


4591 


4592 




981-82 




24.046 


9,136 


1,018 


6,621 


2,079 


1,175 




3,439 




595 


5,095 


1,018 


54,068 


-13,372 




382-83 




26,329 


9,099 


998 


6.302 


2,341 


1.274 




2,831 




132 


5.020 


800 


55,126 


-24.340 




982-83 


J 


1,495 


687 


60 


507 


247 


100 




213 




11 


394 


98 


3,812 


-2.066 






J 


2,349 


676 


124 


554 


90 


125 




361 




4 


697 


59 


5,039 


-2,046 






A 


2,207 


541 


67 


564 


198 


83 




218 




3 


222 


46 


4,149 


-1,691 






S 


1.982 


593 


60 


526 


199 


113 




177 




4 


373 


50 


4,077 


-1,967 









2,563 


542 


86 


556 


193 


118 




222 




2 


286 


61 


4,629 


-1,371 






N 


2,356 


571 


76 


583 


186 


138 




240 




3 


213 


74 


4,440 


-2,102 






D 


2,155 


523 


55 


522 


193 


120 




202 




2 


727 


65 


4,564 


-2.708 






J 


2,977 


673 


174 


500 


221 


85 




211 




10 


221 


69 


5,141 


-1,322 






F 


2,146 


507 


74 


463 


194 


85 




223 




2 


19 


47 


3,760 


-2,349 






M 


2,019 


2,609 


73 


765 


342 


130 




323 




27 


1,331 


165 


7,784 


-3,841 




383-84 


A 


2,047 


140 


69 


178 


21 


64 




221 




6 


164 


12 


2,922 


-2,889 






M 


3,597 


611 


50 


582 


163 


112 




255 




60 


216 


47 


5,693 


-404 






J 


914 


662 


56 


573 


144 


130 




249 




4 


474 


70 


3,276 


-3,788 






J 


1.695 


689 


90 


571 


127 


99 




257 




4 


513 


57 


4,102 


-3.169 






A 


1.779 


640 


78 


685 


153 


104 




311 




3 


228 


69 


4,050 


-2.824 






S 


2,102 


555 


52 


558 


140 


143 




283 




3 


397 


50 


4,283 


-2,136 









2,698 


725 


76 


636 


127 


117 




287 




4 


88 


67 


4,825 


-2.123 






N 


2,496 


629 


74 


694 


101 


138 




331 




3 


439 


73 


4,978 


-1.849 






D 


2,331 


719 


56 


611 


111 


133 




257 




3 


796 


72 


5.089 


-2.566 






J 


3,279 


842 


170 


622 


120 


91 




274 




4 


246 


74 


5,722 


-1,594 






F 


2,132 


712 


70 


571 


141 


99 




290 




4 


20 


70 


4,109 


-3,168 




M 


1,772 


1,912 


58 


490 


96 


112 




290 




8 


1,026 


131 


5.895 


-2.869 


384-85 


A 


914 


391 


89 


341 


24 


96 




216 




9 


218 


30 


2.328 


-3.963 






M 


2,680 


712 


61 


661 


104 


120 




369 




56 


284 


62 


5.109 


-1.931 




his statement includes only receipts relating 


lo budgetary revenue Excluded 


are non-budgetary revenues 


such as Old Age Security Fund taxes, 


Prairie Farm Assistance Act levies. 




nployer 


and 


smployee contributions to government-held funds 


(Unemploymen 


Insurance, Superannuation etc.), interest on 


government-held funds 


and taxes 


collected on behalf of and 




msterred to other governments. 


'Beginning 


in December 1973. this category includes oil 


export 


tax. 


3 March 


includes 


supplementary payments arising from the closing of the ac- 




lunts. 


'Includes Petroleum and 


Gas Revenue tax 'Includes special excise tax on gasoline 




















lurce: Department of Finance. 






























able 10: Budgetary expenditures by principal classes (million dollars) 






























Fiscal 


National health 






























transfer & 


and welfare 




























contracting- 
































out 




Other 




















seal 






Public 


payments 




welfare 
















Other 


Total 




iar or 




National 


debt 


to 


Family 


disburse- 








Public 




Veterans 


depart- 


budgetary 




onth 




defence 


charges 


provinces 


allowances 


ments 


Agriculture 




works 


Transport 


affairs 


ments' 


expenditures 




D 




5130 


5131 


5132 


5133 


5134 




5135 




5137 




5138 


5139 


5140 


5129 




381-82 




6,028 


15,168 


4,535 


2.020 


15.798 




1,125 




2,188 




2,279 


1,140 


17,160 


67.440 




J82-83 




6,993 


16,970 


5,390 


2,229 


17,359 




1,009 




2,669 




2,906 


1.282 


22,660 


79.466 




382-83 


J 


495 


1,238 


401 


184 


1,387 




66 




190 




222 


99 


1.596 


5.878 






J 


742 


1,428 


756 


183 


1,409 




91 




152 




216 


105 


2.003 


7,085 






A 


497 


1,287 


389 


235 


1,383 




69 




214 




280 


108 


1,378 


5,840 






S 


505 


1,442 


388 


131 


1,417 




64 




227 




238 


105 


1.528 


6,044 









537 


1,488 


385 


182 


1,432 




75 




279 




140 


103 


1,379 


6,000 






N 


676 


1,685 


465 


183 


1,424 




143 




235 




178 


107 


1,446 


6,542 






D 


573 


1,569 


402 


182 


1,435 




81 




74 




286 


108 


2.562 


7,272 






J 


451 


1,369 


400 


193 


1,531 




79 




349 




213 


111 


1.767 


6,463 






F 


528 


1,210 


404 


194 


1,527 




90 




157 




191 


111 


1.697 


6,109 






M 


1,288 


1,476 


624 


193 


1,693 




143 




586 




483 


135 


5,004 


1 1 ,625 




383-84 


A 


312 


1,381 


419 


193 


1.541 




33 




135 




244 


104 


1,449 


5,811 






M 


403 


1,411 


515 


193 


1,602 




77 




239 




145 


111 


1,401 


6,097 






J 


645 


1,603 


434 


197 


1,587 




69 




241 




223 


118 


1,947 


7.064 






J 


560 


1,370 


418 


187 


1,598 




105 




278 




405 


116 


2,234 


7,271 






A 


676 


1,433 


421 


192 


1,642 




81 




220 




220 


116 


1,873 


6,874 






S 


501 


1,458 


432 


191 


1,600 




74 




198 




207 


116 


1,642 


6,419 






O 


647 


1,414 


588 


191 


1,635 




125 




268 




210 


111 


1,759 


6.948 






N 


545 


1,514 


430 


192 


1,636 




130 




205 




224 


112 


1.839 


6.827 






D 


735 


1,721 


447 


190 


1.662 




109 




215 




507 


113 


1,956 


7,655 






J 


540 


1,563 


441 


200 


1,759 




88 




365 




239 


117 


2.004 


7,316 






F 


748 


1,531 


444 


201 


1,751 




105 




219 




198 


119 


1.961 


7,277 






M 


705 


1,424 


756 


200 


2,114 




102 




235 




194 


119 


2.915 


8,764 




384-85 


A 


416 


1,494 


538 


200 


1,742 




28 




161 




213 


108 


1,391 


6,291 






M 


518 


1,796 


350 


200 


1,705 




87 




262 




316 


114 


1.692 


7,040 




gures are rounded and may not add to totals shown. 


























,s of April 1978 Other Departments includes the Post Office 


























Hires: 


Department of Finance. 




























































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Dbservations 

anada's Native People 

The 1 981 Census counted about half a million Canadi- 
ans who reported native ancestry. The Census identi- 
ied the following four groups of native people: status 
ndians, non-status Indians, Metis and Inuit. 

This publication discusses those native people who 
vere identified by the 1981 Census. It tells who and 
vhere they are and how they live. It examines their 
anguages, education and income. Finally, it provides 
an idea of what these findings may indicate for the 
uture. 

Mthough the Census counted native people in each 
Drovince, more than half resided in the Prairies and 
3ritish Columbia. However, different native groups 
ived in different regions. Two-thirds of the Metis were 
n the Prairies; the proportion of Inuit in the Territories 
was almost as high. Unlike other native groups, fairly 
! arge proportions of Inuit were in the Atlantic region 
(Labrador) and Quebec. 

Six out of ten native people reported English as the 
first language they learned as children and could still 
understand. Only 3 in 1 claimed a native language as 
their mother tongue, while French and other lan- 
guages accounted for the remainder. 

Among aboriginal languages, the Algonkian group was 
most common. Within this category, Cree was ranked 
first, followed by Ojibway. This was true for all native 
people except the Inuit, three-quarters of whom had 
Inuktitut as their mother tongue. 

Young people made up a much larger proportion of 
the native population than the non-native. Seven out 
of 10 were under 30 compared with just 5 out of 10 
for the rest of the population. In 1 981 , the average age 
of native people was 23 in contrast to 32 for non- 
natives. The Inuit population was "youngest", while 
non-status Indians were the "oldest" group. 



CANADA'S NATIVE PEOPLE focuses on some of the 
major demographic and socio-economic characteris- 
tics of Canada's native people, including family size, 
education, income, and household characteristics. 
This publication is part of the Census Content Series 
of non-technical publications featuring many charts 
and tables. 

You can purchase your copy of CANADA'S NATIVE 
PEOPLE (Catalogue No. 99-937; $5.50 in Canada, 
$6.60 elsewhere) by sending a cheque or money 
order payable to the Receiver General for Canada, to 
Publication Sales and Services, Statistics Canada, 
Ottawa, K1A 0T6. 

(La version frangaise de ce sommaire est disponible 
sur demande.) 

CANADA'S IMMIGRANTS 

In June 1981, there were 3.8 million immigrants in 
Canada, making up 16 percent of the total population. 
This proportion represents a slight rise from just over 
1 5 per cent in 1971, but is well below the 22 per cent 
record of 1921, according to CANADA'S IMMI- 
GRANTS, a new publication from Statistics Canada. 

Of the people identified as immigrants at the time of 
the 1981 Census, close to a third had arrived after 
1970. Of these, 34 per cent were from Europe, but 
almost as many (33 per cent) had come from Asia. 
Another 16 per cent were from the Caribbean and 
Central and South America. 

The majority of immigrants, approximately 2 million 
persons, had a mother tongue other than English or 
French, yet only about 200,000 of them were unable 
to speak English or French. 

Ontario was home to more than half of Canada's 
immigrants. In relation to its share of the total popula- 

vii 



tion, British Columbia had also attracted a dispropor- 
tionately high number. 

CANADA'S IMMIGRANTS discusses numerous other 
characteristics of the immigrant population, such as 
age, educational level, income, household status and 
citizenship. The data show that immigrants are, on 
average older than other Canadians, better educated, 
more likely to be employed, and more likely to live in 
a two-parent family. They have achieved income 
levels which frequently exceed those of the Canadian- 
born population. 

This publication is part of the 1981 Census Content 
Series of non-technical publications featuring many 



charts and graphs. Although it is designed to be of 
general interest, CANADA S IMMIGRANTS will also be 
particularly useful to teachers for courses in social 
studies, citizenship and multiculturalism. 

For your copy of CANADA'S IMMIGRANTS, (Cata- 
logue No. 99-936; $5.50 in Canada, $6.60 elsewhere) 
send a cheque or money order payable to the Re- 
ceiver General for Canada to: Publication Sales and 
Services, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 
0T6. 

(La version frangaise de ce sommaire est disponible 
sur demande) 



VIII 



Section 1 ■ Selected Economic Indicators 
Analytical Summary 

1.7 Charts 

8.11 Analytical Summary 

12 Business Leading Indicators for Canada 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Billions of dollars* 

440 
420 
400 
380 
360 
340 
320 

150 
140 
130 
120 



(Ratio Scale) 



— 




— 






— 






— 


— 




— 






— 






— 



*T 



21971 Dollars 



















Gross National Product 



260 
250 
240 
230 
220 
210 
200 
190 















3 Curienl Dolldit 





































*7 




4 1971 Dollars 




___ _ 








7R 







Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 



90 
B5 

fin 

75 

70 

65 

34 _ 

32 — —6 1971 Dollars- 

30 



5 < ;urrt'nl Dollars 





























*7 



26 



24 



Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 



Implicit Price Indexes, 1971 100 
320 



300 
280 



260 
240- 



7 Gross National Expenditure 



320 




240 



8 Personal Expenditure on Consumer Goods and Services 



320 
300 
280 
260 
240 



9 Business Gross Fixed Capital Formation 

1982 1983 1984 

* At Annual Rates 



Percentage Change 
9- 



6. 



-3 



-3 

-6 
-9 











™^«™ 
















1 




















2 
























3 














4 
































5 
































6 

nplicit Price Indexes, 1971 100 




















7 


























8 








i^^^^^^^____ 













1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 

Gross Domestic Product by Industry, Quarterly, in 1971 Constant Prices 



Billions of Dollars 



(Ratio Scale) 




110 



6 Industrial Production (Monthly) 



Canadian Balance of International Payments 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
2.000 

1.500 

1.000 

500 



-500 

-1,000 

-1,500 

-2,000 

-2.500 



(Arithmetic Scale) 









y^v 


A 




/ ^ 


S\ 






\ 


V 




V^ 





























Percentage Change 
6 

3 


-3 
-6 

9 

6 

3 

0> 
-3 
-6 

6 

3 


-3 
-6 
-9 

6 

» 
3 

| 
-3 
-6 

6 

3 


-3 

6 

3 


-3 
-6 



Net Official Monetary Movements 

Millions of Dollars, Quarterly 
4,000 













^^^^^^^^^ 














1 






























2 
































3 










_■■ 


~^ m 












4 




















5 



























(Arithmetic Scale) 



7 Current Account Balance 
1982 




1983 



1984 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Millions of dollars 



1 Total Labour Income 



Wages and Salaries 

4,000 



3,600 
3,200 

2.800 

1,300 

1,200 

1,100 

1.000 

900 

800 

700 



2 Manufacturing 



3 Construction 



4 Trade 



5,400 
5.000 
4.600 
4,200 
3.800 



5 Services 



Labour Force Survey 

Thousands of Persons 

14.000 

13,000 

12,000 ^=-— ^-— 

11,000 

10,000 



6 Labour Force 



12,000 

1 1 ,000 -= 

10,000 

9,000 



7 Employed 



1.900 
1,700 
1,500 
1.300 
1.100 

900 



X 



8 Unemployed 



9 Unemployment Rate 
1982 



(Ratio Scale) 






Percentage change 
























3 1 


3 










^ftn 














" C 2 


| 






9 




































1 n 






3 




















4 




1 












r 










° 5 
Labour Force Survey 

Percentage Change 














3 6 


3 






o 







1983 



1984 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 



Employment Survey, 1971=100 

Thousands of Persons 



(Ratio Scale) 



900 
880 
860 
840 
820 



185 
180 



175 
170 



165 
160 



44 



^ 



1 Industrial Aggregate 











/^"X 























2 Manufacturing 



42 



40 



38 



36 



34 



32 



30 



28 



z\ 



i — V 



3 Construction 




140 



300 
290 
280 
270 
260 



4 Trade 




\ 



5 Community, Business and Personal Service 
Dollars per Hour (Arithmetic Scale) 

11.4 



11.2 



11.0 



108 



10.6 



10.4 



Hours 
40 — 



6 Average Hourly Earnings in Manufacturing 



39- 
38 • 
37 
36 



/^a 



7 Average Weekly Hours in Manufacturing 

1982 1983 1984 



Percentage Change 
6 



12 
10 

8 

6 

4 

2 


-2 
-4 

4 

2 

■ 
-2 
-4 

6 

4 

2 

0- 
-2 
-4 
-6 

4 
2 

-2 

2 

■ 
-2 
-4 











■ 


















*i 


1 
































2 












J 






J 






L 
































3 

-12.0 


























4 




m 






■ 




























5 


















6 

3.2 

J 












■ 









1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators — Seasonally Adjusted 






(Ratio scale) 




1 Ratio of Manufacturing Inventories Owned to Shipments 



Thousands of Units 
100 




2 New Passenger Car Sales 
Millions of Dollars 
1,800 
1,600 
1,400 
1,200 
1,000 



800 




3 Value of Building Permits 



Thousands of Units 

240 

220 = 

200 = 

180 — 

160 



140 

120 

100 
80 

60 



^— 



4 New Dwelling Units Started (Centres of 10,000 and Over) 



Value of Retail Trade 

Millions of Dollars 
12,000 

10,000 
8,000 

6,000 



1 .800 
1,600 
1,400 : 
1,200 

1,000 
800 



10,000 
8,000 

6,000 
5,000 

10,000 
8,000 

6,000 
4,000 



— 




— 


— 




— 


— 




— 


5 Total 


— 




— 


— 




— 


— 




— 


- 




— 


— 




— 


6 Motor Vehicles 






— 




— 


/~-~* \^s- 




— 








7 Merchandise Exports (Including Re-Exports)* 


— 




— 


— 




— s^S* _ 


— ** V - / ' 




— 



8 Merchandise Imports* 



Percentage Change 

50 

40 

30 

20 

10 



-10' 
-20 
-30 
-40 

40 
30 
20 
10 



-10 
-20 



-30' 
-40 



70 
60 
50 
40 
30 
20 
10 



-10 
-20 



-30 

-40 



-50 



40 

30 

20 

10- 
Oi 
-10 ' 
-20 
-30 ■ 



20 

10 

-10 
-20- 



20 

10 



-10 

-20 

-30- 























1 




■ ^^M 1 






























2 


















































3 


































.1 






ill M 


































4 












































6 


























7 

































1982 
* Balance of payments basis. 



1983 



1984 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Selected Economic Indicators 



Millions of Tons 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) (Ratio Scale) 




Price Indexes 

Indexes, 1981 = 100 



3 Govt, of Canada Average Bond Yield (10 Years and Over) 

(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 




4 Consumer Price Index, Total 




5 Food 



340- 
320 : 
300 ; 
280 : 
260- 
240 



6 Industry Selling Price Index (Gross Weighted Total) 
1982 1983 1984 



Percentage Change 
14 



12 



10 



-2 



-6 



-10 



-12 



-14 



Price Indexes 

4 



(Adjusted for Seasonality) 





15.7 n 
















m 






1 1 








































I 














1 







(Not Adjusted for Seasonality) 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Section 1 




















October 1984 


Selected 


economic 


indicators- 


— analytica 


summary 1 




















Personal expenditure 






Implicit price indexes 












Personal 










on consumer goods 


Total gross 




Gross 


expend- 




Gross domestic 


product 


Years. 


Gross national 


product 


and services 




tixed capital formation 


national 


iture on 


Total 


constant (1971 


prices 


quarters 














expenditure 
1971 


consumer 


gross fixed 






and 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


Current 


1971 


goods and 


capital 




Manu- 


months 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


dollars 


services 


formation 


Total 


facturing 


Section 
























Table 


S3/T1.1 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1.2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1 .2 


S3/T1.3 


S3/T1 8 


S3/T1 8 


S3/T1.8 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 




( 




$000,000 






) 


( 


1971 =100 


) 


( $000,000 ) 


1961 


39.646 


54,741 


25,930 


33,761 


8,392 


1 1 ,748 


72.4 


768 


71.4 






1962 


42,927 


58,475 


27,452 


35,272 


8,885 


12,278 


73.4 


77.8 


72.4 






1963 


45.978 


61,487 


29,225 


36,992 


9,556 


12,841 


74.8 


79.0 


74.4 






1964 


50,280 


65.610 


31,389 


39,218 


1 1 ,205 


14,549 


76.6 


80.0 


77.0 






1965 


55.364 


69.981 


33,947 


41,606 


13,179 


16,259 


79,1 


81 6 


81.1 






1966 


61,828 


74,844 


36,890 


43,778 


15,361 


18,015 


82.6 


843 


85.3 






1967 


66,409 


77,344 


39,972 


45,863 


15.628 


17,942 


85.9 


87.2 


87.1 






1968 


72,586 


81,864 


43,704 


48,138 


15.754 


17,964 


88.7 


90.8 


877 






1969 


79,815 


86.225 


47,492 


50,353 


17,232 


18,850 


92.6 


94.3 


91 4 






1970 


85,685 


88,390 


50.327 


51,526 


18,015 


18,904 


96.9 


97.7 


95.3 






1971 


94,450 


94.450 


55,616 


55,616 


20,800 


20,800 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


83,260.5 


19,040 9 


1972 


105.234 


100.248 


62,208 


59,841 


23,051 


21,955 


105.0 


104.0 


105.0 


88,143.1 


20,5163 


1973 


123,560 


107.812 


71.278 


63.879 


27,848 


24,384 


114.6 


111.6 


114.2 


95,028.4 


22,6740 


1974 


147.528 


1 1 1 .678 


83.388 


67,160 


34,260 


25.694 


132.1 


124.2 


133.3 


99.347.2 


23,4972 


1975 


165.343 


113,005 


96.995 


70.645 


40,044 


26.661 


146.3 


137.3 


150.2 


100,282.6 


22,1225 


1976 


191,857 


119,612 


1 1 1 ,657 


75,180 


44.927 


27,731 


160.4 


148.5 


162.0 


105,4156 


23,519.2 


1977 


210,189 


121.988 


123,565 


77,009 


48.376 


27,606 


172.3 


160.5 


175.2 


108,329.6 


23,9688 


1978 


232,21 1 


126,347 


136,532 


79,038 


52,482 


27.585 


183.8 


172.7 


1903 


111.879.3 


25,1368 


1979 


264,279 


130,362 


1 52,088 


80,607 


60,921 


29,448 


2027 


188.7 


206.9 


116,295.9 


26,587.7 


1980 


297,556 


131,765 


170.179 


81,445 


69.196 


30.461 


225.8 


2089 


227.2 


117,779.7 


25,809 .1 


1981 


339,797 


136,108 


193,280 


82,807 


82.058 


32,401 


249.7 


233.4 


253.3 


121,053.2 


26,078.1 


1982 


358,302 


130.065 


209,974 


81,144 


79.330 


29,265 


275.5 


2588 


271.1 


115,888.5 


23,1034 


1983 


390,340 


134,353 


229,184 


83.697 


77,647 


27.844 


2905 


273.8 


278.9 


119,005.3 


24,485.8 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



1982 1 


06 


•22 


1.5 


-1.5 


-1.3 


-2.9 


29 


3.1 


1.6 


-1.7 


-4.3 


2 


0.7 


-1.0 


2.7 


0.2 


-4.1 


-5.4 


1.8 


2.5 


1.4 


-1.4 


-2.5 


3 


1.7 


-0.6 


22 


-04 


-28 


-3.9 


2.4 


27 


1.1 


-1.1 


-1.3 


4 


1.4 


-0.9 


1.9 


02 


3.3 


2.8 


2.3 


1.7 


0.5 


-0.6 


-4.1 


1983 1 


2.4 


2.0 


1.7 


1.1 


-28 


-3.4 


0.4 


0.7 


0.7 


1.6 


5.9 


2 


29 


18 


26 


1.5 


1.3 


0.6 


1.1 


1.1 


0.7 


1.8 


2.4 


3 


3.5 


1.9 


2.8 


1.3 


-0.1 


-0.4 


1.6 


1.5 


0.4 


1.8 


4.2 


4 


1.1 


1.2 


2.1 


09 


-02 


-0.8 


-0.1 


1.2 


0.6 


10 


3.9 


1984 1 


1.9 


0.7 


1.8 


06 


16 


0.8 


1.2 


1.1 


09 


0.6 


0.1 


2 


2.0 


0.7 


1.5 


1.0 


08 


0.1 


12 


0.5 


0.7 


1.0r 


0.6f 



'Information in this Section is selected from the sections and tables of the Review; for example, Section 3, Table 1.1 is identified as S3/T1.1. 

* Actual data 

Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



October 1984 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



Section 1 /Continued 



Gross domestic product 
constant (1971) prices 




Balance of international payments 


Total 
labour 
income 




Wages and 


salaries 






Construction 


Trade 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

services 


Index 

ot 

industrial 

production 


Current 
account 
balance 


Net 

capital 

movement 


Net 

errors 

and 

omissions 


Net 

official 

monetary 

movements 


Manu- 
facturing 


Con- 
struction 


Trade 


Services 


Years. 

quarters 

and 

months 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2.1 


S3/T2 1 


S3/T22 


S3/T3.1 


S3/T3 3 


S3/T3.3 


S3/T3.3 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


S4/T2 


Section/ 
Table 


( 


$000,000 


)( 


1971 =100 ) 


( 






$000,000 








) 












-928 


1,063 


157 


292 


20,399 4 


5,828 8 


1 ,493 4 


2.7540 


3.424.4 


1961 










-830 


1,129 


-145 


154 


21,815 6 


6.232.1 


1,613.5 


2.9704 


3.758.2 


1962 










-521 


634 


32 


145 


23.262.4 


6,640.1 


1,693.4 


3.184.1 


4,098.9 


1963 










-424 


675 


113 


364 


25.3666 


7,2389 


1 .890 3 


3.4305 


4,5672 


1964 










-1,130 


1,527 


-239 


158 


28,201 4 


7.9974 


2,262.1 


3,7389 


5.138.4 


1965 










-1,162 


985 


-182 


-359 


31,877.8 


8.8898 


2,686.3 


4.0983 


5,9092 


1966 










-499 


1.020 


-501 


20 


35.303 .1 


9.530.1 


2,833.1 


4,493 .1 


6.9731 


1967 










-97 


1,230 


-784 


349 


38,444.4 


10.157.1 


2,899.4 


4.914.0 


7,9183 


1968 










-917 


1,201 


-219 


65 


43.064.7 


11.088 2 


3.2432 


5.549.7 


9,2206 


1969 










1,106 


811 


-387 


1,663 


46,705.9 


11,588.8 


3,435.9 


6.0536 


10,388.8 


1970 


5.846.4 


9.8059 


16.081 


100.0 


431 


1,694 


-1.348 


896 


51,528.3 


12.2934 


4,214.9 


6,561 9 


11,576.0 


1971 


6.021 


10,774 .1 


16,848.2 


1076 


-386 


2.060 


-1,455 


336 


57,570.0 


13.5809 


4.5809 


7,413.5 


12.902 7 


1972 


6.201.9 


11,751.1 


17,606.2 


119.0 


108 


75 


-650 


-467 


66,501 1 


15.527.8 


5.611.4 


8,5237 


14,741.7 


1973 


6.446.3 


12,700 2 


18,6140 


122.8 


-1,460 


2,351 


-867 


24 


79,846.4 


18.124.6 


6.7303 


10,193 1 


17,622 3 


1974 


6,779.6 


12,992.6 


19,481.8 


115.5 


-4,757 


5,555 


-1,203 


-405 


93,2993 


19,9327 


8.121.0 


11,985.6 


21,087.7 


1975 


7,111.1 


13,586 3 


20.369.5 


122.6 


-4,109 


8,398 


-3,767 


522 


109,053 4 


22,822 1 


8.5308 


13.627.3 


25,0882 


1976 


7,035.7 


13,8554 


20,7099 


125.7 


-4,334 


5,174 


-2,261 


-1,421 


120,508.4 


24.7436 


9.261 8 


14,4497 


27.9953 


1977 


6,901.3 


14,4289 


21,366.8 


1299 


-4,917 


4,744 


-3,126 


-3.299 


131,702.4 


27,197 5 


8.9549 


15.590.1 


30.918.8 


1978 


7,108.6 


14,9982 


22.007.6 


137.9 


-4.840 


9,161 


-2,630 


1,908 


148.256.3 


31.062 8 


9.638.5 


17.629 


34.5806 


1979 


7,042.0 


15,023.4 


22,740.3 


1359 


-1.114 


941 


-1.323 


-1.280 


167,936.4 


34,283.5 


10.417.9 


19,979.8 


39,8027 


1980 


7.447.6 


15.212.8 


23.861.0 


136.5 


-6.065 


16,533 


-9.253 


1,425 


194,074 3 


39,013.6 


12.3725 


22,574.5 


46.191.0 


1981 


6,718.5 


14,181.8 


24,133.6 


1230 


2.665 


-1.558 


-1,802 


-695 


207.594 1 


39.0960 


11.6109 


23,308 4 


51,818.1 


1982 


6,615.9 


14.776.2 


24,480.1 


1297 


1.686 


4.428 


-5.566 


548 


218.9626 


41,485.5 


1 1 ,388.3 


24,047.3 


54,619.4 


1983 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



-3.8 

-3.7 
-5.8 

1.7 

1.5 
2.0 
-3.1 
-25 

-1.3 

1.7a 



-2.5 


-0.6 


-1.7 


0.0 


2.3 


1.9 


2.4 


09 


0.7 


1.9/- 



-0.1 
0.1 

-0 1 
0.1 

0.2 
1.5 
1.0 

0.1 

1.0 

09r 





(*) 


C) 


(*) 


(*) 


3.3 


-87 


2490 


-3853 


-1.668 


3.0 


679 


-3834 


-2202 


-3.050 


1.9 


1.287 


3122 


-514 


3,479 


29 


786 


-3336 


-2683 


545 


4.5 


625 


467 


660 


575 


29 


1.309 


1900 


-2862 


180 


4,2 


-288 


2806 


-2876 


263 


3.7 


39 


-745 


-488 


-469 


06 


39 


204 


-172 


-1.260 


0.7r 


631 


-91 


-1912 


-1539 



Percentage change from previous month 

26 
-2.1 
-22 

0.1 

-0.4 

4.0 
07 
0.8 
07 
09 
2.3 
0.6 
1.6 
1.7 
07 
0.8 
1.9 

0.7 
-30 
1.3 
4r 
0.6r 
06r 
4.0 



18 
0.3 
00 
1.2 

08 
3.1 
2.0 
1.0 

0.7 
1.8 



-0.5 
-0.6 
-1.0 

-2.5 

26 

5.4 
39 
05 

-2.0 
1.4 



-1.2 

-10.6 

-62 

84 

-3.8 
43 
1.1 

-6.0 

1.3 
1.7 



00 

1 
-1.0 

06 

06 

1 3 
25 
1.1 

-02 
39 



3.7 

19 
1.9 
1.9 

-1 4 
3.9 
1 4 
1.5 

1 6 

2 1 



1982 



1983 



1 1984 
2 



-1.5 


-5.1 


-92 


-0.8 


05 


A 1982 


1.0 


-0.3 


12.2 


0.0 


06 


S 


03 


-1.5 


72 


0.0 


0.5 


O 


1 


04 


-43 


04 


0.1 


N 


2.0 


20 


-07 


23 


2.1 


D 


-0.9 


02 


-07 


-1.2 


-33 


J 1983 


1 


10 


-0.5 


-0.1 


-1.2 


F 


1.7 


0.7 


-24 


07 


4.2 


M 


06 


2.1 


49 


-0.7 


-02 


A 


1.2 


24 


-02 


1.7 


2.0 


M 


1.7 


2.5 


4.2 


1.5 


1.1 


J 


0.5 


28 


1.0 


0.5 


-05 


J 


02 


-18 


-2.1 


04 


04 


A 


0.4 


-0.4 


-32 


05 


09 


s 


0.1 


08 


-2.9 


-0 1 


-0.1 





05 


04 


-28 


0.1 


07 


N 


1.8 


12 


4.7 


19 


1.2 


D 


0.1 


-1.2 


-07 


-1.8 


05 


J 1984 


0.5 


-1.7 


05 


00 


-0.3 


F 


03 


-1.8 


-1.1 


1.0 


09 


M 


1.3 


1.1 


0.3 


0.9 


10 


A 


1.0 


22 


2.1 


23 


08 


M 


0.9 


1 9 


1.9 


24 


02 


J 
J 



* Actual data 

Note Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns. 



Section 1 Continued 

Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 



October 1984 







Labour 


force 






Employees by industry 




Average 
hourly 
earnings 
in 
manu- 
facturing 


Average 
weekly 
hours 
in 
manu- 
facturing 


Ratio of 
manu- 
facturing 
inven- 
tories 
owned 
to ship- 
ments 


New 
passen- 
ger 
car 
sales 


Building 

permits 

total 


New 
dwelling 




Industrial 
aggre- 
gate 


Manu- 
facturing 


Con- 
struction 


Trade 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

service 


started 


quarters 

and 

months 


Total 


Employed 


Unem- 
ployed 


Unem- 
ployment 
rate 


10.000 

and 

over) 


Section 
Table 


S4/T3 


S4 T3 


S4/T3 


S4 T3 


S4 T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T9 


S4/T15 


S4/T16 


S6/T1 


S6/T13 


S8/T1 


S8/T6 



OOO's of persons 



persons 



hours 



1961 










1962 










1963 










1964 










1965 










1966 


7,493 


7.242 


251 


3.4 


1967 


7,747 


7,451 


296 


38 


1968 


7.951 


7,593 


358 


4.5 


1969 


8.194 


7,832 


362 


4.4 


1970 


8.395 


7,919 


476 


5.7 


1971 


8,639 


8,104 


535 


62 


1972 


8.897 


8.344 


553 


62 


1973 


9.276 


8,761 


515 


5.5 


1974 


9,639 


9,125 


514 


5.3 


1975 


9,974 


9.284 


690 


6.9 


1976 


10,203 


9,477 


726 


7.1 


1977 


10,500 


9,651 


849 


8.1 


1978 


10,895 


9,987 


908 


8.3 


1979 


11.231 


10.395 


836 


7.4 


1980 


1 1 .573 


10.708 


865 


7.5 


1981 


1 1 .904 


1 1 .006 


898 


7.5 


1982 


1 1 .958 


10,644 


1,314 


11.0 


1983 


12.183 


10,734 


1.448 


11.9 





units 


$000,000 


units 


2.22 


437.319 


2.244.3 


92.741 


2.15 


502.565 


2.5166 


102.008 


206 


557.787 


2.8232 


118.512 


200 


616.759 


3.2676 


133.562 


201 


708,716 


3.8096 


135.218 


2.05 


694,820 


3.715.1 


108.329 


2 14 


679,435 


4,0678 


131.858 


200 


741.915 


4,7757 


162.267 


1.98 


760.803 


4.895.6 


169,739 


2 13 


640,360 


4.700.2 


150,999 


1.98 


780,762 


5,730.1 


180.948 


1.88 


858.959 


6.463.6 


206.954 


1.81 


970.828 


8,558.9 


211.543 


1 92 


942,797 


9,280.1 


169.437 


2 12 


989,280 


10,598 


181.846 


2.02 


946,488 


12.199.3 


209.762 


1 99 


991,398 


12.4198 


200.201 


1.86 


988.890 


13.134.7 


178.678 


1 87 


1 .003.008 


14.1438 


151,717 


2.03 


932,060 


15.452 1 


125.013 


205 


904,195 


18.7355 


142,441 


222 


713.481 


12.7888 


104,792 


1.84 


843,318 


14,571.3 


134.207 



Percentage change trom previous quarter 



1982 2 


0.3 


-1.3 


179 


180 
















C) 
222 


89 


-23.3 


-284 


3 


06 


-1.3 


17,3 


162 
















2.19 


-62 


42 


-156 


4 


0.1 


-05 


5.0 


49 
















206 


59 


157 


39 .1 


1983 1 


0.1 


04 


-20 


-23 
















1 95 


-0.1 


11.1 


21 4 


2 


1.1 


14 


-0 6 


-1.6 
















1 78 


176 


-64 


220 


3 


05 


1.2 


-4.7 


-5.4 


0.6 


22 


11 8 


0.3 


-29 


0.7 


0.3 


1 76 


-56 


-02 


-32.8 


4 


-0.1 


0.4 


-4 1 


-4.0 


-0.5 


-3.1 


-126 


1 8 


3.4 


2 1 


0.0 


1.73 


144 


7.7 


-34 


1984 1 


04 


02 


20 


1.5 


-25 


-5.7 


-14 5 


-4.3 


09 


2 1 


1.0 


1 73 


5.1 


-7.0 


11.5 


2 


06 


0.5 


1.2 


1.2 


42 


3.5 


22 Of 


63 


2.7r 


1.1 


-0.5r 


1.73 


-05 


100 


-124 


3 


0.9 


1.0 


0.1 


-0.8 

























Percentage change from previous month 



1982 O 


0.3 


00 


3.2 


32 
















2.25 


-17.1 


60 


36 5 


N 


-0.3 


-02 


07 


-0 7 
















2.20 


150 


79 


178 


D 


02 


1 


1.0 


08 
















2.06 


23 1 


98 


5.0 


1983 J 


-0.3 


02 


35 


-3.1 
















1 97 


-192 


15 


96 


F 


0.4 


0.3 


1.4 


0.8 
















1.97 


-3.7 


05 


-2.1 


M 


03 


0.2 


05 


0.0 
















1.95 


197 


0.6 


10.4 


A 


0.4 


06 


08 


-08 


07 


2.2 


9.1 


0.0 


1 


0.5 


0.5 


1.90 


5.1 


74 


-4 7 


M 


0.4 


0.6 


03 


-0.8 


28 


3.1 


104 


18 


22 


03 


-0.2 


1 81 


1 


-20.8 


574 


J 


03 


0.5 


1.2 


-16 


1.5 


1.9 


97 


1.2 


-0.1 


03 


03 


1.78 


03 


18 


-33.3 


J 


0.3 


0.5 


1.6 


-16 


-1.9 


-1.0 


3.3 


-1.4 


-48 


0.0 


-07 


1.76 


-62 


68 


-209 


A 


-0.1 


0.1 


1.9 


-25 


0.3 


1.5 


-0.4 


0.1 


-03 


0.1 


1.0 


1.77 


24 


-06 


-5.1 


S 


00 


03 


3.0 


-2.5 


1.2 


-0.1 


-26 


0.9 


4.7 


0.9 


1.0 


1 76 


-42 


23 


36 


O 


-0.3 


-0.1 


1.5 


-08 


-0.1 


-12 


-29 


06 


1 1 


06 


03 


1.76 


107 


85 


-86 


N 


02 


0.3 


0.1 


-0.8 


-0.4 


-1.7 


-66 


1.3 


08 


08 


-02 


1.75 


7.7 


-28 


48 


D 


04 


04 


02 


00 


-29 


-34 


-120 


-09 


-3.5 


08 


-35 


1.73 


1.1 


-0.3 


5.5 


1984 J 


-0.3 


-0.4 


07 


09 


1 


-0.4 


-40 


-27 


24 


1.5 


32 


1.65 


23 


-1.6 


11.2 


F 


06 


05 


1.5 


09 


-08 


-3.7 


-0.5 


-25 


07 


-07 


0.5 


1 76 


-3.1 


-24 


16 


M 


-0.2 


-0.2 


0.3 


09 


02 


-0.1 


-02 


08 


06 


0.9 


00 


1.73 


48 


-83 


-16.7 


A 


02 


02 


0.1 


00 


23 


28 


95 


3.8 


1.7 


0.8 


-1.0 


1.73 


-73 


170 


-4.5 


M 


0.6 


02 


32 


26 


22 


23 


136 


2.4 


09 


0.0 


03 


1.75 


5.2 


-54 


7.7 


J 


-0.1 


04 


43 


-4.2 


1.6/ 


18 


7.1c 


32 


-08f 


0r 


0.5/- 


1 72a 


47 


132r 


-44 


J 


06 


08 


1.3 


-1.7 


-09 


-02 


25 


09 


-34 


04 


-1.2 


1 72 


07 


66 


0.9 


A 


0.1 


-0.1 


22 


18 


















-82 




25.9 


S 


07 


00 


5.8 


5.4 

























• Actual data 

Note Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 

identified at the head of the data columns 



10 



October 1984 



Section 1 /Concluded 



Selected economic indicators— analytical summary 





Value of 




Balance of payments 
basis 


Total 
railway 

revenue 
freight 

loadings 
metric 
tonnes 


Three 

month 

treasury 

bill 

yield 


Gov't of 

Canada 

average 

bond 

yield 

10 years 

and over 


Not seasonally adjusted 

Consumer price index 
All items Food 


Gross 
weighted 
industrial 

selling 
price 

index 






retail trade 


Mer- 
chandise 
exports 
(including 
re- 
exports) 




Mer- 
chandise 
imports 




Total 




Motor 
vehicles 
dealers 


quarters 

and 

months 


S10/T1 




S10/T1 


S11/T1 1 




S11/T1.2 


S12/T1 


S13/T8 


S13/T8 


S5/T2 S5/T2 


S5/T1 


Section/ 
Table 



16,073 
17.137 
18.207 
19.493 
21,155 

22,686 
24.155 
25.711 
27,401 
28,034 

30,648 
33.930 
38.335 
44,751 
51,399 

57,167 
61.651 
68.779 
77,025 
84,027 

94.293 
97,639 
106,243 



$000,000 




) 


000 tonnes 


2,599 






130,448 


2,957 






135.028 


3,312 






147,761 


3,612 






174.069 


4,175 






179,867 


4,338 






188.672 


4,433 






185.927 


4,714 






192.458 


4,796 






183.270 


4.197 






207.211 


4,925 


17,877 


15.314.0 


213.120 


5.663 


20,129 


18.272.0 


213.851 


7,422 


25.461.0 


22.726.0 


218,246 


8,303 


32.5909 


30.902.0 


222,032 


10,184 


33,510.5 


33,962.0 


207,477 


1 1 ,058 


38,1657 


36.6070 


218,869 


11.750 


44.497.8 


41,523.2 


227,805 


13.480 


53.362.1 


49.047.1 


219,598 


15.421 


65,581 6 


61,157.0 


238.094 


15.698 


76.6809 


67,902.4 


236.163 


16,547 


84.4684 


77,139.9 


229,979 


14,413 


84.539.6 


66,726.3 


199,721 


17,198 


90,8250 


73,119.9 


207,093 



% 

2.83 

4.01 
3.57 
3 74 
397 

500 
4.59 
6.24 

7 14 
6.12 

3.62 
3.55 
5.39 
778 
837 

8.89 

7 35 

8.58 

11.57 

12.70 

17.78 

13.83 

932 



% 

505 
5.11 
5.09 
5.18 
5.21 

5.69 
594 
6.75 

758 
791 

695 
723 
7.56 
890 
904 

9 18 

8.70 

9.27 

10.21 

12.48 

15.22 
14.26 
11 79 



( 1981 



100 



31.6 


32.0 


326 


33.2 


340 


35.2 


365 


38.0 


397 


41 


42.2 


44.2 


47.6 


52.8 


58.5 


62.9 


67.9 


73.9 


80.7 


889 


100.0 


1108 


117.2 



) 


( 1971 =100 


262 


82.4 


26.7 


83.3 


275 


84.4 


28.0 


85.1 


28 7 


86.2 


306 


88.7 


31 


90.4 


32.0 


92.3 


33.3 


958 


34.1 


98.1 


34 4 


100 


370 


1044 


424 


116.1 


494 


138.1 


55.8 


153.7 


573 


161.6 


620 


174.3 


71.6 


190 4 


81 


2179 


89.8 


247 2 


000 


2724 


07.2 


2888 


11.2 


298.8 



1961 
1962 
1963 
1964 
1965 

1966 
1967 
1968 
1969 
1970 

1971 
1972 
1973 
1974 
1975 

1976 
1977 
1978 
1979 
1980 

1981 
1982 
1983 



Percentage change from previous quarter 



-0.6 
2.2 
03 

1.2 

3.1 
2.6 
2.5 
22 

1.8 

25r 



-11.9 
-0.4 
06 
00 

6.3 

11.4 

1.7 

95 

49 
5.1 



-23 
1.8 
36 

-84 

46 
52 
1.9 

9.4 

8.2a 
4.4r 



-9.2 


-2.2 


1.0 


-85 


83 


05 


107 


9.3 


8.6r 


1 7r 



-7.4 

00 

-15.7 

29 

3.2 
25 
64 
82 

04 
23 



C) 
14.83 
1606 
13.15 
10.25 

921 
9.24 
926 
969 

10.22 
11.74 



(*) 

15 06 

16 03 
13.48 
11.69 

11 70 
11.56 
11 76 
12.02 

13.06 
1381 



2.5 
3.1 

22 
1.6 

06 
1.4 
1.6 
09 

1.2 
09 



1.9 
4.1 
1.9 
-1.0 

04 
22 
0.9 
0.1 

3.0 
1.4 



1.4 


1 


1.9 


2 


08 


3 


03 


4 


07 


1 


1.5 


2 


09 


3 


04 


4 


1.6 


1 


1.2 


2 



1982 



1983 



1984 



Percentage change from previous month 



0.0 


20 


4.1 


-4.5 


7.1 


13.15 


1348 


0.5 


-0.8 


0.7 


S 1982 


-0.6 


-7.3 


-11.7 


-76 


4.3 


11.54 


1263 


0.6 


-0.2 


-0.1 


O 


1.0 


5.2 


-1.4 


-1.0 


-3.7 


10.72 


12.18 


07 


0.3 


-02 


N 


1.3 


1.0 


7.9 


90 


4.3 


10 25 


11.69 


0.0 


-0.3 


03 


D 


03 


2.3 


-12 


1 4 


24 


9.53 


12 28 


-02 


-02 


1 


J 1983 


0.7 


-2.1 


-0.3 


-03 


-32 


940 


11.80 


0.4 


0.6 


0.3 


F 


3.5 


9.1 


4.6 


47 


4.4 


9.21 


11.70 


1.0 


-02 


0.6 


M 


-3.8 


1.1 


2 1 


-3.5 


-1.4 


9.22 


11.18 


0.0 


10 


0.6 


A 


4.6 


6.8 


-09 


1.0 


3.1 


9.12 


11.30 


0.3 


1.6 


05 


M 


3.2 


0.7 


28 


1.8 


06 


9.24 


11.56 


1.1 


02 


0.3 


J 


-03 


04 


-3.7 


23 


-7.8 


9.25 


12.03 


0.4 


0.6 


0.4 


J 


1.1 


-1.8 


63 


7.9 


157 


9.35 


12.34 


0.5 


0.0 


0.3 


A 


0.3 


-02 


0.4 


3.6 


89 


926 


11.76 


00 


-0.9 


0.0 


S 


2.6 


100 


3.3 


2.1 


-0.8 


9.22 


11.73 


0.6 


1.1 


0.2 


O 


-08 


0.2 


3.4 


07 


-25 


9.31 


11.80 


0.0 


-0.5 


0.1 


N 


1.0 


0.5 


39 


46 


0.8 


969 


12.02 


0.3 


0.4 


0.4 


D 


1.7 


32 


48r 


0.6c 


4.1 


973 


11 92 


0.5 


1.9 


0.8 


J 1984 


-0.5 


24 


-4.9r 


3.4r 


-2.1 


977 


12.40 


0.6 


1.1 


04 


F 


-03 


-1.0 


93r 


6.9f 


-5.5 


10 22 


1306 


02 


0.8 


0.7 


M 


3.6 


6.0 


-42 


-7.8r 


7.9 


10.56 


13.31 


02 


0.3 


0.6 


A 


-2.1 


-2.1 


78c 


10.1r 


2.8 


11.27 


1393 


0.2 


-0.3 


0.0 


M 


1.1/ 


1.7r 


-1.8r 


-59 


-7.5 


11.74 


13.81 


0.4 


1.3 


0.1 


J 


09 


-1.0 


4. Or 


3.4r 


9.2 


1281 


13.41 


0.6 


09 


0.5 


J 


-1.3 


-20 


39 


14.0 


24 


12.21 


1289 


0.0 


-0.7 


0.0 


A 


* Actual data 























Note: Percentage changes are based on seasonally adjusted data unless otherwise indicated Monthly and quarterly series and their CANSIM identifiers appear in Sections and Tables 
identified at the head of the data columns. 



11 



Section 1 /Concluded 

Business leading indicators for Canada, filtered data 1 



October 1984 





Composite 
10 leading 


index of 
ndicators 


Average 
work week 
manufactur- 
ing (hours) 


Residential 

construction 

index 1 


United 

States 

composite 

leading 

index 


Real 

money 

supply 

(M1)' 


New orders 

durable 

goods 


Retail 

trade 

furniture 

and 

appliance 

sales 


New motor 

vehicle 

sales 


Ratio 
shipments 
finished 
inventories 
manufac- 
turing 


Index 

of 

stock 

prices* 


Percentage 

change in 

price per 

unit labour 

cost manu- 


Month 


filtered 


not filtered 


facturing 


D 


99475 


99540 


99476 


99477 


99478 


99479 


99480 


99481 


99482 


99483 


99484 


99485 




( 1971 = 


= 100 ) 




1971 =100 


1967=100 


( $1971 


millions ) 


( $1971 thousands ) 






% 


1982 J 


113.99 


111.7 


37.74 


53 .1 


135 33 


9,919.2 


2.550.1 


79.666 


392,583 


1 34 


1.233.2 


-0 98 


A 


112 95 


1136 


37.68 


492 


135.57 


9,8289 


2,553.3 


78.640 


386,140 


1 35 


1,217.6 


-0.91 


S 


112.45 


113.7 


37.57 


46.3 


136 04 


9,7364 


2,534 8 


78,140 


384.886 


1 36 


1,222 2 


-079 





112.59 


115.7 


37.49 


46 1 


136.72 


9,646.6 


2,486.3 


78,537 


374.912 


1 36 


1 ,260 1 


-065 


N 


113 38 


1179 


37 42 


49.4 


13751 


9,5654 


2.459.4 


79,535 


371,142 


1 35 


1,328.0 


-0.50 


D 


114.98 


121.8 


37.38 


546 


138.43 


9.561 2 


2.409 6 


81.274 


380,986 


1 36 


1,428.2 


-038 


1983 J 


117.61 


1276 


37 42 


623 


139 86 


9,6109 


2.400 9 


83,792 


386,994 


1.37 


1.543.2 


-0.26 


F 


120 87 


130.3 


37 53 


698 


141 74 


9,714.3 


2,4103 


85,922 


387.899 


1.38 


1,665.4 


-0 13 


M 


124.31 


1323 


37 69 


777 


144.03 


9.817.3 


2.420 


87,037 


395,017 


1.40 


1,782.4 




A 


128.11 


137.5 


37.86 


85 1 


146 53 


9,921 3 


2.445.8 


87,533 


408,951 


1.42 


1,899.8 


0.15 


M 


132 12 


141.4 


3802 


905 


14905 


10,030.4 


2,499.0 


89,181 


423.982 


1.45 


2,003.9 


0.31 


J 


13578 


141 9 


38.15 


91 9 


151 63 


10,111 6 


2.554 9 


91,449 


437,727 


1 49 


2,082 8 


0.45 


J 


139 22 


145.4 


3826 


90.5 


154 04 


10,177 7 


2.613 


95,701 


448,383 


1.52 


2,136.9 


056 


A 


142.15 


146.0 


3840 


866 


156.12 


10,2182 


2,693.8 


99,799 


457.962 


1.55 


2,172.7 


064 


S 


14481 


149.2 


38 52 


820 


157.93 


10,255.9 


2.981.5 


101,884 


464.341 


1.58 


2,197.1 


0.69 


o 


146.83 


148.3 


38 60 


77 6 


159 65 


10.268.1 


3.136.0 


103.184 


471,967 


1.59 


2,203.4 


0.72 


N 


14865 


151.5 


3866 


73.7 


161.11 


10,272.0 


3,227.1 


103,786 


488,815 


1.61 


2,220.9 


0.74 


D 


150.30 


153.1 


38 68 


700 


162 33 


10,262.8 


3,254.5 


104,276 


507.805 


1 62 


2.245.1 


0.77 


1984 J 


152.11 


156.6 


3866 


680 


163 32 


10.245.5 


3.289 5 


104,270 


530,857 


1.64 


2,260.2 


0.81 


F 


153 87 


157.2 


38 65 


67 4 


164 40 


10.212.3 


3.279 5 


103,911 


548.624 


1 65 


2.256.5 


087 


M 


155.77 


1604 


38 65 


670 


165 43 


10.191 7 


3.268.9 


103.919 


563,112 


1.66 


2.2355 


095 


A 


157 47 


1602 


38 60 


665 


166 42 


10.186 4 


3.246.1 


104,198 


569,442 


1 67 


2,196.2 


1 03 


M 


158.87 


1604 


38.57 


665 


167.32 


10,188 6 


3.250.7 


103.765 


573,238 


1.67 


2,141.4 


1.09 


J 


159.81 


159.8 


3860 


67 


167 75 


10,1837 


3,271.8 


102.820 


575,776 


1 67 


2.087.3 


1.11 



'In general the term filtering refers to removing, or filtering out, movements of the data thai repeat themselves with roughly the same frequency 'Composite Index of Housing Starts 
(units). Building Permits (dollars), and Mortgage Loan Approvals (number) 3 Deflated by the Consumer Price Index 'Toronto Stock Exchange (300 Stock Index excluding oil and gas 
component). 



12 



Section 2 ■ Population Statistics 

14 1. Population by Province 

14 2. Immigration to Canada, by Country of Last Permanent Residence 

15 3. Immigration to Canada, by Province of (Intended) Destination 

15 4. Immigration to Canada, by (Intended) Occupational Group 

16 5. Births, by Province 
16 6. Deaths, by Province 
16 7. Marriages, by Province 



13 



Section 2 


—Tables 1 


and 2 




















October 


1984 


Table 1: 


Population, 1 


by province (thousands) 




















Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 2 


Nfld. 


PEI 


NS 


NB 


Que. 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta' 


BC> 


Yukon N W T 


D 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


It 


12 


13 


1983 June 


24,8859 


576.2 


123.9 


859 3 


706 6 


6,5149 


8,81b 


1 ,046 3 


992.0 


2,353.8 


2.826.0 


22.2 


48.6 


1984 June 


25.127.9 


579.5 


125.3 


869.9 


7133 


6,5490 


8,9374 


1,056 5 


1,006.2 


2.3488 


2.870 7 


21 8 


49.4 


1981 July 


24,3662 


5676 


1228 


8474 


696 6 


6,441 5 


8,6294 


1 .026 9 


969.1 


2.2464 


2,749 .1 


233 


46.0 


Oct 


24.441 9 


5683 


122.7 


8493 


696 3 


6.4506 


8,6476 


1.027 8 


972.5 


2.2725 


2,764 4 


23.4 


465 


1982 Jan 


24,511.8 


567 4 


122.6 


850 3 


696 6 


6,4605 


8,671 7 


1,030.1 


975.2 


2.291 2 


2.776 1 


235 


46.5 


Apr 


24,579.3 


5680 


122.5 


8507 


6976 


6,471.1 


8.6980 


1.032 9 


977.5 


2,306 .1 


2,7843 


23.6 


47.0 


July 


24.6565 


569 1 


122.7 


8526 


699 6 


6,4839 


8.7243 


1,035.2 


980 .1 


2,3236 


2.7943 


23.6 


47.5 


Oct. 


24.724.1 


571.5 


123.1 


855.2 


701.5 


6.4900 


8,7506 


1.037.3 


983 5 


2.3360 


2,8036 


236 


48 1 


1983 Jan. 


24,784.1 


573.2 


123.4 


856.8 


703.6 


6,494,4 


8,776.6 


1,040.9 


987 8 


2.3436 


2,812.4 


23.0 


48.4 


Apr 


24,8434 


574.4 


123.6 


8585 


705.3 


6.507.8 


8,7996 


1,044 


9902 


2,349 1 


2.8200 


22.3 


486 


July 


24,904.2 


5769 


124.1 


860 2 


707 5 


6.518.1 


8,8225 


1.047.4 


993 3 


2,3543 


2,8292 


22 1 


48.7 


Oct. 


24,9656 


579.1 


124.4 


8632 


709.1 


6,5246 


8,8562 


1.048.8 


996 8 


2,351.3 


2,841.1 


22.0 


48.9 


1984 Jan. 


25,022.2 


579.4 


124.6 


866 1 


7105 


6.5293 


8,8870 


1,051.5 


1 .000 


2.3489 


2.8542 


21 6 


490 


Apr 


25.0820 


5789 


125.0 


868 1 


712.3 


6,540.1 


8,916 8 


1,054.4 


1 .003 3 


2,349 1 


2.8632 


21 7 


49.3 



'As of the first of each month Quarterly and annual data from 1951 to April 1, 1981 are intercensal estimates, final postcensal estimates from July 1. 1981 to April 1, 1982. updated 
postcensal estimates from July 1, 1982 to October 1, 1983 and preliminary postcensal estimates for January 1984 For an explanation of population estimates methodology and data 
sources see catalogue (91-201) and (91-0011 'These estimates have been modified due to a revision in the number of births for January to December 1983 
Sources: Quarterly Estimates of Population tor Canada and Provinces (91-001). Annual Estimates of Population for Canada and Provinces at June 1st (91-201), 
Statistics Canada. 



Table 2: Immigration to Canada, by country of last permanent residence 



Year 




United 


























and 




Kingdom 






Nether- 








Other 




Austra- 


United 


West 


All 


quarter 


Total 


& Ireland 


France 


Germany 


lands 


Greece 


Italy 


Portugal 


Europe 


Asia 


lasia 


States 


Indies 


other 


D 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37 


38 


39 


40 


1982 


121.147 


17,075 


2,393 


4.425 


1.827 


885 


1.506 


1.388 


16.657 


41 .686 


938 


9,360 


8.630 


14.377 


1983 


88.846 


5,991 


1,643 


2.513 


670 


601 


819 


813 


1 1 .094 


36.734 


474 


7,325 


7.123 


13.046 


1981 2 


31.443 


6.034 


549 


532 


515 


228 


447 


570 


2.793 


1 1 .786 


311 


2.628 


1,592 


3,458 


3 


35.887 


6,382 


681 


606 


606 


233 


523 


435 


3.115 


14.337 


403 


2.821 


2.277 


3,468 


4 


34.531 


5.086 


445 


669 


400 


310 


527 


452 


4.771 


12.074 


292 


2.792 


3.337 


3,376 


1982 1 


29,659 


4.708 


455 


755 


434 


239 


415 


413 


3.673 


10.453 


242 


2,242 


2.326 


3,304 


2 


35,071 


5.386 


645 


1.183 


758 


226 


448 


460 


4.391 


12.049 


298 


2.536 


2.461 


4.230 


3 


29,658 


4,406 


794 


1.439 


437 


178 


349 


237 


4.100 


10.100 


222 


2.253 


1.838 


3.305 


4 


26.759 


2.575 


499 


1.048 


198 


242 


294 


278 


4,493 


9.084 


176 


2.329 


2.005 


3.538 


1983 1 


21.952 


1,699 


424 


718 


143 


190 


246 


237 


2,845 


8.003 


121 


1.941 


1.874 


3,511 


2 


21.490 


1,421 


389 


685 


203 


128 


216 


200 


2.765 


8.804 


91 


1,697 


1.836 


3,055 


3 


22.606 


1.547 


482 


695 


169 


130 


152 


153 


2.049 


9,698 


114 


1,883 


1.810 


3.724 


4 


22.798 


1.324 


348 


415 


155 


153 


205 


223 


3.435 


10,229 


148 


1,804 


1.603 


2.756 



1984 1 



18.306 



1.053 



238 



309 



135 



118 



187 



1.983 



8,607 



1.315 



1.113 



2.943 



Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



14 



October 1984 

Table 3: Immigration to Canada, by province of destination 



Section 2— Tables 3 and 4 



Year 
and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nfld 


P.E.I. 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta. 


B.C. 


Yukon. 
N.W.T. 


D 


74 


75 


76 


77 


78 


79 


80 


81 


82 


83 


84 


85 



1982 


121,147 


406 


165 


1,256 


751 


21,336 


53,049 


4.931 


2,125 


17,949 


18,999 


180 


1983 


88,846 


275 


105 


829 


552 


16,275 


39,899 


3,977 


1,731 


10.666 


14,405 


132 


1981 2 


31.443 


118 


41 


366 


310 


4,541 


13,962 


1,316 


585 


4.502 


5,649 


53 


3 


35,887 


147 


36 


391 


265 


5,550 


15.538 


1.444 


619 


5.607 


6,238 


52 


4 


34,531 


95 


32 


380 


232 


6,953 


14.256 


1,281 


617 


5.225 


5,429 


31 


1982 1 


29,659 


93 


45 


336 


190 


5,475 


12.446 


1,117 


500 


4,524 


4.888 


45 


2 


35.071 


87 


37 


360 


196 


6,023 


15.570 


1,316 


610 


5.252 


5.560 


60 


3 


29,658 


97 


42 


281 


196 


5,188 


13,030 


1,295 


596 


4.531 


4.353 


49 


4 


26,759 


129 


41 


279 


169 


4,650 


12,003 


1,203 


419 


3,642 


4.198 


26 


1983 1 


21,952 


64 


19 


166 


113 


4,510 


9.821 


891 


409 


2,565 


3,373 


21 


2 


21,490 


59 


34 


206 


179 


4,000 


9.454 


1,061 


459 


2.718 


3.282 


38 


3 


22,606 


67 


27 


228 


149 


4.187 


10.106 


1.017 


412 


2.695 


3.690 


28 


4 


22,798 


85 


25 


229 


111 


3,578 


10.518 


1,008 


451 


2,688 


4.060 


45 



1984 1 



18,306 



52 



16 



115 



3.159 



8.107 



872 



434 



2,358 



2,997 



25 



Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



Table 4: Immigration to Canada, by (intended) occupational group' 















Destined 


to the labour force 










Not destined to 


the labour 


force 






Profes- 




Commer- 




Transport 




Mining 












Students 




Year 


Total 




sional 




cial 


Service 


and 




and 












(18 years 




and 


immi- 


Mana- 


and 




and fi- 


and re- 


communi- 


Agricul- 


quarry- 


Manufac- 


La- 


Sub- 






and 


Sub- 


quarter 


gration 


gerial 2 


technical 


Clerical 


nancial 


creation 


cation 


ture 


ing 3 


turing* 


bourers 


total' 


Spouses" 


Children 


over)' 


total" 


D 


55 


56 


57 


58 


59 


60 


61 


62 


63 


64 


65 


66 


67 


68 


69 


70 


1982 


121,147 


4,015 


14,692 


6,157 


2,087 


4.312 


777 


2.187 


164 


1 1 .097 


668 


55.472 


17,808 


12.964 


22.675 


65,675 


1983 


88,846 


2,429 


7,078 


3,520 


1,496 


3,859 


612 


1,415 


115 


6.790 


432 


37,025 


15.400 


7.324 


18.245 


51.821 


1981 2 


31,443 


931 


3,139 


1,900 


583 


1.118 


152 


833 


72 


3.041 


159 


13.854 


4,734 


4.383 


5,078 


17,589 


3 


35,887 


1.148 


3,901 


1,951 


588 


1.056 


141 


847 


40 


2.979 


187 


15.193 


5,414 


4,794 


6,607 


20,694 


4 


34,531 


963 


3,858 


1,738 


555 


1,182 


220 


721 


47 


3.432 


177 


16.011 


4,914 


4,060 


5,708 


18,520 


1982 1 


29,659 


980 


3.603 


1,631 


463 


1,115 


210 


581 


33 


2.928 


175 


14,301 


4.249 


3,418 


4,962 


15.358 


2 


35.071 


1,153 


4.420 


1,767 


599 


1,223 


188 


699 


64 


3.288 


187 


16,257 


5,164 


3,818 


6,241 


18.814 


3 


29.658 


1,126 


3,889 


1,480 


567 


948 


175 


452 


30 


2.492 


147 


13,000 


4,350 


3,227 


6.303 


16.658 


4 


26.759 


756 


2,780 


1,279 


458 


1,026 


204 


455 


37 


2,389 


159 


11,914 


4,045 


2,501 


5.169 


14.845 


1983 1 


21.952 


595 


1,773 


915 


363 


1,114 


131 


356 


29 


1.538 


122 


9,517 


3,617 


1,836 


4,376 


12.435 


2 


21,490 


544 


1,750 


886 


357 


850 


166 


381 


26 


1.683 


87 


9.158 


3.551 


1,761 


4,305 


12.332 


3 


22,606 


647 


1,813 


879 


391 


800 


131 


339 


28 


1.583 


95 


9.037 


4,033 


1.779 


5,106 


13.569 


4 


22,798 


643 


1,742 


840 


385 


1,095 


184 


339 


32 


1.986 


128 


9.313 


4.199 


1.948 


4,458 


13.485 



1984 1 



18,306 



427 



1,299 



635 



329 



1.103 



104 



292 



24 



1,543 



76 



8.203 3,014 



1.409 3.438 10.103 



'The occupational status of the majority of the persons destined to the labour force is determined by immigration officials by an examination of documentary evidence provided by the 
immigrants The classification of occupations is similar to that used in the 1971 Census, see Occupational Classification Manual. Census of Canada, 1971. Catalogue Number 12-536E, 
Vol. I "Beginning with 1978. this is subdivided into entrepreneurs and managers-administrators For breakdown refer to CANSIM main base 'Includes logging, fishing, trapping and 
hunting 'Includes mechanical and construction "Includes a small number in non-specified occupations "Beginning with 1978 includes fiances and fiancees 'Does not include 
students entering Canada on students' visas "Includes also retired persons, elderly dependents, and other unspecified persons. 
Source: Employment and Immigration Canada. 



15 



Section 2— Tables 5-7 

Table 5: Births, 1 by province (number) 



1984 1 



94.940 



2,000 



470 



3,020 



2,800 



23,860 



33.000 



4.530 



3.750 



10,330 



10,850 



October 1984 



Year and 
quarter 


Canada 


Nlld 


PEI 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


144 


145 


146 


147 


148 


149 


150 


151 


152 


153 


154 


155 


156 



1982 


373,082 


9,173 


1.924 


12,325 


10,489 


90,800 


124,856 


16,123 


17.722 


45,036 


42,747 


525 


1,362 


1983 


368,220 


9,630 


1,960 


12,090 


10,590 


90,140 


125.490 


16,500 


16.300 


42,570 


41,170 


530 


1.250 


1981 2 


95.859 


2,601 


460 


3.154 


2,642 


24,905 


31.469 


4,128 


4,524 


10,900 


10,619 


132 


325 


3 


96.005 


2,608 


501 


3,180 


2,656 


24,444 


31.835 


4.038 


4,309 


11,126 


10,820 


153 


335 


4 


89.361 


2,305 


452 


2.850 


2,580 


22,384 


29,636 


3.999 


4.180 


10,388 


10.151 


132 


304 


1982 1 


90.867 


2,366 


467 


2.931 


2.473 


22.746 


29.466 


4,016 


4.381 


10,948 


10.604 


136 


333 


2 


96,136 


2.314 


504 


3.212 


2.691 


23.663 


32.183 


3,977 


4.489 


1 1 ,554 


1 1 .089 


126 


334 


3 


96,022 


2.374 


472 


3.134 


2,726 


22,976 


32,496 


4.178 


4,550 


1 1 .732 


10.882 


149 


353 


4 


89,857 


2.119 


481 


3.048 


2.599 


21.215 


30,711 


3,952 


4,302 


10,802 


10.172 


114 


342 


1983 1 


90,260 


2.040 


500 


2,970 


2.620 


23.700 


31 .320 


4.360 


3.780 


8,690 


9.860 


130 


290 


2 


91.310 


3.040 


520 


3.100 


2.840 


22.690 


29,700 


4.210 


4.510 


10.470 


9.760 


140 


330 


3 


95.420 


2.420 


470 


3.010 


2.560 


23.190 


33.080 


3,970 


4.140 


1 1 ,280 


10,820 


130 


350 


4 


91.230 


2.130 


470 


3,010 


2.570 


20,560 


31.390 


3,960 


3.870 


12,130 


10.730 


130 


280 



110 



220 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported tor 200 Quebec births. 

Table 6: Deaths, by province (number) 



Year and 




























quarter 


Canada 


Nfld 


PEI 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


157 


158 


159 


160 


161 


162 


163 


164 


165 


166 


167 


168 


169 


1982 


174,413 


3,385 


980 


6,941 


5,197 


43.497 


63,696 


8.490 


8,202 


12,968 


20,707 


118 


232 


1983 


175,760 


3,140 


1,000 


6,930 


5,280 


44.430 


66,440 


8.480 


7,410 


12,130 


20,160 


120 


240 


1981 2 


41.762 


833 


215 


1,689 


1,205 


10,537 


15,247 


2,068 


1,866 


3,122 


4,898 


36 


46 


3 


41,624 


793 


232 


1,663 


1,236 


10,444 


15.105 


2,228 


1.850 


3,138 


4.841 


47 


47 


4 


43,992 


827 


267 


1,747 


1,388 


10,808 


16.172 


2,256 


1.953 


3,415 


5.063 


37 


59 


1982 1 


43,955 


888 


245 


1.771 


1,218 


1 1 ,009 


16,146 


2,153 


2.025 


3,233 


5,181 


27 


59 


2 


42,781 


814 


263 


1.742 


1,309 


10,603 


15,524 


2,142 


1.994 


3.216 


5.080 


30 


64 


3 


42,045 


772 


248 


1,673 


1,266 


10,645 


15,536 


2,029 


1,881 


3,069 


4,825 


32 


69 


4 


45.632 


911 


224 


1,755 


1,404 


1 1 ,240 


16,490 


2,166 


2,302 


3,450 


5,621 


29 


40 


1983 1 


45.030 


990 


270 


1,720 


1.480 


11,160 


17,140 


2,260 


1.920 


2,740 


5.270 


30 


50 


2 


42.010 


620 


240 


1,740 


1.220 


12.270 


15,050 


1,940 


1,830 


3,020 


3.990 


30 


60 


3 


42.220 


700 


260 


1.690 


1,190 


9.930 


15,550 


2,210 


1,870 


3,030 


5.680 


30 


80 


4 


46.500 


830 


230 


1,780 


1.390 


11.070 


18.700 


2,070 


1,790 


3,340 


5.220 


30 


50 



1984 1 



44,040 



900 



280 



1,620 



1,410 



12,080 



16.060 



2,110 



1.930 



2,700 



4,870 



30 



50 



Table 7: 


Marriages, 1 by province (number) 






















Year and 
quarter 


Canada Nfld P E 1 


NS 


NB 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


BC 


Yukon 


N.W.T. 


D 


170 171 172 


173 


174 


175 


176 


177 


178 


179 


180 


181 


182 



1982 


188,323 


3,727 


855 


6,486 


4,923 


38,356 


71,595 


8.264 


7.491 


22,312 


23.831 


225 


258 


1983 


179.490 


3,250 


940 


6,270 


4,660 


38.750 


69,590 


8.060 


7.480 


18.910 


21,060 


240 


280 


1981 2 


53.791 


944 


189 


1.688 


1,368 


1 1 .875 


20,279 


2,284 


2.096 


6,112 


6,830 


56 


70 


3 


74.229 


1,508 


428 


2.774 


2.261 


18,941 


26,157 


3,089 


2.832 


7,617 


8,460 


85 


77 


4 


41,779 


858 


166 


1.460 


1.069 


7,153 


16,183 


1,924 


1.688 


5,176 


5.961 


60 


81 


1982 1 


19,075 


400 


76 


620 


345 


2.661 


7.569 


848 


671 


2.784 


3,031 


28 


42 


2 


52.703 


842 


178 


1,618 


1.265 


10.888 


20.645 


2.287 


2.140 


6.269 


6,439 


61 


71 


3 


74,456 


1.589 


420 


2,803 


2,275 


17.646 


26.754 


3,267 


2,948 


8.157 


8,437 


82 


78 


4 


41.885 


896 


181 


1,445 


1.038 


6,957 


16.627 


1.862 


1,732 


5,102 


5,924 


54 


67 


1983 1 


19.250 


310 


90 


620 


330 


3,880 


7.020 


700 


610 


2,670 


2,930 


40 


50 


2 


45,410 


740 


200 


1,260 


1,090 


9,780 


18,920 


2,640 


2,270 


4,230 


4,170 


40 


70 


3 


72,430 


1.210 


460 


2.900 


2,220 


17,740 


26,700 


2,910 


2,940 


6,870 


8,300 


100 


80 


4 


42,400 


990 


190 


1.490 


1,020 


7,350 


16,950 


1,810 


1,660 


5.140 


5,660 


60 


80 



1984 1 



19,590 



330 



100 



610 



350 



3,860 



7.340 



710 



640 



2.600 



2,930 



40 



80 



'Monthly figures do not add to total shown because month was not reported for 204 marriages in Quebec 
Source: Vital Statistics (84-001). (84-205) and (84-206). Statistics Canada. 



16 



Section 3 ■ System of National Accounts 

1. Income and Expenditure Accounts 

18 1.1 National Income and Gross National Product 

18 1.2 Gross National Expenditure 

19 1.3 Gross National Expenditure, Constant Dollars 

19 1.4 Sources of Personal Income 

20 1.5 Disposition of Personal Income 

20 1 .6 Sources and Disposition of Gross Saving 

21 1.7 Government Revenue, Expenditure, and Surplus or Deficit, by Level of Government 
25 1.8 Implicit Price Indexes, Gross National Expenditure 

25 1.9 Relation between Gross National Product at Market Prices and 

Gross Domestic Product at Factor Cost 

2. Domestic Product by Industry 

26 2.1 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Quarterly 

27 2.2 Gross Domestic Product by Industry of Origin, Monthly 

3. Balance of International Payments 

32 3.1 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, All Countries 

33 3.2 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Current Account, Area Distribution 

34 3.3 Canadian Balance of International Payments, Capital Account, All Countries 



17 



Section 3— Tables 1.1 and 1.2 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.1: National income and gross national product (millions of dollars) 



October 1984 































GNP at 






























market 




Wages, 










Accr'd 


Net 














prices 




salaries. 










net 


income of 








Capital 






excl. 




and 




Corpo- 


Deduct 


Interest 


income 


non-farm 




Net 




consump 






accrued 




supple- 


Military 


ration 


dividends 


& misc 


of farm 


un-incorp 




national 


Indirect 


allow- 






net 


Year 


mentary 


pay and 


protits 


paid 


invest- 


operators 


business 


Inventory 


income 


taxes 


ances 


Residual 


GNP at 


income 


and 


labour 


allow- 


before 


to non- 


ment 


from farm 


incl. 


valuation 


at factor 


less 


& misc 


error of 


market 


of farm 


quarter 


income 


ances 


taxes' 


residents' 


income 3 


prod ' 


rent' 


adjust .* 


cost 


subsidies 


val ad| 


estimate 


prices 


operators 


D 


40000 


40001 


40002 


40003 


40004 


40005 


40006 


40007 


40008 


40009 


40010 


40011 


40548 


40013 


D 


40240 


40241 


40242 


40243 


40244 


40245 


40246 


40247 


40248 


40249 


40250 


40251 


40551 


40253 


19B2 


207,594 


2,176 


21.110 


-3,611 


28.848 


4,039 


14.842 


-2,631 


272,367 


40,356 


44,650 


929 


358,302 


354.263 


1983 


218,963 


2,375 


32.684 


-2.646 


30.245 


3,572 


18.333 


-2.400 


301,126 


41.417 


47.519 


278 


390,340 


386,768 



Unadjusted tor seasonality 



983 1 


51,492 


566 


6.681 


-559 


7.677 


-1.374 


3.707 


-663 


67.527 


10,109 


1 1 .394 


-659 


88.371 


89,745 


2 


54,962 


595 


8.281 


-641 


7.021 


-874 


4,671 


-1.016 


72.999 


9.835 


11.599 


286 


94,719 


95,593 


3 


56,309 


605 


8.533 


-607 


7.530 


6.501 


5,157 


-546 


83,482 


10.797 


12.058 


51 


106,388 


99,887 


4 


56,200 


609 


9.189 


-839 


8.017 


-681 


4,798 


-175 


77,118 


10,676 


12.468 


600 


100,862 


101,543 


984 1 


55.133 


631 


9.425 


-910 


8.475 


-1.433 


4,247 


-1.053 


74.515 


11,565 


12.411 


-1.309 


97.182 


98,615 


2 


58.076 


658 


10.187 


-815 


8.449 


-1.035 


5.160 


-719 


79.961 


10,024 


12.796 


29 


102,810 


103,845 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


21 1 ,296 


2.296 


28.340 


-2,648 


29,544 


3,512 


16.948 


-1.704 


287.584 


39.396 


46, 1 92 


1,100 


374,272 


370.760 


2 


217,808 


2,332 


31,628 


-2,964 


29,628 


3,520 


18.436 


-3.580 


296.808 


41,436 


46,560 


444 


385.248 


381.728 


3 


222.264 


2,412 


34,928 


-2,752 


30,472 


3,764 


18.980 


-2.356 


307.712 


42,460 


48.652 


-124 


398.700 


394.936 


4 


224,484 


2,460 


35.840 


-2.220 


31,336 


3,492 


18.968 


-1.960 


312.400 


42,376 


48,672 


-308 


403.140 


399.648 


1984 1 


226,240 


2.564 


39,728 


-4,312 


32.912 


3,324 


19.436 


-3.488 


316.404 


44,548 


50.304 


-444 


410.812 


407.488 


2 


230,064 


2,576 


39,444 


-3,828 


35,268 


3,584 


19.852 


-2.368 


324.592 


43,036 


51.340 


-96 


418.872 


415.288 



'Excludes profits (net of losses) of government business enterprises 'Includes the withholding tax applicable to this item 'Includes profits (net of losses) of government business 
enterprises and interest and miscellaneous investment income of government 'Includes value of physical change in farm inventories The seasonally adjusted data includes an arbitrary 
smoothing of crop production and standard seasonal adjustment for withdrawals of grain from farm stocks and the change in other farm-held inventories Because of the arbitrary ele- 
ment, too precise an interpretation should not be given the seasonally adjusted figures 'Includes net income of independent professional practitioners "See footnote 4. Table 1 .2. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001). Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.2: Gross national expenditure (millions of dollars) 

























Value of 
change in 


physical 
inventories 














































Personal 


ment 


















Business 














expend- 


































expend- 
iture 


































consu- 








Resi- 


Non- 


Machin- 








grain in 


Exports 


imports 




national 






mer 


on 








dential 


resi- 


ery 








commer- 


of 


of 


Residual 


expend- 


Year 




goods 


goods 




Govern- 




con- 


dential 


and 




Govern- 




cial 


goods 


goods 


error 


iture at 


and 




and 


and ser- 




ment 




struc- 


construc- 


equip- 




ment 


Non- 


chan- 


and ser- 


and 


of esti- 


market 


quarte 




services 


vices' 


Total 


total' 


Total 


tion 


tion 


ment 


Total 


total 


farm* 


nels' 


vices 


services 


mate 


prices 




D 


40014 


40015 


40016 


40017 


40021 


40022 


40023 


40024 


40025 


40026 


40027 


40028 


40029 


40030 


40031 


40548 




D 


40254 


40255 


40256 


40257 


40261 


40262 


40263 


40264 


40265 


40266 


40267 


40268 


40269 


40270 


40271 


40551 



1982 


209,974 


77,768 


79,330 


10,649 


68,681 


13,220 


27,677 


27,784 


-9.135 


69 


-9.346 


1983 


229.184 


84,104 


77,647 


1 1 .048 


66,599 


16.187 


24,292 


26,120 


-1.224 


-45 


-677 



142 101.740 -100,447 
-502 108.169 -107.262 



-928 358,302 
-278 390,340 



Unadjusted for seasonality 



1983 1 
2 
3 

4 

1984 1 
2 



52,497 
56.867 
57.185 
62,635 

57.502 
61,728 



20,810 
20.031 
21.453 
21,810 

22,601 
21.192 



17,326 
20.365 
20.675 
19.281 

17.895 
20.803 



2.190 
2.628 
3.250 
2,980 

2.346 
2,784 



15.136 
17.737 
17,425 
16,301 

15,549 
18,019 



2.986 
4.639 
4,865 
3,697 

3,095 
4,230 



5.595 
5.974 
6.523 
6,200 

5,389 
6,156 



6.555 
7,124 
6,037 
6.404 

7,065 
7,633 



-2,194 
-3,190 
6,943 
-2.783 

-721 
-1,178 



-7 


137 


-2.324 


23,903 


-24,630 


659 


88.371 


23 


-2.233 


-980 


27.879 


-26.946 


-287 


94,719 


9 


1,099 


5.835 


26.835 


-26.652 


-51 


106.388 


70 


320 


-3,033 


29,552 


-29,034 


-599 


100,862 


42 


1,710 


-2,389 


30,074 


-31 ,477 


1.308 


97,182 


60 


45 


-1,283 


34,283 


-33.989 


-29 


102.810 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


220,468 


80,900 


77.016 


10,836 


66,180 


14.984 


25.168 


26.028 


-4.680 


— 


-3.608 


-1,072 


100.964 


-99.296 


-1.100 


374,272 


2 


226,264 


83,656 


77,980 


10.884 


67.096 


17.520 


24.240 


25,336 


-6.648 


— 


-6.456 


-192 


105.948 


-101,508 


-444 


385.248 


3 


232.572 


84,948 


77,892 


11.120 


66,772 


16,900 


23.736 


26,136 


5.028 


-68 


5.288 


-192 


108.292 


-110,156 


124 


398.700 


4 


237,432 


86,912 


77,700 


11,352 


66,348 


15,344 


24,024 


26.980 


1.404 


-112 


2.068 


-552 


117,472 


-118,088 


308 


403.140 


1984 1 


241.668 


88.460 


78.964 


1 1 ,408 


67,556 


15,404 


24.436 


27.716 


1.752 


-20 


2,340 


-568 


126.488 


-126,964 


444 


410,812 


2 


245.276 


89.312 


79.560 


11.556 


68,004 


15.856 


25,028 


27.120 


2,760 


52 


3,008 


-300 


130,592 


-128.724 


96 


418,872 



'Includes defence expenditures. 'Includes outlay on new durable assets such as building and highway construction by governments, other than government business enterprises. Ex- 
cludes defence construction and equipment which is defined as current expenditure. 'Includes capital expenditures by private and government business enterprises, private non-com- 
mercial institutions and outlays on new residential construction by individuals and business investors Capital expenditure is defined to include all transfer costs on the sales and pur- 
chases of existing fixed assets 'The book value of inventories is deflated to remove the effect of price change and the derived "physical" change is then valued at average prices 
of the current period to obtain the value of physical change The difference between the value of physical change and the change in book value is called the inventory valuation adjust- 
ment, (as shown in Table 1.1) 'See footnote 4, Table 1.1. 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001). Statistics Canada. 



18 



October 1984 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.3: Gross national expenditure in constant (1971) dollars (millions of dollars)' 



Section 3— Tables 1.3 and 1.4 





Personal 
expend- 
iture on 
consumer 
goods 
and 
services 


Govern- 
ment 
current 
expend- 
iture 
on 
goods 
and 
services 




Gross fixed capital formation 






Value of 
change in 


physical 
inventories 




Exports 

of 

goods 

and 

services 


Deduct 

imports 

of goods 

and 

services 


Residual 
error 
of esti- 
mate 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 


Business 






Total 


Govern- 
ment 
total 




Business 




Non- 
farm 


Farm 
and 
grain 
in com- 
mercial 
chan- 
nels 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Non- 
resi- 
dential 
construc- 
tion 


Machin- 
ery 
and 
equip- 
ment 


Gross 
national 
expend- 
iture 


D 

D 


40562 
40594 


40568 
40600 


40569 
40601 


40570 
40602 


40575 
40607 


40576 
40608 


40577 
40609 


40578 
40610 


40581 
40613 


40582 
40614 


40583 
40615 


40584 
40616 


40586 
40618 


40588 
40620 


40590 
40622 


40561 
40593 


1982 
1983 


81,144 
83.697 


23,600 
23.667 


29,265 
27,844 


3,917 
3,977 


25.348 
23.867 


4,529 
5,633 


10,190 
8,543 


10,629 
9,691 


-3,650 
-222 


23 
-13 


-3.615 
-47 


-58 
-162 


33,178 
35.293 


-33,156 
-35,833 


-316 
-93 


130,065 
134.353 



Unadjusted for seasonality 



1983 1 


19.301 


6,080 


6,290 


814 


5,476 


1,019 


2.007 


2.450 


-640 


-2 


133 


-771 


7,757 


-8,211 


229 


30,806 


2 


20.974 


5.574 


7,322 


951 


6.371 


1,619 


2,102 


2,650 


-942 


7 


-645 


-304 


9.215 


-9,163 


-99 


32.881 


3 


20.689 


6,008 


7,371 


1,151 


6,220 


1,704 


2,277 


2,239 


2,085 


3 


238 


1,844 


8,670 


-8,867 


-18 


35,938 


4 


22,733 


6,005 


6,861 


1,061 


5.800 


1,291 


2,157 


2.352 


-725 


-21 


227 


-931 


9.651 


-9,592 


-205 


34.728 


1984 1 


20,167 


6,233 


6,340 


852 


5.488 


1,059 


1,861 


2,568 


-37 


-13 


706 


-730 


9.772 


-10,162 


438 


32,751 


2 


21,818 


5.631 


7,290 


988 


6,302 


1,446 


2.123 


2.733 


-274 


18 


-34 


-258 


10.983 


-10.878 


-10 


34,560 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


82,024 


23,340 


27.844 


3,944 


23.900 


5.188 


8,984 


9,728 


-1,924 


— 


-1.528 


-396 


33,164 


-33.204 


-380 


130.864 


2 


83.288 


23,552 


28.012 


3.920 


24,092 


6,136 


8,528 


9.428 


-1.492 


— 


-1,516 


24 


34,496 


-34.428 


-148 


133.280 


3 


84,368 


23,764 


27,880 


3.992 


23.888 


5,888 


8,304 


9,696 


1,460 


-20 


1,588 


-108 


35,124 


-36,852 


48 


135.792 


4 


85,108 


24,012 


27,640 


4.052 


23,588 


5,320 


8.356 


9.912 


1.068 


-32 


1,268 


-168 


38,388 


-38,848 


108 


137.476 


1984 1 


85.636 


24,104 


27,856 


4,056 


23,800 


5,316 


8.408 


10.076 


456 


-4 


676 


-216 


41,512 


-41.276 


148 


138,436 


2 


86.508 


24,056 


27,872 


4,092 


23.780 


5,436 


8,636 


9.708 


944 


16 


1.040 


-112 


41.136 


-41.084 


32 


139,464 



'The implicit price deflators of the seasonally unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, derived by dividing the value figures in current dollars by the constant dollar figures, 
are not suitable as indicators of quarter-to-quarter price change This is because they are currently weighted and therefore are affected by compositional shifts which occur within the 
unadjusted components of Gross National Expenditure, on a quarter-to-quarter basis Quarter-to-quarter movements in the implicit price deflators based on seasonally adjusted data are 
less subject to the problem of shifting weights and may be used as a measure of price change 
Source: National Income and Expenditure Accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 

Table 1.4: Sources of personal income (millions of dollars) 





Wages, 
salaries and 
supplemen- 
tary labour 
income 


Military 

pay and 

allowances 


Net income 

received 

by farm 

operators 

from farm 

production' 


Net income 
of 
non-farm un- 
incorporated 
business 
including rent 


Interest, 
dividends 
and miscella- 
neous 
investment 
income 2 




Current transfers 






Year 


From government 


From 
corporations 3 


From 
non-residents 




and 
quarter 


To persons 


Capital 
assistance 


Personal 
income 


D 
D 


40032 
40272 


40033 
40273 


40034 
40274 


40035 
40275 


40036 
40276 


40039 
40278 


40040 
40279 


40037 
40280 


40041 
40281 


40549 
40282 


1982 
1983 


207,594 
218.963 


2,176 
2,375 


3,732 
3.183 


14,842 
18,333 


43,804 
41,913 


43,383 
49,799 


807 
1,271 


488 
531 


600 
616 


317,426 
336.984 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 

1984 1 
2 



51,492 


566 


-936 


3,707 


10,199 


12,523 


553 


134 


148 


78,386 


54,962 


595 


-1,158 


4,671 


10,149 


12.746 


193 


132 


148 


82.438 


56.309 


605 


6,250 


5,157 


10.505 


12.156 


271 


134 


149 


91.536 


56,200 


609 


-973 


4,798 


1 1 .060 


12,374 


254 


131 


171 


84,624 


55,133 


631 


-1,200 


4,247 


10,714 


13,458 


197 


136 


156 


83.472 


58,076 


658 


-1,411 


5,160 


11,548 


13,760 


125 


137 


151 


88.204 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


21 1 .296 


2.296 


3.092 


16,948 


40,912 


48.096 


2,212 


536 


592 


325.980 


2 


217,808 


2,332 


3.276 


1 8.436 


41,024 


49,604 


772 


528 


592 


334,372 


3 


222.264 


2,412 


3,164 


18.980 


42.576 


50,468 


1,084 


536 


596 


342,080 


4 


224,484 


2,460 


3.200 


18.968 


43,140 


51 ,028 


1,016 


524 


684 


345,504 


1984 1 


226,240 


2,564 


2.792 


19,436 


43,096 


51,996 


788 


544 


624 


348.080 


2 


230.064 


2,576 


2.820 


19,852 


46.512 


53,536 


500 


548 


604 


357.012 



'This item differs from col 6, Table 1.1 by excluding the adjustment which has been made to take account of the accrued earnings arising out of the operations of the Canadian 
Wheat Board and the Canadian Co-operative Wheat Producers includes all interest on the public debt paid by government to persons 'Charitable contributions and bad debts 
For source see Table 1.9. 



19 



Section 3— Tables 15 and 1.6 

1 — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.5: Disposition ot personal income (million dollars) 



October 1984 





Total 

personal 

income 




Personal expenditure 
on consumer goods and services 








Current transfers 






Personal savings 








To government 




To 
corpor- 
ations 3 


To non- 
resi- 
dents 






Total 


Excl 

change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 


Value of 
physical 
change 
in farm 
inven- 
tories 






Income 
taxes 


Suc- 
cession 
duties 
& estate 
taxes 


Social 

ins 

& govt 

pension 

funds 1 


Other 




Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Durable 
goods 


Semi- 

durable 

goods 


Non- 
durable 
goods 


Serv- 
ices 1 


dis- 
posable 
income 4 


D 

D 


40042 
40552 


40043 
40283 


40044 
40284 


40045 
40285 


40046 
40286 


40047 
40287 


40048 
40288 


40049 
40289 


40050 
40290 


40051 
40291 


40052 
40292 


40053 
40293 


40054 
40294 


40055 


40056 


40057 
40295 


1982 
1983 


317.426 
336,984 


209,974 
229.184 


25.755 
29.577 


23,433 
25.129 


67,166 
71,231. 


93,620 
103,247 


43.881 
46.451 


53 

61 


14,520 
17,008 


3,018 
3.408 


6.574 
4.449 


400 
428 


39,006 
35,995 


38,990 
36,401 


16 
-406 


255,954 
270,056 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


78.386 


52,497 


5,957 


4.762 


16,768 


25.010 


13,125 


17 


3.758 


1.043 


1,261 


107 


6.578 


9.383 


-2.805 


60,443 


2 


82,438 


56,867 


7,876 


6.130 


17.307 


25.554 


10.661 


12 


4.687 


733 


1,085 


107 


8.286 


9.011 


-725 


66,345 


3 


91.536 


57.185 


7.464 


6.094 


17.448 


26.179 


9,961 


13 


4,533 


805 


1.057 


107 


17.875 


12.019 


5.856 


76,224 


4 


84.624 


62.635 


8.280 


8.143 


19,708 


26.504 


12.704 


19 


4,030 


827 


1.046 


107 


3.256 


5,988 


-2,732 


67,044 


1984 1 


83,472 


57,502 


7,223 


4,967 


18,383 


26,929 


13,426 


19 


4,729 


1.006 


965 


112 


5.713 


8,715 


-3,002 


64,292 


2 


88.204 


61,728 


9,175 


6,529 


18.580 


27,444 


9,882 


13 


5.317 


812 


971 


112 


9.369 


10,053 


-684 


72,180 






Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 325.980 220.468 

2 334,372 226.264 

3 342,080 232,572 

4 345.504 237.432 



1984 1 
2 



348,080 241.668 
357.012 245.276 



27,400 


24.580 


68,036 


100,452 


47,184 


68 


15,436 


3.228 


5,036 


428 


34.132 


28,908 


24.928 


70,556 


101,872 


50.660 


48 


16,536 


3.348 


4,520 


428 


32,568 


30,296 


25,228 


72,804 


104,244 


41,028 


52 


17,860 


3,532 


4.204 


428 


42.404 


31,704 


25,780 


73,528 


106.420 


46.932 


76 


18,200 


3,524 


4.036 


428 


34.876 


32.948 


25,616 


74,848 


108.256 


49,296 


76 


18,692 


3,568 


3.876 


448 


30,456 


33.488 


26,460 


75,420 


109.908 


47,004 


52 


19.104 


3,780 


4.052 


448 


37,296 



260,064 
263,780 
279,608 
276,772 

276,448 
287,072 



'Includes net expenditure abroad 'Employer and employee contributions to social insurance and government pension funds 
consumer debt 'This item is equal to "personal income" less the total of "current transfers to government" 
For source see Table 1.9. 



3 This item is the transfer portion ol interest on the 



Table 1.6: Sources and disposition of gross saving (million dollars) 













Sources 


of gross saving 










Disposition of gross 














Saving 










Capital 
con- 
sumption 
allow- 
ances 
and 
MVA' 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 






Total 
gross 
saving 


Persons 
corporated 


& unm- 
busmess 


Corporate and government 
business enterprises 




Govern- 
ment 


Non- 
residents 


saving 


Year 
and 
quarter 


Personal 
saving 


Adjust- 
ment on 
grain 
trans- 
actions' 


Undis- 
tributed 
corpo- 
ration 
profits 


Govt 
business 
enter- 
prises 


Capital 
assis- 
tance 


Inventory 
valuation 
adjust- 
ment 


Gross 
fixed 
capital 
form- 
ation 3 


Value of 
physical 
change 

in inven- 
tories 


Residual 
error of 
estimate 


D 

D 


40185 
40423 


40175 
40413 


40181 
40419 


40176 
40414 


40177 
40415 


40178 
40416 


40182 
40420 


40179 
40417 


40180 
40418 


40183 
40421 


40184 
40422 


40186 
40424 


40190 
40428 


40191 
40429 


1982 
1983 


69.267 

76.145 


39.006 
35,995 


307 
389 


1,323 
12,277 


-1,559 
127 


1,986 
3.014 


-2,631 
-2,400 


-13,134 
-20,103 


-1,610 
-951 


44,650 
47.519 


929 
278 


79.330 

77.647 


-9,135 
-1,224 


-928 
-278 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


15,791 


6,578 


-438 


2,042 


219 


758 


-663 


-4.204 


764 


1 1 ,394 


-659 


17,326 


-2.194 


659 


2 


16,888 


8,286 


284 


3.539 


49 


609 


-1.016 


-5,843 


-905 


11,599 


286 


20,365 


-3.190 


-287 


3 


27,567 


17,875 


251 


3,401 


-10 


823 


-546 


-6,154 


-182 


12,058 


51 


20,675 


6.943 


-51 


4 


15,899 


3.256 


292 


3,295 


-131 


824 


-175 


-3,902 


-628 


12,468 


600 


19,281 


-2.783 


-599 


1984 1 


18.482 


5.713 


-233 


3.591 


402 


741 


-1.053 


-3,304 


1,523 


12,411 


-1.309 


17,895 


-721 


1,308 


2 


19.596 


9.369 


376 


4.130 


176 


970 


-719 


-7,316 


-215 


12.796 


29 


20,803 


-1,178 


-29 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


71.236 


34,132 


420 


9,336 


192 


3,548 


-1.704 


-20.384 


-1,596 


46,192 


1,100 


77.016 


-4.680 


-1.100 


2 


70,888 


32,568 


244 


12,076 


188 


2,876 


-3,580 


-16.068 


-4,420 


46,560 


444 


77.980 


-6.648 


-444 


3 


83,044 


42,404 


600 


13,376 


36 


2.748 


-2,356 


-24.028 


1,736 


48.652 


-124 


77,892 


5.028 


124 


4 


79,412 


34.876 


292 


14,320 


92 


2.884 


-1,960 


-19,932 


476 


48.672 


-308 


77,700 


1,404 


308 


1984 1 


81,160 


30.456 


532 


15.724 


1,024 


3.460 


-3.488 


-17,260 


852 


50.304 


-444 


78,964 


1,752 


444 


2 


82.416 


37.296 


764 


14.288 


1,592 


4.740 


-2.368 


-23,476 


-1,664 


51.340 


-96 


79,560 


2,760 


96 



'This item is the adjustment to take account of the accrued earnings of farm operators arising out of the operations of the Canadian Wheat Board 2 See also footnote 1, 
Table 1 4 Miscellaneous valuation ad|ustment. 3 For a breakdown between government and business, see Table 1.2. 
For source see Table 1.9. 



20 



October 1984 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 
Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, 



Section 3— Table 1.7 



and surplus or deficit, by level of government (millions of dollars) 

















Revenue 




























Direct taxes 












Indirect 


taxes 










Persons 






Corporate and government business enterprises 


Non- 
resi- 
dents 
federal 3 






Total 2 


Federal 

tax 

collec- 

Federal 1 tions 


Pro- 
vincial' 


Provin- 
cial tax 
collec- 
tions 




Year 


Total 


Federal 1 


Pro- 
vincial 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 4 


D 

D 


40058 
40296 


40059 
40297 


40060 
40298 


40062 
40300 


40063 
40301 


40064 
40302 


40065 40066 
40303 40304 


40067 
40305 


40068 
40306 


40069 
40307 


40070 
40308 


40071 
40309 


40072 
40310 


40073 
40311 


1982 
1983 


58,454 
63,520 


32.142 
35,447 


21,569 
23,487 


3,665 
3,474 


1.078 
1.112 


1 1 .823 
13,263 


9.217 8,525 
10,274 9,152 


2,606 
2.989 


3,427 
2,831 


1.178 
1,043 


48.582 
50,044 


17.375 
16.048 


17.231 
19.177 


13,976 
14,819 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


16.900 


9,213 


6,635 


808 


244 


3.098 


2,417 


3.077 


681 


860 


250 


12.409 


3.523 


5,211 


3.675 


2 


15,360 


8,497 


5,299 


1.218 


346 


3.088 


2,387 


2,121 


701 


617 


265 


1 1 .606 


3.934 


3,970 


3.702 


3 


14,507 


7,919 


5.362 


904 


322 


3.304 


2.547 


1,882 


757 


722 


217 


12.940 


4.253 


4,981 


3,706 


4 


16,753 


9,818 


6.191 


544 


200 


3,773 


2.923 


2,072 


850 


632 


311 


13,089 


4.338 


5,015 


3,736 


1984 1 


18,174 


9,479 


7,236 


1,143 


316 


3,996 


3,114 


3.463 


882 


1.021 


258 


13,911 


4,027 


5,899 


3,985 


2 


15,212 


7,677 


5,737 


1,421 


377 


3,973 


3,071 


2.410 


902 


772 


272 


12.654 


4,250 


4,409 


3,995 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 

1984 1 
2 



62,688 
67,244 
58,940 
65.208 

68,064 
66.160 



36,056 
38,732 
30,448 
36,552 

36,660 
33,968 



22,680 
23,952 
23,488 
23,828 

25,864 
26,908 



2.972 
3.528 
3.720 
3.676 

4.264 
4,148 



980 
1,032 
1,284 
1,152 

1,276 
1,136 



12,376 
12,364 
13.728 
14.584 

15.940 
16.088 



9.544 

9,496 

10,652 

1 1 ,404 

12,280 
12.360 



8.240 
9,616 
8,856 
9.896 

9.380 
1 1 .088 



2.832 
2.868 
3.076 
3.180 

3.660 
3,728 



2,820 
2,420 
3,148 
2,936 

2,952 
3,228 



984 
1,004 
1,092 
1,092 

1,016 
1,040 



48,380 
49,008 
51.124 
51,664 

54,072 
53,768 



15,320 
15,632 
16,656 
16.584 

17,300 
17,236 



18,256 
18,564 
1 9,636 
20.252 

20.708 
20.548 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



14,804 
14,812 
14.832 
14.828 

16.064 
15.984 











Revenue 
















Other current transfers from persons 








Investment income 








Year 




Total 


Federal 


Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


D 
D 


40074 
40312 


40075 40076 40077 
40313 40314 40315 


40078 
40316 


40079 

40317 


40080 
40318 


40081 40082 
40319 40320 


40083 
40321 


40084 
40322 


40559 
40560 



982 


3,018 


15 


2,756 


205 


42 


23,109 


6.205 


13,168 


564 


107 


2,176 


889 


983 


3,408 


22 


3,118 


222 


46 


24,737 


6.427 


14,123 


624 


117 


2,498 


948 



1983 1 


1,043 


4 


973 


55 


11 


6,011 


1.541 


3.581 


121 


29 


510 


229 


2 


733 


6 


662 


54 


11 


5,763 


1,491 


3,151 


154 


29 


703 


235 


3 


805 


6 


731 


56 


12 


6.142 


1.661 


3,540 


157 


29 


515 


240 


4 


827 


6 


752 


57 


12 


6,821 


1,734 


3,851 


192 


30 


770 


244 


1984 1 


1,006 


6 


928 


60 


12 


6,568 


1,855 


3,758 


133 


31 


547 


244 


2 


812 


6 


734 


60 


12 


6,536 


1,886 


3.389 


169 


31 


808 


253 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


3,228 


16 


2.948 


220 


44 


23.968 


6,244 


13,824 


508 


112 


2.364 


916 


2 


3,348 


24 


3.064 


216 


44 


24,408 


6,328 


13.888 


596 


112 


2.544 


940 


3 


3,532 


24 


3,236 


224 


48 


25,124 


6.508 


14,476 


668 


120 


2.392 


960 


4 


3.524 


24 


3,224 


228 


48 


25.448 


6.628 


14,304 


724 


124 


2.692 


976 


1984 1 


3,568 


24 


3.256 


240 


48 


25,816 


7,504 


14.128 


560 


124 


2,524 


976 


2 


3,780 


24 


3.468 


240 


48 


26.708 


7,508 


14.512 


652 


124 


2,900 


1,012 



'Includes the taxes on life insurance companies introduced in 1969 At the present time, for National Accounts purposes, life insurance companies are treated as associations of individ- 
uals in so far as their investment activities are concerned The 1969 taxes are thus included here pending a complete review of the treatment of insurance. ! Tax liabilities 3 With- 
holding taxes 'The quarterly figures Of real property taxes unadjusted and seasonally adjusted are obtained by dividing annual totals by four Since real property tax rates have been 
generally upward, this treatment gives rise to a fictitious seasonal between the fourth and first quarters in the seasonally ad|usted taxes of series 
For source see Table 1.9. 



21 



Section 3— Table 1 7/ Continued 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deficit, 



October 1984 



by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 

















Revenue 


















Current transfers from other levels ot government 










rotal revenue 










Total 


Provinces 


Local governments 


Hospitals 


Year 
and 
quarter 


From 
Canada 


From local 
govern- 
ments 


From 
Canada 


From 
provinces 


From 
provinces 


From local 
govern- 
ments 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 

D 


40085 
40323 


40086 
40324 


40087 
40325 


40088 
40326 


40089 
40327 


40090 
40328 


40091 
40329 


40092 
40330 


40093 
40331 


40094 
40332 


40095 
40333 


40096 
40334 


40097 

40335 


40098 
40336 


1982 
1983 


41,627 
44,808 


15,480 
17,047 


79 

76 


286 

314 


14,700 

15.503 


1 1 ,062 
11,848 


20 

20 


187,791 
200,823 


66.132 
69.261 


72,889 
80.017 


29,731 
31,482 


11,231 
12,031 


5,841 
5.972 


1,967 
2,060 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


9.467 


4,132 


26 


79 


2.641 


2,584 


5 


49.178 


16,948 


21,239 


6.571 


2,629 


1,318 


473 


2 


13.167 


4,368 


16 


75 


5.583 


3,120 


5 


49.982 


16.580 


18,167 


9.568 


3.165 


1,921 


581 


3 


1 1 .436 


4.120 


15 


95 


4,205 


2,996 


5 


49.351 


16.603 


19,506 


8.219 


3.042 


1,419 


562 


4 


10,738 


4.427 


19 


65 


3.074 


3,148 


5 


52,312 


19,130 


21,105 


7.124 


3.195 


1,314 


444 


1984 1 


1 1 .022 


5,299 


35 


83 


2.860 


2.740 


5 


54,935 


18,739 


24,037 


7,121 


2.788 


1.690 


560 


2 


14,172 


4.698 


21 


99 


5,959 


3.390 


5 


53,631 


17,162 


19,890 


10,282 


3,438 


2.229 


630 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 

1984 1 
2 


42.580 
44,840 
45,428 
46,384 

50.804 
49.676 


15.940 
17.340 
17.252 
17.656 

20.840 
18.516 


84 
80 
72 
68 

116 
100 


276 
172 
412 
396 

316 
264 


14.944 
15.572 
15.592 
15.904 

16.892 
17,824 


11.316 
1 1 .656 
12.080 
12.340 

12.620 
12.952 


20 
20 
20 
20 

20 
20 


194,204 
202,216 
198.968 
207,904 

219.280 
217.220 


68,164 
71,216 
65,380 
72,284 

74,784 
72,136 


76,564 
79,756 
81,236 
82,512 

88,572 
87,780 


30.752 
31.368 
31,728 
32,080 

34,072 
34,964 


1 1 .492 
1 1 ,832 
12.268 
12.532 

12,812 
13,144 


5,336 
6,072 
6.112 
6.368 

6,788 
7,048 


1.896 
1.972 
2,244 
2.128 

2,252 
2.148 
















Current expenditure 




















Purchases of goods 


and services' 








Transfer payments 


to persons 






Year 
and 
quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Defence 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospital 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


D 
D 


40111 
40349 


40112 
40350 


40113 
40351 


40114 
40352 


40115 
40353 


40116 
40354 


40553 
40556 


40554 
40557 


40117 
40355 


40118 
40356 


40119 
40357 


40120 
40358 


40121 
40359 


40122 
40360 


1982 
1983 


77.768 
84.104 


18,920 
19,736 


6,802 

7,224 


24,090 
26,357 


24,209 

26,556 


10.426 
1 1 .325 


76 
85 


47 
45 


43.383 
49,799 


24,380 
28,178 


14.600 
16.242 


524 
672 


2.873 
3,485 


1,006 
1,222 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


20,810 


5.470 


2,005 


6,614 


6,001 


2,690 


23 


12 


12.523 


7.570 


3.651 


147 


852 


303 


2 


20.031 


4,629 


1.579 


5.876 


6,650 


2,857 


8 


11 


12,746 


7.190 


4.220 


175 


859 


302 


3 


21.453 


4.641 


1.707 


7,390 


6.495 


2,887 


29 


11 


12.156 


6.705 


4,102 


168 


876 


305 


4 


21.810 


4.996 


1.933 


6,477 


7,410 


2,891 


25 


11 


12.374 


6.713 


4.269 


182 


898 


312 


1984 1 


22.601 


6.188 


2,462 


6,953 


6.506 


2,921 


17 


16 


13,458 


7,753 


4,170 


175 


987 


373 


2 


21.192 


5,014 


1,854 


6.157 


6,970 


3,016 


23 


12 


13,760 


7.497 


4.666 


212 


996 


389 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


80,900 


19.440 


7,116 


25.356 


25,124 


10.840 


92 


48 


48,096 


27,044 


15.804 


628 


3,408 


1,212 


2 


83,656 


19.572 


7,068 


26.392 


26,268 


1 1 ,348 


32 


44 


49,604 


28,184 


16,116 


660 


3,436 


1,208 


3 


84,948 


19.564 


7.032 


26,668 


27,124 


1 1 ,432 


116 


44 


50,468 


28,780 


16.276 


688 


3,504 


1,220 


4 


86,912 


20.368 


7.680 


27,012 


27,708 


1 1 ,680 


100 


44 


51,028 


28,704 


16,772 


712 


3,592 


1,248 


1984 1 


88,460 


21,760 


8.748 


26,920 


27,872 


1 1 ,776 


68 


64 


51,996 


28.424 


17,388 


744 


3.948 


1,492 


2 


89.312 


21,300 


8.304 


27,724 


28,164 


11.984 


92 


48 


53,536 


29.152 


18,048 


796 


3.984 


1.556 



'See page 23 'Defense purchases of goods and services are included in Federal government purchases of goods and services 



22 



October 1984 

1 — Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deticit, by level of government (millions of dollars)/continued 



Section 3— Table 1.7/Continued 













Current expenditure 
















Subsidies 




Capital assistance 


Current transfers 
to non-residents 






Interest 


on the public debt 




Year 


Total Federal 


Canada 

Pension 

Plan 




quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Total Federal Provincial 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


D 
D 


40124 
40362 


40125 
40363 


40126 
40364 


40127 40128 40129 
40365 40366 40367 


40130 41970 
40368 41972 


41971 
41973 


40131 
40369 


40132 
40370 


40133 40134 
40371 40372 


40555 
40558 



1982 
1983 



8,226 
8.627 



5,643 
5,683 



2,583 
2.944 



2,793 
4,285 



2.289 
3.365 



504 
920 



1.061 
1.187 



1.041 
1,163 



20 
24 



26.067 
28.116 



16,675 
17,412 



6.811 
7,729 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 



8.984 
7,572 
8,664 
9,288 



6.092 
4,508 
5.804 
6.328 



2,892 
3.064 
2,860 
2,960 



5,760 
3.648 
3,832 
3,900 



4,840 
2.824 
2,832 
2,964 



920 
824 

1.000 
936 



1.220 
1.188 
1,132 
1,208 



1,196 
1.164 
1,108 

1,184 



1984 1 


9,524 


6,224 


3,300 


4.248 


3,260 


988 


1,568 


1,544 


2 


10.732 


7,672 


3.060 


5.240 


4.360 


880 


1.400 


1,372 



2,447 
2,818 



24 27,048 16,888 7.328 2.684 

24 27,776 17.288 7,576 2,760 

24 28,524 17.660 7.848 2.856 

24 29,116 17,812 8,164 2,972 



24 


29.940 


18,844 


7,908 


3.024 


28 


30.800 


18.764 


8,740 


3.120 



134 
157 



1983 1 


2,300 


1,491 


809 


1,311 


1,081 


230 


328 


322 


6 


6.643 


4,180 


1,900 


533 


30 


2 


1,771 


1,151 


620 


802 


596 


206 


334 


328 


6 


6.974 


4,238 


1.942 


752 


42 


3 


2.143 


1,432 


711 


1,094 


844 


250 


260 


254 


6 


6,963 


4,443 


1,864 


621 


35 


4 


2.413 


1,609 


804 


1,078 


844 


234 


265 


259 


6 


7.536 


4,551 


2.023 


912 


50 


1984 1 


2,346 


1,525 


821 


938 


691 


247 


422 


415 


7 


7.452 


4,683 


2.130 


605 


34 


2 


2,630 


1,952 


678 


1,095 


875 


220 


390 


383 


7 


7.708 


4,574 


2.233 


853 


48 



148 
152 
160 
168 

164 

176 



















Current expenditure 


















Current transfers to other levels of government 








Total current expenditure 5 








Total 


Canada to 


Provinces to 


Local governments to 


Total 


Federal 


Pro- 
vincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 




Year 
and 

quarte 


Provinces 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Local 
govern- 
ments 


Hospitals 


Provinces 


Hospitals 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




D 
D 


40135 
40373 


40136 
40374 


40137 
40375 


40138 
40376 


40139 
40377 


40140 
40378 


40141 
40379 


40142 
40380 


40143 
40381 


40144 
40382 


40145 
40383 


40146 
40384 


40147 
40385 


40148 
40386 



1982 


41,627 


15,480 


286 


14,700 


1 1 ,062 


79 


20 


200.925 


84.714 


74,350 


27,279 


10,560 


2,969 


1.053 


1983 


44,808 


17,047 


314 


15,503 


11,848 


76 


20 


220.926 


92,898 


81,543 


30.142 


1 1 ,482 


3.594 


1.267 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


9.467 


4,132 


79 


2,641 


2,584 


26 


5 


53.382 


24.325 


18,429 


6,712 


2,720 


881 


315 


2 


13,167 


4,368 


75 


5,583 


3.120 


16 


5 


55.825 


22.575 


21 ,567 


7.598 


2,899 


873 


313 


3 


1 1 .436 


4,120 


95 


4,205 


2,996 


15 


5 


55.505 


22.534 


21,518 


7.304 


2,922 


911 


316 


4 


10,738 


4,427 


65 


3.074 


3,148 


19 


5 


56.214 


23.464 


20.029 


8.528 


2,941 


929 


323 


1984 1 


1 1 ,022 


5,299 


83 


2,860 


2.740 


35 


5 


58.239 


26.637 


19.921 


7,326 


2,955 


1,011 


389 


2 


14,172 


4,698 


99 


5,959 


3.390 


21 


5 


60.947 


25,092 


23.303 


8,061 


3.064 


1,026 


401 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


42,580 


15.940 


276 


14,944 


11,316 


84 


20 


214,588 


91,716 


78,560 


28,540 


10,988 


3.524 


1.260 


2 


44,840 


17,340 


172 


15,572 


1 1 ,656 


80 


20 


218,284 


91.052 


81 .200 


29.788 


1 1 .500 


3.492 


1,252 


3 


45.428 


17,252 


412 


15,592 


12,080 


72 


20 


222,996 


93.412 


82.324 


30.760 


1 1 ,592 


3.644 


1.264 


4 


46,384 


17,656 


396 


15,904 


12,340 


68 


20 


227,836 


95.412 


84,088 


31.480 


11,848 


3,716 


1.292 


1984 1 


50.804 


20,840 


316 


16.892 


12,620 


116 


20 


236,540 


101,212 


86,016 


31 .776 


1 1 .940 


4,040 


1,556 


2 


49,676 


18,516 


264 


17,824 


12,952 


100 


20 


240,696 


101.400 


89.228 


32,200 


12.160 


4,104 


1,604 



'Includes capital consumptions allowances as shown on page 24, col 8 



23 



Section 3— Table 1.7 /Concluded 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.7: Government revenue, expenditure, and surplus or deticit, by level ot government (millions ot dollars)/concluded 



October 1984 













Surplus or 


deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 


















Saving 










Plus capital 


consumption allowances 
Provincial Local 




Year 


Total 


Federal 


Provincial 


Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 




quarter 


Total 


Federal 


Hospitals 


D 
D 


40149 

40387 


40150 
40388 


40151 
40389 


40152 
40390 


40153 
40391 


40154 
40392 


40155 
40393 


40099 
40337 


40100 
40338 


40101 
40339 


40102 
40340 


40103 
40341 


1982 

1983 


-13,134 
-20,103 


-18,582 

-23.637 


-1,461 
-1.526 


2.452 

1,340 


671 
549 


2,872 
2,378 


914 
793 


5,959 

6.773 


1,019 

1,146 


2,216 

2,544 


2,285 

2,586 


439 
497 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 

1984 1 
2 



4.204 


-7.377 


2,810 


-141 


5.843 


-5.995 


-3,400 


1.970 


6,154 


-5.931 


-2,012 


915 


3,902 


-4.334 


1.076 


-1,404 


3,304 


-7.898 


4.116 


-205 


7,316 


-7.930 


-3.413 


2,221 



-91 


437 


266 


1,048 


120 


508 


254 


385 


167 


679 


374 


1,203 



158 


1,611 


268 


1,664 


246 


1.721 


121 


1.777 


171 


1.798 


229 


1.859 



274 
282 
291 
299 

304 
313 



602 
624 
647 
671 

683 
709 



616 
636 
657 
677 

680 
702 



119 
122 
126 
130 

131 
135 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 

1984 1 
2 



-20.384 


-23,552 


-1,996 


2,212 


-16.068 


-19,836 


-1.444 


1,580 


-24,028 


-28,032 


-1.088 


968 


-19,932 


-23.128 


-1.576 


600 


-17,260 


-26,428 


2,556 


2,296 


-23,476 


-29,264 


-1,448 


2,764 



504 


1.812 


332 


2,580 


676 


2,468 


684 


2.652 


872 


2.748 


984 


2,944 



636 


6,444 


1,096 


2.408 


2,464 


720 


6,656 


1.128 


2,496 


2,544 


980 


6,884 


1.164 


2,588 


2.628 


836 


7,108 


1.196 


2,684 


2,708 


696 


7,192 


1,216 


2,732 


2.720 


544 


7,436 


1.252 


2,836 


2.808 



476 
488 
504 
520 

524 

540 









Surplus or deficit on a 


national accounts 


basis 












Deduct gross capital formation 






Equals, surplus ( + ) or 


deficit (-) 






Year 




Federal 


Provincial Local 


Hospitals 


Canada 

pension 

plan 


Quebec 

pension 

plan 


quarter 


Total 


Federal Provincial Local 


Hospitals Total 


D 

D 


40156 
40394 


40157 40158 40159 
40395 40396 40397 


40160 40168 
40398 40406 


40169 
40407 


40170 40171 
40408 40409 


40172 
40410 


40173 
40411 


40174 
40412 



1982 


10,718 


1.341 


4,092 


4,591 


694 


-17,893 


-18.904 


-3,337 


146 


416 


2,872 


914 


1983 


1 1 ,003 


1,609 


3,951 


4,596 


847 


-24,333 


-24.100 


-2.933 


-670 


199 


2.378 


793 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


2,183 


320 


803 


881 


179 


-4.776 


-7,423 


2,609 


-406 


-151 


437 


158 


2 


2,651 


379 


937 


1.128 


207 


-6.830 


-6.092 


-3,713 


1.478 


181 


1.048 


268 


3 


3,259 


487 


1,161 


1,372 


239 


-7.692 


-6.127 


-2,526 


200 


7 


508 


246 


4 


2,910 


423 


1,050 


1,215 


222 


-5.035 


-4,458 


697 


-1,942 


162 


385 


121 


1984 1 


2,304 


464 


763 


895 


182 


-3,810 


-8,058 


4.036 


-420 


-218 


679 


171 


2 


2,844 


570 


944 


1.130 


200 


-8,301 


-8,187 


-3.648 


1,793 


309 


1.203 


229 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


10,836 


1,396 


3,984 


4,600 


856 


-24.776 


-23,852 


-3,572 


76 


124 


1,812 


636 


2 


10,884 


1,500 


3,952 


4.592 


840 


-20.296 


-20,208 


-2,900 


-468 


-20 


2,580 


720 


3 


11.052 


1,688 


3.928 


4,596 


840 


-28,196 


-28.556 


-2.428 


-1,000 


340 


2,468 


980 


4 


11.240 


1,852 


3.940 


4.596 


852 


-24,064 


-23.784 


-2.832 


-1.288 


352 


2.652 


836 


1984 1 


1 1 .388 


2.032 


3,992 


4,580 


784 


-21,456 


-27,244 


1,296 


436 


612 


2,748 


696 


2 


1 1 .608 


2,200 


4,024 


4,592 


792 


-27,648 


-30.212 


-2,636 


980 


732 


2,944 


544 



For source see Table 1.9. 



24 



October 1984 

1— Income and expenditure accounts 

Table 1.8: Implicit price indexes, 1 gross national expenditure (1971 =100), 

based on seasonally adjusted data 



Section 3— Tables 1.8 and 1.9 





Personal expenditure on consumer goods 


and services 




Government 






Gross fixed capital formation 












Government 
















ex 


current 
aenditure 












Year 






Semi- 


Non- 






Non- 


Machinery 


and 




Durable 


durable 


durable 




on goods 








residential 


and 


quarter 


Total 


goods 


goods 


goods 


Services 


and 


services 




Total 


Total 


construction 


equipment 


D 


40626 


40627 


40628 


40629 


40630 




40631 




40632 


40633 


40634 


40635 


1982 


258.8 


194.5 


212.6 


2953 


274.2 




329.5 




271.1 


271.9 


281.6 


228.2 


1983 


273.8 


2020 


223.3 


313.2 


294.5 




355.4 




278 9 


2778 


2883 


2353 


1983 1 


268.8 


199.3 


220.1 


304.5 


289.0 




3466 




2766 


274.7 


2846 


2324 


2 


271.7 


200 7 


2226 


310.1 


291 7 




355.2 




2784 


277.7 


287.9 


2346 


3 


275.7 


2025 


2245 


3156 


297.0 




3575 




2794 


2786 


289 4 


2350 


4 


279.0 


205.0 


2260 


322.4 


300.4 




362 




281.1 


2802 


291.2 


2388 


1984 1 


282.2 


206 


227.1 


3294 


303.8 




367.0 




2835 


281 3 


2926 


2422 


2 


2835 


206 


228.0 


329 8 


307.2 




371.3 




2854 


2824 


2936 


2443 






Gross fixed capital 


formation 














Deduct 
























imports of 
goods and serv 










Business 






goods and services 






ces 










Non- 


















Gross 






Residential 


residential 


Machinery 






Of 


which 






Of which: 


national 




Total 


construction 


construction 


& equipment 




Total 


merchandise 




Total merchandise 


expenditure 


D 


40636 


40637 


40638 


40639 




40640 




40641 




40642 


40643 


40625 


1982 


271.0 


291.9 


271.6 


261.4 




306.6 




310.0 




3030 


304.0 


275.5 


1983 


2790 


2874 


2843 


269 5 




306 5 




306 1 




2993 


292 1 


2905 


1983 1 


276.9 


2888 


280 1 


2676 




3044 




304.6 




2990 


293.3 


2860 


2 


278 5 


2855 


284.2 


268 7 




307.1 




307 3 




294 8 


286 1 


289 1 


3 


279.5 


287.0 


2858 


269 6 




3083 




3075 




2989 


2909 


293 6 


4 


281.3 


2884 


287.5 


2722 




3060 




305.1 




304 


297 2 


2932 


1984 1 


283.8 


2898 


290 6 


275.1 




3047 




302 8 




307.6 


3006 


2968 


2 


286.0 


291 7 


2898 


2794 




317.5 




317.2 




313.3 


3047 


3003 



'These implicit indexes are current weighted price indexes They reflect not only pure price changes, but also changing expenditure patterns within and between major groups Quarler- 
to-quarter comparisons based on the seasonally adjusted data are less subject to the problem of shitting weights than are similar comparisons based on data unadjusted for seasonality, 
and therefore may be used as indicators of price change 
For source see Table 1.9. 

Table 1.9: Relation between gross national product at market prices and gross domestic product at factor cost (millions of dollars) 





Gross 






Investment 


Investment 




Gross 






Investment 


Investment 






national 






income 


income 


Gross 


national 






income 


income 


Gross 


Year 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


product 


Residual 


Indirect 


received 


paid 


domestic 


and 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


at market 


error of 


taxes less 


from non- 


to non- 


product at 


quarter 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


prices 


estimate 


subsidies 


residents 


residents 


factor cost 


D 


40193 


40194 


40195 


40196 


40197 


40198 














D 














40550 


40431 


40432 


40433 


40434 


40435 


1982 


358,302 


-929 


-40.356 


-5,235 


18.168 


329.950 














1983 


390,340 


-278 


-41,417 


-5.087 


17.330 


360,888 















Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


88.371 


659 


-10.109 


-1.185 


4,096 


81.832 


374.272 


-1,100 


-39.396 


-5,048 


16,696 


345,424 


2 


94.719 


-286 


-9,835 


-1.151 


4,231 


87.678 


385,248 


-444 


-41,436 


-4,676 


17,016 


355,708 


3 


106,388 


-51 


-10,797 


-1.259 


4.324 


98.605 


398,700 


124 


-42,460 


-5,296 


17,692 


368,760 


4 


100,862 


-600 


-10,676 


-1,492 


4,679 


92,773 


403,140 


308 


-42.376 


-5.328 


17,916 


373,660 


1984 1 


97,182 


1,309 


-11,565 


-1.232 


4,748 


90,442 


410,812 


444 


-44,548 


-5,236 


19.588 


381,060 


2 


102.810 


-29 


-10.024 


-1.269 


4,982 


96.470 


418,872 


96 


-43,036 


-5.208 


20.104 


390.828 



Source: National income and expenditure accounts (13-001), Statistics Canada. 



25 



Section 3— Table 2.1 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.1: Gross domestic product by industry of origin' 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



October 1984 



quarterly in constant (1971) prices 





Gross 

domestic 

product 


Agriculture 


Forestry 


Fishing 

and 

trapping 


Mines 

(including 

milling), 

quarries 

and oil 

wells 


Manufac- 
turing 
industries 


Con- 
struction 


Transportation, Communication 
and other utilities 






Trade 




Year 


Total 


Trans- 
portation 


Commun- 
ication 


Electric 

power. 

gas and 

water 

utilities 




and 
quarter 


Total 


Wholesale 
trade 


Retail 
trade 


D 
D 


143992 
143820 


143993 
143821 


1 43994 
143822 


143995 
143823 


143996 
143824 


144007 

143835 


144087 
143915 


144088 
143916 


144089 
143917 


144097 

143925 


144099 

143927 


144102 
143930 


144103 
143931 


144105 
143933 


1982 
1983 


115,888.5 
119.005 3 


3,2949 
3,2483 


692 1 

848 7 


189.0 
188.4 


2,916.0 
3.0266 


23.103.4 
24.4858 


6.7185 
6,615.9 


16,148.2 
16.3798 


6,971 8 
7,0658 


4,981.7 
4,961 6 


3.958.0 

4,105.2 


14,181.8 
14.776.2 


5,822.1 
6.0690 


8,359.7 
8,707.2 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 



27.8235 
29.892.6 
31,314.7 
29.9758 



2568 

6366 

2,179.3 

177.0 



2122 
166 4 
232 9 
237 7 



20.2 
62.0 
784 
27.7 



7183 
731.5 
7450 
832 1 



5.816.6 
6.2984 
5.996.5 
6.372 1 



1,380.3 
1,699.3 
1,925.0 
1.613.6 



4.058.9 
4,020.2 
4,037.5 
4,265.3 



1.629.7 
1,784.2 
1.837.6 
1,814.7 



1.225.1 
1.239.1 
1,245.2 
1.252.4 



1.154.9 
9328 
887 4 

1.131.4 



3,235.9 
3.785.9 
3.709.2 
4,046.2 



1.397.3 
1,571.5 
1,540.8 
1.560.1 



1.838.5 
2.214.5 
2,1684 
2,4862 



1984 1 
2 



29,420.8 
31.305.7 



277.0 
6726 



266 6 
151.2 



19.2 
44.6 



864.1 
842.1 



6,446.1 
6.873.1 



1,315.3 
1,605.6 



4.369.5 
4,313.7 



1.789.0 
1.952.8 



1.256.7 
1.284.3 



1,271.4 
1.005.7 



3.434.9 
4.040.5 



1.520.4 
1,715.7 



1,914.5 
2.3248 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 
2 
3 
4 



116.104.4 
118.220.8 
120.294.7 
121.507.3 



3.312 1 
3,236.6 
3.195.3 
3.206.1 



7608 
830 9 
9679 
8454 



225 1 2.803 8 

217.2 2,922.5 

174.7 3,136.9 

1508 3.240.0 



23,360.4 
23,919.1 
24,926.0 
25,8894 



6,652.7 
6.788.6 
6.575.0 
6.409.9 



15,818.3 
16,232 8 
16,533.6 
16.998 8 



6.749.6 
6,931.4 
7,137.2 
7,474.9 



4,920.9 
4,949.7 
4,981.9 
4,9939 



3,908.6 
4,108.4 
4,163.3 
4.2754 



14,350.1 
14,6263 
14.982 1 
15.124.2 



5,835.6 
6,002.1 
6,196.1 
6,261.4 



8,514.5 
8,6242 
8,786.0 
8,862.7 



1984 1 
2 



122.178.8 
123.424.5 



3.103.6 
3,193.5 



959 2 
781 3 



208.2 
159.0 



3,370 4 
3,406.3 



25.915.9 
26.074.0 



6,321.7 
6.431.0 



17,033.8 
17.354.0 



7,428.6 
7,582.0 



5.046.5 
5,129.8 



4,310.8 
4,372.1 



15,226 9 
15,511.2 



6.362.2 
6,482.7 



8,864.7 
9,028.5 







Finance 

insurance 

and real 

estate 


Community 

business 

and 

personal 

services 


Public 

administration 

and 

defence 






Special industry groupings 








Year 
and 
quarte 


Industrial 
production 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Service- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non 

commercial 

industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 

industries 




D 

D 


144119 
1 43947 


144126 
143954 


144133 
143961 


144145 
143968 


144148 
143969 


144147 
143970 


144146 

143971 


144149 
143972 


144140 
143974 


144139 
143973 



1982 
1983 



6,107.6 


24.133.6 


8.403.4 


29.9774 


40.871.9 


75,016.6 


97.0029 


18.8856 


1 1 .743.3 


11.360.1 


6.443.5 


24,480.1 


8.5120 


31,6176 


42,518.9 


76,486.4 


99.873.8 


19,131.5 


12,320 5 


12,1653 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


4,052.0 


5,998.4 


2,074 1 


7,689.8 


9.559.2 


18,264 3 


23.0484 


4.775.2 


2,973.1 


2.843.5 


2 


4,128.3 


6.211.6 


2,1522 


7,962.7 


10,527.0 


19,365.6 


25,012 


4,8806 


3,127.2 


3,171.2 


3 


4,151.0 


6,057.3 


2,2026 


7.6289 


12,044,4 


19,270 3 


26.683.2 


4,631.4 


3.0849 


2,911.6 


4 


4,108.2 


6,2102 


2.0856 


8,335.7 


10,391 7 


19,584.0 


25.129.9 


4,845.8 


3.136.0 


3,236.2 


1984 1 


4,117.6 


6,2164 


2.094 .1 


8,581.6 


10.459.7 


18,961.2 


24.5522 


4.868.6 


3,089.8 


3,356.3 


2 


4,197.6 


6,400.8 


2.163.8 


8,721.0 


11,1950 


20.110 8 


26.3782 


4,927.5 


3.303.0 


3.570.1 



Seasonally adjusted at annual rates 



1983 1 


16,251.8 


24,073.5 


8,495.8 


30,072.8 


41,023.5 


75.080 9 


97,130 1 


18.974.3 


11,991 2 


11.369 2 


2 


16,479 


24,435.9 


8,531.9 


30,950 1 


42,0235 


76.1974 


99,044.5 


19.176.3 


12,188.3 


11,730.9 


3 


16,590.6 


24,685.4 


8,527.3 


32,226 1 


43,139.0 


77.155.7 


101.101.2 


19.193.5 


12,489 


12,436.9 


4 


16,428.8 


24,712.9 


8,501.1 


33.404.8 


44,016.9 


77.490.4 


102.308 2 


19.199.1 


12,654.0 


13,235.5 


1984 1 


16,512.8 


24,949.3 


8,576.8 


33,597.2 


44.189.9 


77.988.9 


102,8427 


19,336.0 


12,499.4 


13.416.5 


2 


16.751.5 


25.185.4 


8,577.3 


33,8524 


44,417.1 


79,0074 


104,061.4 


19,363 1 


12,886.8 


13.187.3 



'The average of the monthly series may not equal the annual level due to rounding 
Sources: Gross Domestic Product by Industry (61-213 and 61-005), Statistics Canada. 



26 



October 1984 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification 



Section 3— Table 2.2 



monthly indexes (1971 =100), 



Year 
and 
month 



Gross 

domestic 
product 



Mines (including milling), 
quarries and oil wells 



Agriculture 



Forestry 



Fishing 

and 

trapping 



Total 







Non-metal 


Metal 


Mineral 


mines (except 


mines 


fuels 


coal mines) 



144336 
144164 



144337 
144165 



144338 
144166 



144339 
144167 



144340 
144168 



144341 
144169 



144345 
144173 



144348 
144176 



1982 
1983 



139.2 


122.2 


103.4 


128.2 


927 


66.7 


113.5 


846 


1429 


120.5 


1268 


127.8 


962 


70.2 


116 6 


90.5 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



136.1 


870 


73.1 


3095 


834 


454 


114.3 


776 


166.2 


869 9 


107.1 


164 1 


84.1 


49.8 


109 8 


83.1 


136.8 


18.7 


121.7 


133.4 


899 


57.4 


1105 


102.7 


137.2 


178 


127.5 


862 


96.1 


57.6 


1242 


99.4 


131.9 


33.6 


101.9 


119.8 


91.3 


51.9 


123 7 


797 


128.6 


40.3 


105.4 


44.8 


888 


55.9 


1196 


722 


134.9 


41.3 


126.6 


56.3 


92.7 


658 


1176 


686 


137.5 


32.7 


148.3 


630 


924 


63.2 


111.6 


105.8 


140.9 


144.9 


107.7 


686 


88.7 


71.1 


103.4 


99.5 


143.6 


127.0 


77.4 


196.1 


92.5 


78.1 


1038 


974 


146.3 


11.5 


113.2 


2397 


97.8 


74 5 


114.3 


94.6 


136.9 


56.2 


113.4 


2270 


85.1 


54.2 


111.0 


61 8 


141.9 


82.5 


138.1 


256.7 


948 


66.5 


114.5 


736 


172.5 


831.4 


165 9 


154 6 


1042 


81.5 


121.9 


94.3 


145.5 


21.0 


1609 


81.3 


106 6 


81.3 


122 7 


109 9 


145.9 


18.9 


151.4 


64.7 


1070 


78.0 


128.2 


110 1 


140.6 


389 


113.8 


79.7 


1038 


727 


130 6 


99.3 


136.9 


450 


147.5 


37.6 


103.3 


71 9 


129 


1072 


142.4 


44.2 


164.2 


57.0 


1130 


880 


131.3 


1136 


1448 


34.1 


166.1 


61.6 


113.2 


856 


131.2 


113.2 


148.2 


1508 


92.2 


50.3 


107.5 


862 


126 2 


118.5 


150.5 


127.8 


76.1 


137.1 


1056 


853 


1205 


113.9 


152.6 


208 


102.7 


175.8 


108.1 


840 


123.4 


1110 


143.5 


653 


112.9 


1858 


1002 


69 1 


1223 


86.6 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



138.4 


124 4 


74.9 


1300 


865 


50.3 


117,7 


840 


138.0 


1236 


97.2 


144.3 


854 


51 4 


113.4 


838 


137.0 


123 9 


1038 


120.4 


880 


56.0 


112.4 


91.2 


137.3 


119.3 


106 6 


1409 


908 


56.5 


116.9 


88.1 


137.4 


120.9 


101.6 


173.1 


90.4 


55.7 


114.8 


84.4 


139.6 


124.1 


114.7 


1674 


89.7 


60.2 


114.5 


749 


138.7 


123.5 


107.3 


153.3 


882 


624 


111.4 


65.4 


140.0 


121.0 


118.9 


137.3 


89.5 


60.1 


110.1 


98.7 


140.4 


120.7 


119.7 


137.5 


90.3 


62 7 


110.8 


95.8 


141.6 


119.3 


123.1 


150.7 


920 


67.1 


111.2 


99.2 


143.9 


1202 


1295 


154.0 


96.3 


71.9 


114.9 


93.3 


143.9 


118.5 


143.2 


127.9 


945 


686 


115 6 


838 


144.4 


117.8 


141.5 


113.6 


990 


75.1 


117.4 


80.1 


145.2 


119.3 


149 


114.0 


1056 


84.3 


124.3 


950 


145.5 


118.7 


136.5 


982 


104 


78.8 


124.7 


96.7 


145.9 


1183 


127.4 


105.3 


101.6 


77.1 


121.1 


97.3 


146.4 


119.8 


114.9 


103 3 


1033 


78.5 


121.0 


104.5 


147.3 


112.9 


159.1 


130 3 


105.1 


78.5 


124.1 


109.3 


146 1 


115.8 


138.3 


137 6 


106 9 


81.4 


1256 


107.9 


146.9 


116.7 


132.4 


155.7 


109 3 


81.2 


129 2 


106 4 


1473 


116.7 


104 6 


104 2 


1097 


75.6 


135.7 


113.1 


148.3 


118.5 


124.2 


107.6 


107.1 


727 


132.9 


115.7 


149.1 


120.2 


121.3 


111.8 


1080 


81.0 


127 4 


109.6 


151.2 


1192 


136.2 


1069 


115 6 


89.5 


132 


123.7 



27 



Section 3— Table 2. 2 Continued 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



100), 



October 1984 



Manufacturing industries 



Year 
and 

month 



Food and 
beverages 



Tobacco 
products 



Rubber 
& plastic 

products Leather 

industries industries 



Knitting 
mills 











Printing, 








Furniture 


Paper 


publishing. 


Primary 


Clothing 


Wood 


and fixture 


and allied 


and allied 


metal 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 



144351 
144179 



144352 
144180 



144365 
144193 



144366 
144194 



144369 
144197 



144371 
144199 



144374 
144202 



144375 
144203 



144379 
144207 



144383 
144211 



144385 
144213 



144389 
144217 



144392 
144220 



1982 


121.3 


121.6 


113.6 


144 8 


952 


109 8 


1024 


114.2 


124.7 


110 


114.3 


163.1 


97.6 


1983 


1286 


122.2 


1069 


1627 


102 6 


1197 


111.2 


120 3 


156 6 


1255 


1254 


1642 


106.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 


117.6 


1320 


999 


1338 


1133 


950 


113.7 


128 9 


121.5 


1032 


110.2 


149 7 


89 5 


S 


1280 


138.4 


1280 


154.7 


122 8 


114 1 


113.8 


134.7 


128 3 


117.4 


110.5 


169 


96.3 


O 


121.3 


124.0 


125.9 


1480 


1006 


115.8 


116.7 


127.6 


1339 


113.4 


113.6 


171.2 


95.4 


N 


1206 


126.1 


136.6 


148.4 


97.5 


1157 


115.8 


121.1 


1250 


1226 


115 1 


174.2 


95 5 


D 


102.8 


107.7 


890 


1229 


690 


108 6 


81 9 


80 1 


110.7 


100 5 


98.7 


156 8 


71.3 


1983 J 


109.7 


108.1 


133.3 


125.5 


695 


1120 


97 


1077 


129.7 


103.0 


1098 


138 


855 


F 


126.9 


116.8 


131.1 


165.3 


1073 


126.1 


111.6 


1384 


153.4 


123.1 


124.0 


160.5 


980 


M 


130.0 


1185 


114.7 


169.4 


978 


127.5 


1114 


130 3 


156.3 


132.4 


1262 


165.3 


106.5 


A 


128 


118.6 


115.6 


164.4 


858 


127.5 


114.9 


112.1 


155.4 


124 1 


121.0 


165.8 


107 8 


M 


129.5 


122.2 


113.8 


160.5 


91.9 


118.5 


990 


105.4 


155.7 


119.3 


125.3 


1655 


112.1 


J 


139.4 


136.1 


1116 


177.2 


108.4 


126.1 


118.1 


116.6 


174.3 


133.5 


134.1 


168.7 


116.1 


J 


112.0 


119.1 


33.5 


137.5 


90.2 


97.2 


96.0 


1082 


150.0 


91 5 


117.5 


1396 


91 3 


A 


124 7 


129.6 


91 3 


1523 


120 4 


107.9 


122 9 


134 6 


160 4 


1246 


127.3 


156.5 


101.0 


S 


141.3 


136.6 


111.3 


183.2 


1389 


126.3 


125.7 


143.3 


175.9 


146.5 


132.3 


179 6 


117.5 





1392 


123.9 


1147 


181.5 


120.4 


123.2 


123.9 


132.6 


167.2 


137.0 


1323 


179 9 


119.4 


N 


140.8 


125.8 


126.8 


1843 


112.7 


124.3 


123.4 


125.7 


160 8 


150 


130 8 


184.3 


122.3 


D 


121.6 


111.1 


84.9 


151.5 


870 


119.3 


899 


88.8 


139.9 


121.1 


124.4 


166.0 


101 3 


1984 J 


126.4 


105.0 


115.1 


163.4 


96.1 


1127 


924 


111.4 


146.1 


120.7 


127.9 


149.1 


123.9 


F 


137.6 


115.6 


118.4 


193.8 


111.1 


115.6 


116.2 


1382 


156.8 


140.1 


1229 


170.5 


128.1 


M 


1423 


120.5 


1169 


1984 


110 4 


126 4 


117.8 


1272 


151.1 


136 


118 


177.0 


133.1 


A 


1400 


118.3 


106 6 


194.4 


97.6 


118.0 


105.5 


120.1 


169.7 


135.1 


127.0 


178.0 


130.4 


M 


141.7 


124.5 


105.1 


197.6 


102.3 


116.4 


108.7 


107.0 


1625 


1256 


135.0 


178.5 


131 7 


J 


151.4 


1390 


107.3 


2038 


1132 


127.1 


127 


131.8 


178 7 


134.2 


140 3 


179.7 


131.5 


J 


1250 


121.8 


398 


162.1 


988 


994 


104.3 


116.1 


150 5 


97.3 


1320 


150 9 


111.4 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 


123.3 


123.3 


111.9 


149.3 


97 1 


100 9 


1055 


115 8 


1270 


107.1 


1130 


160 2 


988 


S 


1200 


122.7 


119.2 


1425 


947 


109 9 


101.4 


1123 


123.5 


105.2 


110.3 


158 4 


947 


O 


116.3 


120.1 


113.6 


142.0 


90.0 


1107 


1039 


114.9 


129.5 


107.0 


111.7 


158 


93.2 


N 


115.7 


121.6 


113.4 


144.4 


91 9 


110.8 


105 5 


116.7 


125.2 


110.8 


112.1 


159.5 


93 1 


D 


1156 


119.2 


112.4 


144.1 


896 


112.1 


103.3 


115.6 


129 9 


113.4 


110.5 


160.5 


81.3 


1983 J 


121.6 


125 


124.1 


141.4 


81.3 


1164 


108.6 


115.5 


137.9 


120.0 


115.2 


158.5 


87.6 


F 


122.8 


122.6 


118.0 


151.2 


1049 


119.8 


107.3 


119.4 


1429 


1178 


116.8 


1602 


92.4 


M 


123 6 


121.7 


105.7 


156.5 


98 1 


118.3 


108 9 


121.1 


145.7 


122.7 


118 3 


161.2 


97.8 


A 


124.5 


123.0 


108 3 


157.5 


983 


1229 


121.3 


121.8 


146 4 


119 1 


119 5 


160.1 


101.2 


M 


125.3 


120.7 


105.3 


1550 


966 


118.6 


1086 


124.3 


148.7 


118.1 


122.3 


1620 


105.7 


J 


127.1 


122 8 


102 4 


160.7 


104.7 


122.1 


106.7 


114.3 


159.5 


123.0 


125.0 


163.8 


109 


J 


129 


123.7 


96.3 


1639 


107.1 


120.3 


110.8 


1206 


182.7 


124 6 


130.5 


163 1 


109 


A 


131.0 


121.6 


1022 


167.7 


1032 


1174 


112.6 


120.5 


166.3 


1289 


130.1 


1670 


111.0 


S 


132.7 


122.0 


103.5 


167.7 


105.6 


121.6 


111.7 


120.1 


168.3 


131.2 


132.2 


1682 


115.0 


O 


134.3 


121.0 


1034 


174.9 


108.2 


118.0 


110.9 


119.4 


162 2 


130.6 


1300 


166.6 


116.4 


N 


135.8 


121.7 


105.4 


179.0 


107.0 


119.1 


111.9 


121.2 


162.7 


134 9 


127.7 


168.6 


119.1 


D 


1378 


122.8 


107.5 


178.2 


113.1 


123.4 


113.2 


127.4 


162.5 


1359 


1393 


169 6 


118.0 


1984 J 


139 1 


122.4 


106 6 


1838 


1126 


1170 


104 6 


120 3 


155.0 


139.8 


133.9 


171.1 


123.7 


F 


134.0 


122.5 


105.8 


178.1 


109.5 


109 8 


112.3 


119.5 


147.3 


134.1 


116.1 


170.0 


121.2 


M 


1352 


123.8 


108 6 


182.2 


110.7 


116.5 


115.1 


118.6 


1425 


126 


110.9 


1726 


122 3 


A 


135.8 


123.0 


100.3 


186 2 


113.0 


113.5 


1116 


128 7 


157.8 


129 5 


1263 


172.1 


1228 


M 


1369 


123 3 


97.6 


191.8 


1083 


116.3 


119.6 


126.1 


157.7 


124.7 


131.5 


1750 


123.4 


J 


138.0 


124 9 


98.5 


185.9 


109.7 


122.8 


115.4 


129.7 


1636 


123.2 


131.9 


174.4 


123.2 


J 


143.4 


1265 


95.7 


193.7 


116.6 


124.0 


120.9 


129.4 


175.5 


132.2 


142.7 


176.5 


132.2 



28 



October 1984 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Continued 













Manufacturing 


industries 




















Metal 






















fabricating 


Machin- 






Non- 






Miscel- 
















ind. (ex 


eries 


Trans- 




metallic 


Petroleum 


Chemical 


laneous 












Year 




mach. & 


ind (ex 


portation 


Electrical 


mineral 


and coal 


and chem 


manufac- 




Transportation, 


communication and other utilities 


and 




transp 


electrical 


equipment 


products 


products 


products 


products 


turing 


Construction 










month 




equip ind. 


machinery 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industries 


industry 


Total 


Transp 


Storage 


Commun 




D 


144397 


144403 


144405 


144411 


144418 


144422 


144423 


144429 


144431 


144432 


144433 


144439 


144441 




D 


144225 


144231 


144233 


144239 


144246 


144250 


144251 


144257 


144259 


144260 


144261 


144267 


144269 


1982 




106.4 


170.3 


123.6 


123.7 


96 8 


852 


143.9 


118.9 


114.9 


160.1 


134.1 


124.1 


199 2 


1983 




104.1 


150 1 


1440 


1265 


103.1 


824 


158 .1 


120 7 


1132 


162.4 


1359 


1296 


1984 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 


101.7 


137.2 


119.2 


118.6 


108.6 


926 


133 


113.5 


1269 


155.7 


1379 


1179 


199 2 


S 


111.0 


161.1 


127.5 


1336 


111.5 


82.7 


152.4 


131.9 


126.4 


157.8 


1386 


142.8 


199 6 


O 


99.0 


150.0 


110.6 


128.4 


111.9 


78.6 


142.0 


1308 


126 6 


154 8 


1298 


132.5 


1972 


N 


100.8 


156.1 


105.3 


1236 


104 6 


895 


142.8 


121.6 


113.0 


158 7 


1266 


128 5 


199.3 


D 


82.4 


155.3 


89.6 


114.4 


74.5 


85.0 


130.7 


101.5 


99.7 


155.2 


119.0 


123.3 


193.8 


1983 J 


87.8 


120.4 


124.4 


1104 


71.4 


83.4 


139.0 


99.9 


957 


1577 


118.6 


102 6 


192 2 


F 


106.0 


153.0 


138.5 


125.6 


82.3 


836 


1634 


121.5 


94.9 


162.3 


124 8 


93 7 


197.8 


M 


111.0 


1560 


146.7 


124.5 


87.1 


776 


165.7 


124.2 


92.7 


1630 


1327 


1134 


197.8 


A 


103.2 


1359 


154.5 


123.4 


980 


628 


1643 


118 1 


100.1 


158 9 


133.1 


118 1 


195.0 


M 


99.6 


150.5 


160 5 


119.9 


110.0 


66.9 


162 8 


115.0 


114.4 


157.1 


1349 


139.2 


1973 


J 


110.7 


156 


161.8 


135.4 


128 8 


846 


167.1 


134.1 


134.3 


1623 


143 7 


145.9 


202.2 


J 


92.3 


116.0 


111.1 


107.8 


106.1 


864 


137.6 


101.7 


136 


154 6 


135 6 


1455 


194.4 


A 


103.5 


1387 


113.7 


121.1 


116.1 


888 


152 


1209 


131.5 


161.3 


1425 


134.2 


201.7 


S 


117.1 


163.2 


146.3 


141.1 


124.1 


949 


1690 


1387 


127.5 


164 6 


1460 


143.3 


201.4 


o 


1095 


173.5 


159.1 


140.7 


121.5 


89.5 


162.5 


137.0 


124.5 


165 5 


1439 


143 2 


199.6 


N 


115.7 


172 9 


1683 


138.5 


111.6 


87.0 


1665 


132.5 


111.5 


171.2 


1429 


142.0 


202.9 


D 


92.3 


165 2 


1422 


1289 


80.0 


84.8 


1479 


105.2 


95.2 


170.7 


132.0 


134.2 


198.4 


1984 J 


96.3 


149.6 


165.0 


125.3 


80.0 


89.2 


156 4 


1064 


89.6 


1724 


131.8 


111.5 


197.0 


F 


107.6 


174 3 


176.7 


1320 


94.0 


89.1 


170.3 


123 8 


90.0 


1723 


137.6 


1058 


202.7 


M 


114.5 


185.2 


191.6 


1348 


975 


826 


178 9 


130 


90.4 


1752 


143.5 


112 3 


2033 


A 


107.8 


1832 


1809 


1294 


110.0 


74.6 


175.4 


124 6 


988 


169.7 


144.7 


133.4 


201 7 


M 


107.3 


183.0 


184.5 


128 6 


117.1 


78.8 


179 


123 2 


107.5 


170 8 


149.7 


153 


205.0 


J 


115.2 


193.4 


196 3 


1394 


129.1 


886 


1853 


1392 


1233 


172.7 


156 2 


159 6 


2095 


J 


998 


161.0 


1395 


112.1 


116.7 


91.7 


149.1 


114 3 


1279 


167.4 


150 8 


1684 


201.9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 


1054 


1592 


143 9 


1257 


983 


858 


143.0 


116.3 


109.1 


158 4 


1320 


122 


1984 


S 


1002 


161.1 


127.1 


124.4 


95.5 


84.3 


1469 


115.5 


109.4 


158 9 


133.3 


1283 


196 8 


O 


97.5 


1444 


110.3 


118.7 


95.2 


81.9 


1429 


117.5 


111.9 


155 6 


1284 


121.0 


196.5 


N 


96.7 


149.5 


102.9 


117.6 


95.0 


82.8 


1409 


114.5 


110.5 


156 1 


128.4 


121.3 


196 4 


D 


97.1 


155.7 


1088 


116.2 


93.3 


81.0 


143.2 


120.5 


114.0 


155 


128.1 


123.7 


195.7 


1983 J 


99.7 


135.5 


137.8 


1238 


98.8 


81.6 


148.3 


118.0 


1174 


1558 


129 


124.1 


1962 


F 


99.4 


139.9 


135.4 


1226 


96.9 


81 2 


152.4 


121.1 


113.3 


1562 


128 8 


116.7 


196 8 


M 


101.1 


141.0 


133.4 


123.1 


100.7 


793 


153 9 


118.3 


110.7 


158 4 


131.6 


135.3 


197 3 


A 


101.5 


134.5 


1338 


1226 


102.3 


76.3 


157.6 


1188 


111.2 


158.9 


1323 


125.6 


196.7 


M 


101.3 


144 


137.4 


120.2 


1028 


76.2 


156.7 


117.7 


116.8 


1604 


1330 


1289 


198 


J 


102.8 


145.1 


133.7 


126.1 


107.6 


81.1 


155 2 


121.9 


1203 


163.5 


1346 


127.9 


199 


J 


104.3 


1383 


135.9 


125.4 


1073 


81.1 


158.5 


115.0 


115.5 


161.8 


1338 


1285 


198 5 


A 


107.2 


159.7 


142.5 


127.1 


106 9 


81 9 


163 4 


123.1 


111.9 


1643 


137.6 


137.4 


200 2 


S 


1059 


161.7 


1463 


1305 


107.3 


95.9 


162.2 


121.7 


110.0 


165.6 


140.3 


129.2 


198 8 


O 


1082 


167.1 


160.5 


130 2 


1042 


930 


1643 


1230 


110.7 


166 5 


1423 


131.4 


198.8 


N 


111.5 


1659 


166.0 


132 2 


102.8 


804 


1648 


124 4 


109 8 


169.4 


146.2 


134.7 


199 5 


D 


103.7 


165.1 


177.8 


132.8 


102.0 


81.2 


162.6 


124 3 


108.4 


1698 


142.7 


134.1 


2006 


1984 J 


105.8 


169.5 


181.1 


139.5 


107.9 


87.1 


168.1 


124.9 


108.0 


1695 


143.3 


131.8 


2009 


F 


104.1 


164 9 


172.0 


130.1 


109 7 


863 


158.6 


123.8 


1082 


168 


142.7 


1298 


201 6 


M 


104.7 


1686 


175.1 


133.4 


109 6 


84.7 


166 8 


123.9 


1082 


169.2 


142.5 


128.1 


2029 


A 


105 8 


178.7 


156 2 


129.3 


115.1 


91 7 


168.2 


125 6 


110.2 


170.2 


143.7 


1408 


2036 


M 


108 7 


175.8 


157.6 


130.1 


109.5 


90.4 


172.0 


126.1 


109 3 


173.4 


1476 


141.2 


2056 


J 


108.0 


181.3 


161.5 


129.8 


108.1 


84.4 


172.4 


1262 


1105 


172.6 


1460 


1428 


206 1 


J 


111.9 


194.3 


169.7 


1304 


116.9 


86.0 


171.4 


1298 


112.2 


175.2 


148.9 


151.0 


206 1 



29 



Section 3— Table 2 2/Continued 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2 2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 = 100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/continued 



October 1984 





Electric 

power, gas 

and water 

utilities 




Trade 




Finance. 

insurance, 

and real 

estate 




Community, business and personal services 






Year 

and 
month 


Total 


Wholesale 
trade 


Retail 
trade 


Total 


Education Health & 

& related Welfare 

services services 


Amusement 
and rec 
services 


Services 
to business 
management 


Personal 
services 


Accom. 
and food 
services 


D 

D 


144443 

144271 


144446 
144274 


144447 
144275 


144449 
144277 


144463 
144291 


144470 
144298 


144471 144472 
144299 144300 


144473 
144301 


144474 
144302 


144475 
144303 


144476 
144304 


1982 
1983 


180.4 
187.1 


144.6 
150.7 


141.9 
1479 


146.6 
152.7 


168 
171.5 


150.1 
152 2 


111.4 1429 
112.1 148 2 


194 2 
1962 


276.3 
282 1 


118.3 
121.7 


137 
1335 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 


151.4 


141.1 


138 8 


142.8 


168 2 


1440 


804 


1445 


221 6 


2768 


1185 


157.0 


S 


156 8 


1463 


1466 


146.1 


1694 


152 4 


110.9 


144.1 


201 


2766 


1185 


150.6 


o 


167 4 


145.1 


146.7 


144 


168 9 


153.3 


119.3 


144.3 


191.9 


279.1 


119.6 


136.5 


N 


191.1 


152.2 


143.7 


1582 


172.1 


152.0 


120 9 


143.7 


1849 


277.7 


119 6 


126.6 


D 


1999 


1635 


124.1 


191.9 


168 1 


147 7 


116 1 


1448 


177.0 


275.6 


120 2 


109.0 


1983 J 


215.7 


124.6 


129.1 


121.4 


166.7 


147.0 


117 1 


1448 


178.1 


271.6 


120.7 


106.0 


F 


216.6 


131.8 


1376 


127.6 


169 


148.5 


113.1 


1456 


180.7 


275.5 


120.1 


120.9 


M 


199.4 


139.6 


142.0 


137.9 


171 4 


152.1 


1220 


146.7 


181.5 


2759 


122 2 


121.8 


A 


182 4 


144.4 


144.8 


1440 


1709 


153.1 


121.3 


147.3 


188 4 


2766 


121.8 


127.8 


M 


165 5 


155.3 


155.3 


155.4 


172.3 


154.7 


118.4 


1486 


2002 


2796 


122 6 


137.0 


J 


162.3 


1636 


159.5 


1666 


173.5 


155 7 


112 6 


1489 


208 1 


2840 


123.4 


150.6 


J 


155.0 


1484 


1446 


151.2 


172.3 


148.2 


86.7 


1496 


212.1 


287 1 


122.4 


152 9 


A 


161.9 


150.1 


148.4 


151.4 


173.4 


147.5 


820 


149.5 


221 9 


2873 


122.3 


156.3 


S 


168 5 


155.4 


157.7 


153.7 


173 8 


156 3 


112.5 


149.1 


203 1 


2882 


1220 


151.9 





1799 


157.9 


1636 


153.8 


171 4 


156.7 


120 7 


1490 


198 2 


2884 


121.5 


135.9 


N 


204 9 


1630 


156.4 


167.7 


173.1 


155 7 


122.1 


1489 


194.4 


2873 


120.1 


127 8 


D 


234 1 


174 3 


1364 


201 6 


169.7 


151.0 


116.9 


1499 


186 9 


283 1 


1208 


112 2 


1984 J 


246 2 


131.5 


136.8 


127.8 


169.1 


151.2 


1188 


150.4 


1858 


281 9 


122.1 


107 9 


F 


2256 


141.6 


152 6 


133.7 


172.3 


155 5 


121.8 


1502 


1897 


2892 


122.1 


124.5 


M 


2236 


1472 


155.2 


141.3 


1739 


157.2 


123.2 


1508 


187.7 


2945 


121.9 


130 1 


A 


195 6 


155 8 


155 4 


156.1 


173.6 


157 5 


122.7 


151.4 


191.5 


2923 


122.4 


132.5 


M 


183.4 


165.1 


167.7 


163.2 


175.4 


159 5 


119.8 


152.3 


2104 


2937 


123.2 


146.2 


J 


171 1 


173.5 


178.6 


1698 


176.3 


160 6 


113.9 


153.4 


221.2 


297 3 


1239 


159.6 


J 


167 2 


154 7 


154.1 


155.1 


174 8 


152.1 


877 


154.1 


2295 


2965 


123 1 


158.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 


178.6 


143.1 


139.5 


145 7 


1680 


1499 


111.0 


143.7 


195 4 


275.1 


118.7 


136.3 


S 


179.0 


1430 


1398 


145.3 


168 4 


1500 


1113 


144.0 


196 6 


2749 


118.9 


135.6 


O 


1766 


141.6 


1377 


144.5 


1692 


150 2 


111.7 


144.5 


1930 


2767 


119.4 


134.2 


N 


178.9 


1438 


1395 


1468 


171.1 


149 8 


111.5 


1446 


1920 


2768 


1196 


132.0 


D 


174 9 


143.9 


138.7 


147.6 


1697 


150 3 


112.1 


145.2 


1923 


278 1 


120.1 


130.6 


1983 J 


176 3 


1469 


146.4 


147.3 


169.5 


150.1 


1118 


145.4 


193.4 


2783 


120 3 


130.1 


F 


178 4 


1447 


1402 


1480 


1688 


1482 


1056 


146.5 


1950 


2763 


120 3 


129 9 


M 


179.8 


147.4 


140.1 


152.6 


170 1 


1508 


112.5 


147.5 


1967 


275.4 


122.7 


129.5 


A 


182 


145.3 


144.7 


1458 


171.6 


151.5 


112.6 


147 5 


200 2 


2776 


122 


131.7 


M 


185 1 


147.8 


143 9 


150 6 


171 6 


151.9 


112.8 


148.1 


1947 


278.9 


122.4 


132 8 


J 


194.7 


154.3 


150.3 


157.3 


172.4 


152.5 


1128 


147.8 


192.2 


2830 


122 6 


134.2 


J 


1895 


154.2 


153.7 


154 5 


173.1 


153 


113.0 


1482 


186.2 


2849 


122.5 


135.8 


A 


189 1 


152.3 


149.1 


154 6 


173.1 


1536 


113.1 


148 5 


195.7 


286 1 


122.5 


135.8 


S 


1908 


151 9 


1503 


153.0 


172.8 


1539 


113.1 


149.0 


1978 


2864 


122.5 


136.3 


O 


189.8 


154.1 


153 6 


154.4 


171 6 


1536 


113.1 


1494 


199 6 


2858 


121.3 


1338 


N 


193.0 


154.1 


151.8 


155.7 


171 8 


153.7 


112.8 


1499 


201 8 


2865 


120.1 


133.7 


D 


201 8 


154 5 


152.4 


156.1 


170.6 


153 8 


112.9 


150 4 


2030 


2854 


120 7 


135 


1984 J 


199.0 


155.3 


154.7 


155.7 


171 9 


154 5 


1134 


1509 


2023 


2882 


121.8 


133.3 


F 


192 9 


155.2 


1554 


155.1 


172.1 


155.1 


1137 


151.1 


2047 


2899 


122 3 


134.2 


M 


197.6 


155.4 


155.1 


1556 


172.6 


155.9 


113.6 


151.6 


203.3 


293 9 


122.4 


138.1 


A 


197.4 


156.7 


154.6 


158 2 


173.9 


1559 


113 9 


151.6 


2032 


2934 


122.6 


136 8 


M 


200 6 


1577 


157.4 


1579 


175 1 


1567 


114.2 


151.8 


2049 


2930 


123.0 


141.5 


J 


1999 


160 .1 


162 


158.8 


175.1 


157.3 


114.2 


152.3 


204 7 


2963 


123 .1 


142.2 


J 


2043 


160.3 


1625 


158.8 


176 


156.9 


114.4 


152.7 


201.4 


2943 


123 1 


140.5 



30 



October 1984 

2— Domestic Product by Industry 

Table 2.2: Gross domestic product by industry of origin, monthly volume indexes (1971 =100), 

based on the 1970 standard industrial classification/concluded 



Section 3— Table 2.2/Concluded 





Public 

admin 

and defence 








Special industry 


groupings 








Year 
and 
month 


Industrial 
production 


Gross 

domestic 

product less 

agriculture 


Goods- 
producing 
industries 


Service- 
producing 
industries 


Commercial 
industries 


Non- 
commercial 
industries 


Non-durable 

manufacturing 

industries 


Durable 

manufacturing 
industries 


D 

D 


144477 
144305 


144484 

144312 


144483 

144311 


144485 
144313 


144486 
144314 


144487 
144315 


144488 
144316 


144490 
144318 


144489 

144317 


1982 

1983 


136.6 
138.4 


1230 
129.7 


139.8 

143.7 


121.1 

126.0 


151.5 

154.5 


142.6 
146.9 


123 8 
125 4 


125.0 
131.1 


1178 
126 1 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



142.2 


116.3 


137.7 


115.7 


1499 


1406 


1160 


1240 


111.4 


138.4 


124.9 


1426 


1845 


153.6 


175.4 


1249 


134 6 


121 6 


136 1 


121.4 


140.8 


114.1 


152.3 


139 1 


126 7 


128 7 


114 1 


134.9 


1238 


141.2 


113.4 


153.4 


139 6 


126.4 


129.4 


112.1 


134.1 


110.0 


135.2 


102.0 


152 3 


133.6 


124.4 


110.4 


954 


133.8 


116.5 


131.6 


106.3 


143.9 


129.6 


124.5 


114.7 


104.8 


134.7 


130.5 


1380 


1168 


1472 


137.4 


123.6 


132.1 


121.8 


136.0 


131.4 


141.0 


116.9 


151.5 


139.7 


127.5 


133.0 


127 2 


135.8 


127.8 


140.7 


123.7 


152.6 


1439 


127 3 


129 6 


126.4 


140.2 


128.0 


144.2 


124.9 


156 4 


147 1 


128 4 


129.6 


129.5 


143.9 


136.1 


150.8 


125.8 


1603 


150 4 


128 2 


140.2 


138.6 


145.2 


112.4 


139.6 


112.5 


153.5 


1407 


119.9 


1173 


106.7 


144.5 


124.2 


143.9 


123.0 


154.8 


147.3 


117.9 


1320 


117.6 


140.0 


1390 


150.5 


192.9 


158 6 


1828 


1265 


144.7 


138.0 


137.2 


1386 


149.7 


1270 


158.1 


149 4 


128.1 


1388 


139.5 


134.8 


142.2 


150 2 


126 9 


1589 


150.1 


127.4 


139.5 


142.0 


134.8 


129.4 


1440 


115.7 


157.6 


143.9 


125.7 


122.2 


121.1 


135.4 


134.2 


1399 


119.2 


148 9 


139.2 


1265 


123.0 


129 6 


135.9 


142.4 


145.7 


125.5 


1539 


145.7 


127.7 


1344 


140.7 


137.1 


1458 


148.5 


127.3 


156.7 


1484 


1288 


137.1 


1472 


136.7 


1408 


148.1 


1330 


158 5 


152.6 


1285 


135 2 


1447 


140.6 


1408 


151.2 


1327 


1626 


155.2 


129 5 


138 1 


1452 


144.8 


1476 


157.0 


1325 


166 2 


157.7 


1296 


148.5 


154.3 


146.3 


125.6 


146.1 


121.2 


158 7 


148 5 


121.3 


126 4 


123.6 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 



136.8 


1235 


1389 


120 2 


150 9 


141.7 


1239 


124 5 


122.1 


1373 


120.8 


1385 


118.7 


151.1 


141 1 


124.3 


124.1 


116.0 


137.4 


118.1 


137.5 


117.2 


150 5 


139 8 


124.5 


123.2 


109.7 


137.4 


118.2 


137.9 


116.8 


151.2 


140.1 


124.4 


123 8 


1078 


137.9 


117.7 


137.9 


117.2 


151.1 


140.2 


124.9 


123.4 


108.0 


137.8 


122.4 


140 .1 


121 7 


151.7 


1429 


1247 


126 4 


1169 


138.1 


123.3 


139.3 


121.4 


150.5 


142.3 


122 9 


128 2 


117.5 


138.4 


124.3 


140.7 


121.6 


152.6 


143.3 


1256 


1282 


1192 


138.7 


125.2 


141.1 


122 4 


152.7 


1437 


125.7 


129 8 


119.3 


138.8 


126.3 


142.4 


1242 


153.5 


145.2 


125.8 


129 


121.6 


138.6 


129 2 


144.7 


127.1 


155.4 


148 


125 6 


130.4 


124.0 


138.2 


1300 


144.7 


126.8 


155.5 


1480 


125.6 


1320 


126.1 


138.8 


132.1 


145.3 


127.6 


155.9 


1486 


125.9 


132.9 


129.2 


1388 


134.4 


146 


1292 


156 


1495 


1260 


133 9 


131 5 


138.5 


135.4 


1464 


129 6 


156 3 


1499 


1259 


133.5 


135.1 


137.4 


1365 


1468 


130.1 


156.7 


150.5 


125.5 


133 8 


1377 


138.7 


139.1 


147.3 


131.6 


1564 


1509 


126 2 


136 7 


138.9 


139.3 


140.1 


1484 


132.7 


157.2 


151.9 


1266 


135.9 


1423 


139.4 


135 8 


147.1 


129.5 


157.4 


150.4 


126.8 


130 9 


1370 


139.5 


137.5 


147.9 


130.7 


157.9 


151.4 


1268 


132.3 


138.1 


1396 


138 


148 3 


130.7 


158 6 


151.9 


126 9 


135.6 


136.1 


139.1 


1388 


149.3 


131.6 


159.7 


153.2 


1269 


137.6 


136.3 


139.5 


139.7 


150.1 


132.6 


1603 


1540 


127.0 


138 3 


137.8 


1394 


145.3 


152.2 


137.1 


160 7 


156 5 


127.1 


141 5 


145.2 



31 



Section 3— Table 3.1 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars) 



October 1984 



1982 
1983 



Year 


Total 
current 
receipts 


Total 

current 

payments 


Current 
account 
balance 


Goods and services' 
Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Merchandise trade 2 




Service transactions 




quarter 


Exports Imports 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


D 

D 


50525 
60525 


50550 
60550 


50555 
60555 


50503 50541 
60722 60723 


50558 
60724 


50501 50526 
60501 60526 


50551 
60551 


50502 50544 
60710 60714 


50556 
60718 



104,910 
110,905 



102.245 
109.219 



2.665 
1.686 



101,742 
108,167 



100.448 
107,263 



1.293 
904 



84,540 
90,825 



66,726 
73.120 



17,813 

17.705 



17.202 
17,342 



33,722 
34.143 



-16,520 
-16,801 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


24,584 


25,137 


-553 


23.902 


24,631 


-729 


20,531 


16,593 


3,938 


3.372 


8.038 


-4.667 


2 


28,612 


27,470 


1.142 


27,879 


26.946 


934 


23,507 


18,414 


5,093 


4,372 


8.532 


-4,160 


3 


27.460 


27,128 


333 


26.834 


26,653 


181 


21,534 


17.867 


3.667 


5,300 


8,785 


-3,486 


4 


30,248 


29,485 


764 


29,552 


29,034 


518 


25,253 


20.246 


5,007 


4,299 


8,788 


-4,489 


1984 1 


30,793 


32,085 


-1.292 


30,074 


31,479 


-1,405 


26,132 


22.056 


4,075 


3,942 


9,422 


-5,480 


2 


35,040 


34,576 


464 


34,283 


33.988 


295 


29,542 


24,349 


5,194 


4,741 


9,640 


-4.899 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


25.946 


25,321 


625 


25,241 


24.826 


415 


21,133 


16.872 


4,261 


4,108 


7,954 


-3,847 


2 


27,177 


25.867 


1,309 


26.488 


25,377 


1.111 


22,242 


16.963 


5.279 


4,246 


8,414 


-4,169 


3 


27,729 


28.017 


-288 


27,073 


27,539 


-466 


22,655 


18.772 


3,883 


4,418 


8,767 


-4,349 


4 


30,053 


30,014 


39 


29.366 


29,521 


-155 


24,795 


20.513 


4,281 


4,571 


9,008 


-4,437 


1984 1 


32,371 


32,332 


39 


31.623 


31,742 


-120 


26,801 


22.314 


4,487 


4,822 


9,428 


-4,607 


2 


33.362 


32,731 


631 


32.648 


32.181 


467 


28,016 


22,609 


5,407 


4,632 


9.572 


-4,939 



Year 




Travel 




Interest and dividends 


Freight and shipping 


Other 


service transactions 


With- 
holding 
tax 3 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


Receipts 


Payments Balance 


D 
D 


50506 
60506 


50531 
60531 


50718 
60554 


50508 50533 50719 
60508 60533 60556 


50512 50537 50720 
60512 60537 60557 


50516 
60711 


50545 50721 
60715 60719 


50722 
60727 



982 


3,724 


5,008 


-1,284 


1,698 


10,824 


-9,126 


3,922 


3,337 


585 


7.858 


13,375 


-5,517 


-1,178 


983 


3,841 


6,045 


-2,204 


2,017 


10,971 


-8,954 


3,962 


3.423 


539 


7.522 


12,661 


-5,139 


-1,043 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


386 


1,530 


-1.144 


472 


2,591 


-2,118 


805 


678 


126 


1.708 


2,989 


-1.281 


-250 


2 


997 


1.556 


-559 


414 


2,707 


-2,293 


1,037 


888 


149 


1.924 


3.116 


-1,192 


-265 


3 


1,882 


1,737 


145 


501 


2,706 


-2,205 


1.046 


890 


156 


1,871 


3.235 


-1,364 


-217 


4 


576 


1.222 


-646 


630 


2,967 


-2,337 


1,075 


966 


108 


2,018 


3,321 


-1.303 


-311 


1984 1 


481 


1,836 


-1.355 


446 


3,076 


-2,630 


984 


875 


109 


2.031 


3,378 


-1.346 


-258 


2 


1,089 


1,582 


-493 


346 


3,090 


-2,744 


1,180 


1,133 


47 


2,126 


3.562 


-1.437 


-272 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


921 


1.332 


-411 


514 


2.678 


-2.164 


930 


794 


136 


1,743 


2.904 


-1.160 


-246 


2 


957 


1.512 


-555 


446 


2,792 


-2,346 


974 


826 


148 


1.868 


3.033 


-1,165 


-251 


3 


983 


1.557 


-575 


561 


2.772 


-2,211 


1.002 


860 


142 


1.872 


3,305 


-1,433 


-273 


4 


980 


1,643 


-663 


497 


2.730 


-2,233 


1.056 


943 


113 


2.038 


3,419 


-1,381 


-273 


1984 1 


1,131 


1,610 


-479 


470 


3,219 


-2,749 


1,139 


1.030 


109 


2.082 


3,315 


-1,233 


-254 


2 


1,049 


1,568 


-520 


404 


3,210 


-2,806 


1.107 


1,052 


55 


2,072 


3.481 


-1,409 


-260 



32 



October 1984 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.1: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, all countries (million dollars)/concluded 



Section 3— Tables 3.1 /Concluded to Table 3.2 



Year 




Transfers 




Inheritances and migrants' 


funds 


Personal and institutional remittances 


With- 
holding 
tax 3 


Official 


quarter 


Receipts 


Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments 


Balance 


Receipts Payments Balance 


contributions 


D 

D 


50517 
60712 


50546 
60716 


50557 
60720 


50515 50540 
60515 60540 


50723 
60558 


50518 50547 50724 
60713 60717 60721 


50716 
60726 


50725 
60709 



1982 
1983 



3,168 
2,737 



1,797 
1,956 



1,371 
781 



1.391 
1,078 



336 
343 



1,055 
735 



600 
616 



581 
631 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



18 
-15 



1,178 
1,043 



-880 
-982 



1983 1 


682 


506 


176 


284 


71 


213 


148 


157 


-9 


250 


-278 


2 


733 


524 


208 


319 


83 


236 


149 


157 


-8 


265 


-284 


3 


626 


475 


151 


260 


108 


152 


149 


158 


-9 


217 


-209 


4 


696 


451 


245 


215 


80 


135 


170 


159 


11 


311 


-212 


1984 1 


719 


607 


113 


305 


73 


233 


156 


167 


-11 


258 


-367 


2 


757 


588 


169 


333 


85 


248 


151 


167 


-16 


272 


-335 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1983 1 


706 


495 


211 


311 


83 


228 


148 


157 


-9 


246 


-255 


2 


689 


490 


199 


289 


86 


203 


149 


157 


-8 


251 


-247 


3 


656 


478 


178 


234 


88 


146 


149 


158 


-9 


273 


-232 


4 


687 


493 


194 


243 


85 


158 


170 


159 


11 


273 


-248 


1984 1 


749 


589 


159 


338 


86 


253 


156 


167 


-11 


254 


-337 


2 


713 


550 


164 


302 


87 


215 


151 


167 


-16 


260 


-295 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

1 As used in national income and expenditure accounts. 2 Trade of Canada figures with certain valuation, coverage and timing adjustments appropriate for Balance of Payments 

withheld on service payments and income distribution to non-residents 

Table 3.2: Canadian balance of international payments, current account, area distribution 1 (million dollars) 







United Stales 








United Kingdom 








All 


other countries 












Merchan- 








1 


vlerchan- 










Merchan- 




Year 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 






Current 


dise 


Non-mer- 


or 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


Total 


Total 


account 


trade 


chandise 


quarter 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 1 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


receipts 


payments 


balance 


balance 


balance 2 


D 


3907 


3908 


3909 


3910 


3911 


3912 


3913 


3914 


3915 


3916 


3917 


3918 


3919 


3920 


3921 


1982 


66,334 


67,703 


-1,369 


11,291 


-12,660 


5,114 


4,761 


353 


756 


-403 


32,284 


28,603 


3,681 


5,766 


-2.085 


1983 


75,785 


73,812 


1.973 


14,063 


-12.090 


4,451 


4.235 


216 


780 


-564 


29.626 


30,130 


-504 


2,861 


-3,365 


1983 1 


17,169 


16,873 


297 


3,561 


-3,264 


1,012 


929 


82 


191 


-108 


6,153 


7,085 


-932 


186 


-1,118 


2 


19,163 


19,156 


7 


3,081 


-3,074 


1,102 


1,063 


39 


203 


-164 


8,082 


6,985 


1.096 


1.810 


-714 


3 


18,517 


17,929 


588 


3.022 


-2,434 


1,161 


1,154 


7 


163 


-156 


7,565 


7,827 


-263 


482 


-745 


4 


20,935 


19,854 


1,081 


4,400 


-3,318 


1,176 


1,088 


88 


224 


-136 


7,826 


8.232 


-406 


383 


-789 


1984 1 


22,728 


21 ,957 


772 


4.623 


-3.851 


984 


1,145 


-161 


23 


-184 


6.823 


8,726 


-1,903 


-571 


-1,332 


2 


25.050 


24,076 


974 


4,495 


-3.521 


1,106 


1.186 


-80 


103 


-182 


8.611 


9.042 


-430 


596 


-1,027 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

'Excludes withholding tax includes service transactions and transfer balances 



33 



Section 3— Table 3.3 

3— Balance of international payments 

Table 3.3: Canadian balance of international payments, capital account, 1 all countries (million dollars) 



October 1984 













Canadian stocks 




Trade in outstanding Canadian bonds 




New issues of Canadian bonds 






Direct investment 




































Year 








Trade 
n out- 




New 


Retire- 




Govern- 
ment ot 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 






Govern- 
ment of 


Pro- 


Munici- 


Corpo- 




or 


In 






quarter 


Canada 


Abroad 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Total 


Canada' 


vincial 3 


pal 


ration* 




Total 


Canada 2 


vincial 3 


pal 


ration* 


Total 


D 


50560 


50564 




50576 


50586 


50587 


50585 


65001 


65002 


65003 


65004 




65000 


65006 


65007 


65008 


65009 


65005 


1982 


-900 


-950 




-507 




192 


-4 


-319 


158 


-213 


-23 


-38 




-117 


3.962 


7,508 


683 


4.043 


16.196 


1983 


200 


-2.700 




-262 


1 


,180 


-6 


912 


399 


165 


58 


-87 




535 


2,313 


5,298 


333 


1,603 


9.548 


1983 1 


-240 


-545 




-103 




229 


-1 


126 


74 


-59 


7 


-30 




-8 


711 


1.630 


40 


264 


2.645 


2 


465 


-640 




-16 




145 


-1 


128 


237 


9 


13 


-29 




231 


480 


1.440 


150 


582 


2,652 


3 


-90 


-530 




48 




464 


-1 


511 


130 


115 


12 


-5 




252 


264 


893 


— 


163 


1,320 


4 


65 


-985 




-191 




341 


-3 


147 


-42 


100 


27 


-24 




61 


858 


1.336 


143 


594 


2,931 


1984 1 


625 


-750 




-127 




104 


-3 


-27 


311 


158 


15 


34 




519 


470 


1,190 


359 


225 


2,243 


2 


675 


-500 




-56 




115 


-3 


55 


390 


158 


12 


134 




694 


726 


1,260 


40 


677 


2,703 






























Government of 






































Canada loans and 












Retirements of Canadian bonds 






Foreign securities 




subscriptions 




























Total 


















Other 


Total 


Year 


Govern- 
















Trade 














long- 


or 


ment ot 




Pro 


Munic- 




Corpo- 




Canadian 


in out- 


New 


Ret 


re- 




Repay- 


Export 


long- 


term 


quarter 


Canada 1 


vincial 3 




ipal 




ration* 


Total 


bonds 


standing 


issues 


ments 


Advances ments 


credits 


term 


capital 






























50624 & 










D 


65011 


65012 


65013 




65014 


65010 


50651 


50600 


50608 


50616 


50626 50629 


50632 


50650 


50687 


1982 


-823 


-1.828 




-319 




-1,393 


-4,363 


11,716 


-530 


-31 




18 




490 


42 


-2.239 


1,766 


8,084 


1983 


-2.045 


-1,657 




-300 




1,041 


-5.042 


5,041 


-1,216 


-35 




53 




664 


48 


261 


410 


2.310 


1983 1 


-319 


. 


j36 




-122 




-477 


-1.454 


1,183 


-355 


-13 




4 




243 


5 


520 


274 


716 


2 


-847 


- 


125 




-71 




-279 


-1.522 


1.361 


-470 


-6 




3 




121 


1 


224 


75 


1.021 


3 


-243 


- 


}72 




-38 




-137 


-790 


782 


-25 


-4 




2 




101 


6 


-154 


-241 


155 


4 


-636 


" 


4?4 




-69 




-148 


-1.277 


1,715 


-366 


-12 




43 




200 


36 


-328 


302 


418 


1984 1 


-646 


. 


433 




-83 




-192 


-1.353 


1,409 


-426 


-104 




5 




155 


9 


-206 


-161 


219 


2 


-641 


" 


173 




-49 




-235 


-1,198 


2,200 


-116 


-16 




3 




197 




-475 


505 


2,134 




Resident he 

ol 
foreign cur 


jldings 






































rency 
































Offi 






Chartered 




Dial 




bank net 


Non- 
































monetary 




loreign 


bank 










Non-resident holdings of 


















movements 




currency holdings 






























Allo- 


in the form of 




position 
with 


of 














Other 














Net 


cation 








foreign 






Govern- 






finance 






All 




Total 


Net 


errors 


of 


Official 




Year 


non- 


cur- 




Cana- 




ment 




Finance 


company 


Com- 




other 




short- 


capital 


and 


special 


inter- 


Official 


or 


resi- 


rencies 




dian $ 


demand 


Treasury 


company 


obli- 


mercial 


Other 


trans- 




term 


move- 


omis- 


drawing 


national 


monetary 


quarter 


dents 


abroad 


deposits 


liabilities 


bills 


paper 


gations 


paper 


paper 


actions 5 




capital 


ment 


sions 


rights 


reserves 


liabilities 


D 


50659 


50660 




50652 


50654 


50656 


50668 


50676 


50667 


50669 


50686 




50688 


50689 


50693 


50710 


50713 


50714 


1982 


-3.700 


-3.118 




-717 




— 


106 


-1,149 


54 


6 


182 


-1,306 




-9.642 


-1,558 


-1,802 


— 


-666 


-30 


1983 


1,552 


958 




-709 




221 


997 


137 


-265 


176 


807 


-1.754 




2,119 


4.428 


-5,566 


— 


548 


— 


1983 1 


199 


-284 




-204 




110 


364 


8 


-13 


13 


-82 


-359 




-249 


467 


660 


_ 


575 


_ 


2 


2,003 


-731 




-243 




41 


143 


111 


16 


150 


15 


-626 




878 


1.900 


-2.862 


— 


180 


— 


3 


-70 


866 




45 




3 


330 


54 


-20 


-58 


740 


760 




2,651 


2.806 


-2,876 


— 


263 


— 


4 


-579 


1.107 




-308 




67 


160 


-36 


-248 


71 


134 


-1,529 




-1,162 


-745 


-488 


— 


-469 


— 


1984 1 


1,997 


-3.357 




565 




-58 


346 


-91 


-9 


-34 


213 


414 




-15 


204 


-172 





-752 


-508 


2 


-1.358 


-1,077 




181 




137 


1,355 


82 


-47 


78 


-93 


-1.484 




-2.225 


-91 


-1,912 




-892 


-647 



Note: Components may not add to totals due to rounding 

'A minus sign, except for official monetary movements, indicates an outflow of capital from Canada 'Includes issues of Federal government entreprises 'Includes issues of Provin- 
cial government entreprises 'Excludes issues of government entreprises 'Includes changes in loans and accounts receivable and payable 

Sources for above tables: Quarterly Estimates of the Canadian Balance ot International Payments (67-001), The Canadian Balance of International Payments (67-201), annual, 
and Security Transactions with Non-Residents (67-002), monthly, Statistics Canada. 



34 



Section 4 ■ Labour 

36 1 . Wages and Salaries, by Province 

37 2. Wages and Salaries by Industry and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada 

38 3. Labour Force Characteristics ot the Population 15 years of Age and Over 

4. Selected Labour Force Series by Sex and Main Age Group 

39 4.1 Employed 

40 4.2 Unemployed 

41 4.3 Participation Rates 

42 4.4 Unemployment Rates 

5. Labour Force Characteristics, by Province 

43 5.1 Labour Force 

44 5.2 Employed 

45 5.3 Unemployed 

46 5.4 Participation Rates 

47 5.5 Unemployment Rates 

48 6. Unemployment Insurance Statistics 
7. Help Wanted Index 

49 8. Time Lost in Work Stoppages, by Industry Groups 

50 9. Total Number ot Employees, by Industry Group 

51 10. Total Number of Employees, by Manufacturing Industry 

52 11. Average Weekly Earnings, by Industry Group 

53 12. Average Weekly Earnings, by Manufacturing Industry 

54 13. Total Number of Employees, Canada and Provinces 

54 14. Average Weekly Earnings, Canada and Provinces 

55 15. Average Hourly Earnings 

56 16. Average Weekly Hours 



35 



Section 
Table 1 


4— Table 1 
: Wages and 


salaries, by province based 


on the 


196C 


standard 


industrial 


classification 


(million dollars) 


October 1984 


Year 
and 
month 


Newfound- 
land 


Prince 

Edward 

Island 


Nova Scotia 


New 
Brunswick 




Quebec 


Ontario 


Manitoba 


Saskatch- 
ewan 


Alberta 


British 
Columbia 


Canada' 


D 

D 


5226 
5237 


5227 
5238 


5228 
5239 


5229 
5240 




5230 
5241 


5231 
5242 


5232 
5243 


5233 

5244 


5234 
5245 


5235 
5246 


5225 
5236 


1982 

1983 


2.660 
2,740 


530 
585 


4,792 

5.151 


3,582 

3,870 




44,067 
45,762 


75,345 
80,750 


7,219 

7,632 


6.027 
6,377 


20,512 
20,675 


22,732 
23.293 


188,221 
197,632 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


241 2 


500 


421.1 


309 7 


3,686.2 


6,399.6 


624 


492.1 


1.742 7 


1,840.5 


15,872 5 


A 


225.0 


50.1 


4103 


3182 


3.650.3 


6,2497 


611.0 


521.1 


1.764 7 


1,715.6 


15,582.6 


S 


2278 


49.4 


4138 


304 9 


3,760.7 


6,369 4 


620 5 


534.7 


1,775.1 


1.924 3 


16,048 7 





2262 


46.0 


406 5 


311.4 


3.757.7 


6,343.2 


6155 


5288 


1,775.9 


1,938.3 


16,0137 


N 


2199 


44.5 


405.1 


309 8 


3.710 7 


6,301.5 


601.2 


513.7 


1,721.5 


1,915.1 


15,802.6 


D 


216.4 


43.8 


4034 


299 5 


3.7058 


6.307 1 


605 5 


497 9 


1,717,7 


1,848.1 


15,701.4 


1983 J 


206 7 


428 


3925 


298 9 


3.513 3 


6,238.1 


592 4 


480 6 


1,687.5 


1.869.3 


15,376.2 


F 


2075 


41 8 


392 5 


297 2 


3.438.2 


6,321 


594 2 


4856 


1,690.5 


1,867.4 


15,389.2 


M 


208.1 


43.5 


4009 


2990 


3.591 4 


6,402.4 


608.1 


5097 


1,692.8 


1.924.3 


15,737.6 


A 


201.7 


45.6 


410.5 


3049 


3.6795 


6,529.6 


6104 


5068 


1,669 1 


1.928.2 


15,945.1 


M 


2286 


47.8 


428.5 


324 8 


3,838.6 


6,715.7 


633 9 


531.7 


1,703.7 


2,001.9 


16.5170 


J 


247.3 


52.8 


443.0 


334 8 


4.009.6 


6.9653 


657.1 


5632 


1.763 2 


2,046.8 


17,151.7 


J 


247.4 


52.2 


4470 


3392 


3,9404 


6,898.0 


6536 


5356 


1,751.1 


1,922.0 


16.859.1 


A 


2456 


538 


4525 


343.1 


3.898.6 


6.836.1 


652 1 


541.3 


1,769.6 


1.9128 


16,782.9 


S 


247.3 


54.5 


4520 


338 1 


3.956.5 


6,9940 


661.2 


5675 


1,774.9 


2,042.1 


17,167.5 


O 


237 2 


51.6 


442.7 


3350 


3,973.8 


6,9826 


6634 


561.7 


1,750.6 


1,987 1 


17,061.1 


N 


234 8 


50.2 


444.1 


331.6 


3.945.7 


6,985.3 


651.5 


551.5 


1,723 2 


1.900.5 


16.889 3 


D 


2280 


48.2 


4450 


323 6 


3,976.0 


6.881.5 


653.5 


542.0 


1,698.5 


1,890.6 


16,755.3 


1984 J 


224.4 


465 


436.1 


3193 


3.843.8 


6,918.8 


651.4 


527.2 


1,689.9 


1.877.0 


16,603.2 


F 


2277 


46.4 


437.1 


317.3 


3,856.0 


6,921.7 


647.0 


5275 


1,679.8 


1.833.2 


16,563.2 


M 


227.3 


47.2 


439.6 


318.8 


3,880.4 


6.9287 


652.1 


532 9 


1,663.3 


1.830.5 


16,592.2 


A 


233.3 


48.3 


449 1 


3269 


3,943.5 


7.057.8 


662.1 


5483 


1 .668.8 


1.911.6 


16.9198 


M 


2423 


51.6 


4709 


352 2 


4.073.5 


7,250.0 


686 4 


571.7 


1,716.6 


1.994.6 


17.483 9 


J 


2604 


55.5 


4852 


366 3 


4.188.6 


7,514.5 


702 8 


591.0 


1.743.7 


2,034.9 


18,021.5 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


2224 


45.3 


4062 


296 3 


3,675.9 


6,325.6 


6124 


487 7 


1.709.9 


1,884.9 


15,728.6 


A 


2126 


44.9 


3990 


306 4 


3.636.5 


6,221.7 


599 6 


515.3 


1.724 7 


1,763.5 


15,486 9 


S 


2184 


45.6 


4032 


2948 


3.683.0 


6.2537 


605 2 


512.4 


1.723 7 


1.851.0 


15,652.8 


o 


2234 


44.8 


401.4 


3055 


3.670.1 


6,260.5 


604.5 


512.0 


1.735 6 


1.877.1 


15.695.1 


N 


223 6 


45.4 


4063 


309 2 


3.693 6 


6,286.3 


603 7 


511.2 


1.712.4 


1,889.2 


15,740 6 


D 


227.8 


46.6 


411.1 


3100 


3,782.9 


6,442.9 


617.9 


510.3 


1,753.2 


1,891 7 


16.053.5 


1983 J 


222.1 


47.2 


407.4 


312.1 


3,598.2 


6,385.2 


6140 


507.7 


1.733.3 


1.932.1 


15,816.9 


F 


219.1 


467 


408 8 


312.1 


3,514.3 


6.455.3 


6126 


5098 


1.724.8 


1,919.1 


15,780.2 


M 


2199 


478 


416.0 


3129 


3,660.7 


6.515.2 


621.8 


5290 


1,724.4 


1,928.5 


16,037 6 


A 


210.1 


49.3 


4199 


315.3 


3,730.5 


6,574.3 


621.5 


517.6 


1,718.7 


1.931.2 


16,150.0 


M 


2256 


470 


4226 


3192 


3,801.3 


6,659.1 


6279 


5205 


1,715.3 


1.965.6 


16.367 7 


J 


231.6 


48.8 


4282 


321.0 


3,897 8 


6.759.8 


6337 


533.9 


1,728.9 


1.979.3 


16.630 


J 


2283 


47,1 


431.3 


324 8 


3,931.1 


6,822.5 


641 4 


531.4 


1.719.6 


1,970.5 


16,717.1 


A 


2329 


48.1 


4403 


3304 


3,8838 


6,809.9 


6403 


535.7 


1,729.2 


1.965.3 


16,689.0 


S 


237.2 


50.2 


4406 


327 2 


3,875.3 


6,871.0 


6450 


543.7 


1.722 7 


1.966.5 


16,751.5 


o 


2343 


502 


437.4 


3290 


3.882.1 


6,895.9 


652.1 


5440 


1,711.7 


1,924.9 


16.732.8 


N 


2389 


51.1 


445.4 


331.3 


3,927.6 


6,9694 


654 4 


548.8 


1,713.1 


1,874.0 


16,825 4 


D 


240.1 


51.2 


453 2 


334.9 


4.058.9 


7,031.9 


6667 


555.4 


1,732 9 


1,935.9 


17,1337 


1984 J 


2409 


51.4 


4523 


3332 


3.935.8 


7.080 6 


6754 


5568 


1,735 3 


1.940.7 


17,081.3 


F 


2402 


51.9 


4550 


3330 


3,936.9 


7.065.9 


666 7 


553.2 


1,713.5 


1,884.4 


16,983.1 


M 


2400 


51.8 


4559 


3335 


3,955.0 


7,050.0 


666 6 


5532 


1.694.1 


1,835.2 


16,926.1 


A 


242.5 


52.1 


4592 


337 7 


3,997.3 


7.102.6 


6736 


5595 


1,718.2 


1,914.3 


17.145.0 


M 


2390 


50.8 


464.2 


345 9 


4,033.2 


7.186.9 


6798 


559.3 


1,728.8 


1,957.6 


17,310.0 


J 


2436 


51.3 


468.9 


351.2 


4,070.5 


7,290.6 


677.5 


560.1 


1,709.9 


1.967.6 


17.464 8 



'Includes Yukon, Northwest Territories and Canadian residents abroad 
Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



36 



October 1984 

Table 2: Wages and Salaries by Industry, and Supplementary Labour Income, Canada, 
based on the 1960 standard classification (million dollars) 



Section 4— Table 2 















Trans- 




























portation, 




Finance, 




Public' 


Total 


Supple- 




Year 












communi- 




insurance 




admin 


wages 


mentary 


Total 


and 








Manu- 


Con- 


cation and 




and real 




and 


and 


labour 


labour 


month 


Agriculture 2 


Forestry 


Mining 


facturing 


struction 


utilities 


Trade 


estate 


Service 


defence 


salaries 


income 


income 


D 


5249 


5252 


5253 


5254 


5255 


5256 


5257 


5260 


5261 


5266 


5248 


5271 


5247 


D 


5274 


5277 


5278 


5279 


5280 


5281 


5282 


5285 


5286 


5291 


5273 


5296 


5272 


1982 


1 ,839 


1,567.3 


5,741.3 


39,096.0 


11,610.9 


21,352.0 


23,3084 


13,707 


51,818.1 


18,180.7 


188.220.8 


19,373.3 


207.594.1 


1983 


1,960.6 


1,792.6 


5,647.8 


41,485.5 


11,388.3 


22,353.4 


24,0473 


14,6135 


54,619 4 


19,7236 


197,631.8 


21.330 8 


218.9626 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 J 


218.8 


143.3 


494.1 


3,384.0 


1,007.7 


1,822.7 


1 ,936.3 


1,145.8 


4,153.5 


1,566.2 


15,872.5 


1,640.7 


17.513.2 


A 


244.9 


145.2 


450.1 


3.2242 


947.4 


1,816.1 


1,910.7 


1,140.8 


4,1004 


1.602.8 


15.582.6 


1.610.3 


17.1929 


S 


218.9 


1563 


4496 


3,248.6 


1,082.3 


1,834.0 


1,918.9 


1,140.9 


4,438.9 


1.560.3 


16,048 7 


1,660.2 


17,708 9 


O 


172.7 


150 4 


451.9 


3,182.1 


1,128.2 


1,790.5 


1,935.4 


1,145.2 


4.5033 


1.553.9 


16.013.7 


1,657.0 


17,670 7 


N 


138.2 


125.4 


4436 


3,146.1 


1.015.0 


1,786.1 


1,950.8 


1.154.2 


4.477 5 


1,565.7 


15,802.6 


1,635.9 


17,438.6 


D 


119.9 


103 8 


439.9 


3,110.3 


8568 


1.807.1 


2.0079 


1,184.4 


4,4745 


1.596.8 


15,701 4 


1.625.9 


17.327 3 


1983 J 


89.7 


113.3 


438 9 


3,158 1 


801 9 


1,772 7 


1,935.6 


1.175.4 


4,3378 


1.552.9 


15,376 2 


1.650.7 


17,026 8 


F 


90.6 


1248 


4462 


3,205.6 


7936 


1,768.0 


1,907.2 


1,170.3 


4,313.1 


1.569.9 


15,389.2 


1,648.4 


17,037 6 


M 


1063 


117.5 


4485 


3,2505 


788 5 


1,798.5 


1 .926.8 


1.183.7 


4,505.0 


1.6123 


15,737.6 


1.689.3 


17.427 


A 


124.3 


111.1 


446 6 


3,353.8 


874.2 


1.799.0 


1.941 1 


1,195.1 


4.5025 


1.597.6 


15,945 1 


1.713.8 


17,658 8 


M 


163.8 


133.6 


4628 


3,4758 


9554 


1,844.0 


1,994 4 


1,214.7 


4,635.7 


1.636.7 


16,5170 


1.776 5 


18.2935 


J 


198.5 


1699 


486 .1 


3,610.1 


1,060.6 


1,913.8 


2,048.0 


1,239.8 


4,7347 


1.690.2 


17,151.7 


1,858.4 


19,0101 


J 


233 3 


171.3 


471 1 


3.6176 


1,093.4 


1,900.3 


2.017.1 


1,256.8 


4,3922 


1,706.0 


16,859 .1 


1,825.9 


18.685 1 


A 


2590 


173.1 


488.0 


3,568.1 


1.097.3 


1,908.6 


2,014.1 


1,244.1 


4,331.1 


1.699.5 


16,782.9 


1.816.3 


18.5992 


S 


235.3 


1896 


4844 


3,5936 


1.093.5 


1,919.6 


2,0345 


1,247 


4,7006 


1 .669.4 


17,167.5 


1,857.5 


19.025 


O 


183.3 


178.0 


491.8 


3,600.1 


1,036.3 


1,907.2 


2,051 4 


1,225 6 


4,736.6 


1,650.8 


17,061.1 


1,847.6 


18.908.7 


N 


147.5 


161 2 


498.1 


3,560.8 


949 


1,895.3 


2,062.9 


1 .227 7 


4,7372 


1.649.6 


16.889.3 


1.829.1 


18.7183 


D 


129.1 


149.4 


485.4 


3,491.4 


844,6 


1.926.3 


2,114.2 


1,233 3 


4,6929 


1,688.7 


16,755.3 


1.817.3 


18.5726 


1984 J 


94.7 


150.4 


4952 


3,499.0 


793.1 


1,902.0 


2,0250 


1.265.4 


4,727.2 


1,651.3 


16.603 2 


1.792 7 


18.3958 


F 


96.7 


143.5 


4894 


3,4560 


794 2 


1.893.5 


1,997.9 


1.266.1 


4,745.6 


1,680.3 


16,563.2 


1,788.9 


18.352.1 


M 


112.5 


123.7 


477.0 


3.415.2 


7994 


1,896.7 


2,024.2 


1,256.1 


4,7995 


1.687.9 


16,592.2 


1.792 8 


18,385 


A 


131.8 


129.7 


477.3 


3.491.4 


8492 


1,935.2 


2,0736 


1,278.1 


4,8548 


1.698.8 


16,919.8 


1.828.2 


18,747 9 


M 


175.5 


149.9 


489 2 


3,611.9 


9496 


1,977.7 


2,141.4 


1.325 9 


4,943 1 


1,719.9 


17,483.9 


1.889 1 


19.373 1 


J 


211 9 


178.0 


524 5 


3.728 1 


1,031.5 


2.001.7 


2,2179 


1,373.3 


5,0048 


1.749.8 


18,021 5 


1.946.7 


19,968 3 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 2 5 



1982 J 


154 8 


1302 


4824 


3.3764 


9136 


1,777.3 


1 ,940.0 


1.131.0 


4,336.2 


1.511.2 


15,753.1 


1,627.8 


17.380 9 


A 


154.0 


128.2 


446.8 


3.201 3 


829 1 


1,775.8 


1,924.3 


1,139.8 


4,356.7 


1.556.8 


15.512.8 


1,601.9 


17,114.7 


S 


156.7 


1299 


4530 


3.191 2 


930 1 


1,806.9 


1.923.3 


1.145.0 


4.383.4 


1.548.3 


15.667.7 


1,620.1 


17,2878 


O 


157.3 


132.1 


4549 


3,143 1 


9966 


1,780.3 


1.921.6 


1.158.4 


4,405.8 


1.562.6 


15,712.7 


1.623.6 


17,336.3 


N 


156 8 


120 6 


4469 


3.1550 


9537 


1,800.6 


1.929.1 


1.171.4 


4,411.7 


1.582.8 


15.728.6 


1.629.3 


17,357.9 


D 


159.5 


115.3 


452.2 


3.218.3 


9468 


1,858.0 


1,974.5 


1,206.3 


4,503.5 


1.604.7 


16,038.9 


1.662.2 


17.701.1 


1983 J 


155.1 


133.7 


442.0 


3,223.9 


9398 


1.804.5 


1,950.8 


1,168.7 


4,351.7 


1,588.5 


15,8308 


1.702.5 


17,533.4 


F 


157.8 


143.2 


446 2 


3,2558 


934 6 


1,805.0 


1 ,948.3 


1,171.3 


4.297.5 


1.604.6 


15,799.4 


1,699.0 


17,498.4 


M 


1585 


135.0 


4475 


3,279.5 


912.1 


1 ,834.5 


1,961.9 


1,174.6 


4.479.9 


1,635.7 


16,0644 


1,727.5 


17,791.9 


A 


162.2 


137.6 


452.8 


3,3485 


956.8 


1.826.5 


1,947.3 


1,191.3 


4.470.2 


1.627.9 


16,166.6 


1,739.2 


17,905 8 


M 


162.5 


138.9 


459.4 


3,427.7 


9540 


1,827.0 


1,980.8 


1.206.8 


4.558.3 


1.636.4 


16,3577 


1 .760.0 


18.117.7 


J 


165.5 


150.7 


472.1 


3,515.0 


9942 


1,857.6 


2.011.3 


1,223 2 


4.607.8 


1.654.2 


16.629.8 


1,798.6 


18.428.4 


J 


164.7 


157.8 


459.9 


3,611.8 


1,004.5 


1,854.4 


2,021.2 


1 .240.9 


4.581 7 


1.645.3 


16.716.6 


1.808.9 


18,525.5 


A 


1629 


154.7 


4848 


3,5466 


982 7 


1.866.6 


2,028.9 


1 .243.3 


4.599.6 


1.650.3 


16.682.5 


1,805.3 


18,487.8 


S 


167.7 


159.2 


487.7 


3,530.5 


950.8 


1,890.6 


2,040.0 


1,251.5 


4,642.2 


1.655.7 


16.741.0 


1,811.6 


18,552.6 





166 1 


157.7 


495.2 


3,5580 


9227 


1,896.7 


2,037.8 


1.240.3 


4.635.2 


1.659.5 


16.723.7 


1.809.2 


18,532.9 


N 


166.6 


156.9 


501.5 


3,572.4 


8968 


1,909.8 


2.040.4 


1.245.6 


4,669.5 


1.668.3 


16.809.4 


1,818.2 


18,627.6 


D 


171.1 


167.2 


498.7 


3,615.7 


9392 


1.980.3 


2,078.9 


1,256.1 


4,725.9 


1.697.2 


17.110.0 


1,850.7 


18,960 7 


1984 J 


165.7 


177.2 


4988 


3,572.3 


931.7 


1,936.4 


2.040.6 


1,258.2 


4,748.0 


1.689.4 


17,081.3 


1,843.6 


18,925 


F 


169 


165.3 


489.3 


3,5093 


9363 


1,932.8 


2,040.3 


1,267.3 


4.729.9 


1.717.0 


16.983 1 


1,833.0 


18.8161 


M 


1669 


142.4 


476.0 


3,4460 


9257 


1,934.1 


2,061.1 


1,246.7 


4,773.6 


1,712.6 


16,926 1 


1.826.9 


18.752.9 


A 


171.4 


160.2 


4836 


3.4845 


9286 


1,964.5 


2,079.7 


1,274.1 


4,821.3 


1.730.0 


17,1450 


1,850.5 


18.995 4 


M 


172.3 


155.0 


485.6 


3,5606 


948 


1,959.0 


2,126.6 


1,317.2 


4.861.0 


1,719.4 


17,310.0 


1.868.3 


19,178.3 


J 


175.5 


156.7 


509.8 


3,6282 


9658 


1,942.8 


2,177.9 


1,355.1 


4,870.0 


1,712.7 


17.464.8 


1,885.0 


19.349 8 



'Excludes military pay and allowances 'Includes fishing and trapping 

Note Estimates may not add to totals due to rounding 

Source: Estimates of Labour Income (72-005), Statistics Canada. 



37 



Section 4— Table 3 

Table 3: Labour force characteristics of the population 15 years of age and over (thousands of persons) 

Annual 
average 
and 
month 

D 

D 

1982 
1983 



October 1984 



Population 

15 years 

ot age 

and over 


Total 
labour 
torce 


Employed 


Unemployed 


Not in the 
labour 
torce 


Participation 
rate' 


Unemployment 
rate 2 


767284 


767285 
767606 


767286 
767608 


767287 
767609 


769732 


767288 

767610 


767289 

76761 1 


18.664 
18,917 


1 1 ,958 
12,183 


10,644 

10,734 


1,314 

1,448 


6,706 
6,735 


64 1 
644 


11.0 

11.9 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 o 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



18,744 


1 1 .986 


10,584 


18,764 


1 1 .876 


10,423 


18.783 


11,831 


10,321 


18.806 


11,745 


10,133 


18,829 


11.816 


10,212 


18,848 


1 1 .983 


10,309 


18,868 


11.991 


10,410 


18,892 


12.278 


10,776 


18,911 


12.535 


11,073 


18,928 


12,684 


1 1 ,269 


18,950 


12,645 


1 1 ,270 


18,968 


12.221 


10,952 


18,985 


12.155 


10,901 


19,003 


12.089 


10,792 


19.020 


12.049 


10,713 


19.041 


11.916 


10,443 


19,063 


12.032 


10.557 


19,080 


12.135 


10,595 


19.101 


12.138 


10,670 


19.118 


12.474 


11,014 


19,136 


12.678 


11.316 


19.159 


12.889 


1 1 ,563 


19.177 


12.863 


11.515 


19.196 


12.526 


11,163 



1,402 


6.757 


1,453 


6.888 


1,510 


6,952 


1,611 


7,062 


1,604 


7.013 


1,674 


6.865 


1,582 


6.876 


1,502 


6,614 


1,462 


6.376 


1,415 


6.244 


1,375 


6,305 


1,269 


6.746 


1,253 


6.831 


1,297 


6,914 


1,336 


6,971 


1,473 


7,125 


1,476 


7,031 


1.541 


6.945 


1.468 


6,963 


1.460 


6,644 


1,362 


6.457 


1,326 


6,271 


1,347 


6.315 


1.363 


6.670 



639 
633 
63.0 

62.5 
628 
636 
636 
65.0 

66 3 
67.0 
66.7 
64.4 
640 
63.6 
63.3 

62.6 
63.1 
636 
635 
65.2 
663 
67.3 

67 1 
653 



11.7 
12.2 
128 

137 
13.6 
14.0 
13.2 
122 
11.7 
11.2 
10.9 
104 
10.3 
10.7 
11.1 

12.4 
12.3 
127 
12.1 
11.7 
107 
10.3 
10.5 
10.9 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

MOD. 



1982 O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



12.050 


10,513 


1,537 


12,010 


10.485 


1,525 


12,039 


10.499 


1,540 


12,002 


10,516 


1,486 


12.056 


10,549 


1,507 


12.087 


10.572 


1,515 


12,139 


10.637 


1,502 


12,193 


10.696 


1,497 


12,225 


10.747 


1,478 


12,258 


10.804 


1,454 


12,243 


10.817 


1,426 


12,234 


10.851 


1,383 


12.192 


10.831 


1,361 


12,221 


10,859 


1.362 


12,267 


10,902 


1.365 


12.229 


10,855 


1,374 


12,304 


10,909 


1,395 


12,277 


10,878 


1,399 


12,300 


10,903 


1,397 


12,368 


10,926 


1,442 


12,354 


10,975 


1.379 


12,422 


11,061 


1,361 


12,432 


11.041 


1,391 


12,517 


1 1 ,045 


1,472 



64,3 
64.0 
64.1 

63.8 
64.0 
64 .1 
64.3 
645 
64.6 
648 
64.6 
64.5 
64.2 
64.3 
64.5 

64.2 
64.5 
64.3 
64.4 
64.7 
646 
648 
648 
652 



128 
127 
12.8 

124 
125 
12.5 
12.4 
12.3 
12.1 
11.9 
11.6 
11.3 
11.2 
11.1 
11.1 

11.2 
11 3 
11.4 
114 
11.7 
11.2 
11.0 
11.2 
11.8 



'The labour force as a percentage of the population 15 years of age and over The participation rate for a particular group (age, sex etc ) is the labour torce in that group expressed 
as a percentage of the population for thai group 'The unemployed as a percentage of the labour force. The unemployment rate for a particular group (age. sex etc.) is the unem- 
ployed in that group expressed as a percentage of the labour force for that group Seasonally-adjusted rates are calculated by dividing seasonally-adjusted unemployment by the sum of 
seasonally-adjusted employment and seasonally-adjusted unemployment (i.e. seasonally-adjusted labour force by summation) 

Note Excludes inmates of institutions, members of the armed services. Indians living on reserves and residents ot the Yukon and Northwest Territories The estimates are derived from 
a sample survey and are subject to sampling error In general, the smaller the estimate, the larger is the relative sampling error For other explanatory material see notes at the end of 
Catalogue No 71-001 
Source: The Labour Force (71-001), monthly. 



38 



October 1984 

Table 4: Selected series* by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) 



Section 4— Table 4 



Annual 
average 
and 
month 










Table 4.1: Employed 












Total 






15-24 years 






25 years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


D 
D 


767286 
767608 


767418 
767683 


767550 
767750 


767296 
767620 


767428 
767695 


767560 
767762 


767258 
767584 


767386 
767654 


767518 
767728 


1982 
1983 


10,644 
10,734 


6.254 
6,240 


4.390 
4.495 


2,398 
2,337 


1.235 
1.196 


1,164 
1,141 


8.245 
8.397 


5,019 
5.044 


3.226 
3,354 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 O 


10,584 


6,206 


4,378 


2.283 


1,180 


1,103 


8.302 


5,026 


3,275 


N 


10,423 


6.082 


4,341 


2,243 


1,144 


1,099 


8.180 


4.938 


3,243 


D 


10,321 


5.971 


4,350 


2,206 


1.094 


1,112 


8.115 


4,877 


3,238 


1983 J 


10.133 


5.841 


4,292 


2,106 


1,037 


1.069 


8.027 


4.804 


3,223 


F 


10,212 


5,884 


4,328 


2,124 


1.046 


1.078 


8,088 


4.838 


3.250 


M 


10.309 


5,944 


4,364 


2,140 


1,055 


1,085 


8,168 


4,889 


3.279 


A 


10,410 


6.008 


4,401 


2,135 


1.063 


1,072 


8.275 


4.946 


3.329 


M 


10,776 


6,262 


4,514 


2,344 


1.203 


1,141 


8,432 


5.059 


3,373 


J 


1 1 ,073 


6.457 


4.616 


2,551 


1.329 


1.222 


8.521 


5.128 


3.394 


J 


1 1 ,269 


6.621 


4,648 


2,781 


1,462 


1.318 


8.489 


5.159 


3.330 


A 


11.270 


6,629 


4,641 


2,736 


1,444 


1,291 


8.535 


5.185 


3.350 


S 


1 0.952 


6,419 


4,533 


2,320 


1.222 


1.099 


8,632 


5,197 


3.434 


o 


10.901 


6,368 


4,534 


2,300 


1,196 


1.104 


8,601 


5,171 


3.430 


N 


10.792 


6,266 


4,525 


2,265 


1.165 


1.099 


8,527 


5.101 


3.426 


D 


10.713 


6.175 


4,538 


2,241 


1.128 


1.113 


8.472 


5,047 


3.425 


1984 J 


10.443 


6.002 


4.441 


2,128 


1.067 


1,061 


8.315 


4.935 


3.380 


F 


10,557 


6.058 


4,498 


2,175 


1.086 


1,088 


8.382 


4,972 


3.410 


M 


10,595 


6.062 


4,532 


2,186 


1,094 


1,092 


8,408 


4.968 


3.440 


A 


10,670 


6.144 


4,526 


2.199 


1,113 


1,086 


8.471 


5.031 


3.440 


M 


11.014 


6,381 


4,632 


2,402 


1,252 


1.150 


8.611 


5.129 


3,482 


J 


11,316 


6,609 


4,707 


2,588 


1.378 


1,210 


8.728 


5.231 


3.498 


J 


1 1 ,563 


6.789 


4,774 


2.832 


1.523 


1.309 


8.731 


5.266 


3.464 


A 


11,515 


6.745 


4,770 


2,766 


1.483 


1.283 


8.750 


5.262 


3.487 


S 


11,163 


6.501 


4,662 


2.326 


1.238 


1.088 


8.837 


5.263 


3.573 


Adjusted for 


seasonal variation 


















M.C.D. 
















4 


4 


1982 O 


10.513 


6,145 


4,368 


2,327 


1,193 


1.134 


8.186 


4.952 


3,234 


N 


10,485 


6,121 


4,364 


2,321 


1,185 


1.136 


8.164 


4.936 


3.228 


D 


10,499 


6.112 


4.387 


2.312 


1,171 


1.141 


8,187 


4.941 


3.246 


1983 J 


10,516 


6,116 


4.400 


2,308 


1,171 


1.137 


8.208 


4.945 


3,263 


F 


10.549 


6,134 


4,415 


2,310 


1.171 


1.139 


8.239 


4.963 


3,276 


M 


10,572 


6,158 


4,414 


2.306 


1.172 


1,134 


8,266 


4.986 


3,280 


A 


10,637 


6,178 


4,459 


2.290 


1.160 


1,130 


8,347 


5,018 


3.329 


M 


1 0,696 


6,218 


4.478 


2.324 


1.188 


1,136 


8,372 


5,030 


3.342 


J 


10,747 


6,239 


4.508 


2,346 


1,201 


1,145 


8,401 


5.038 


3,363 


J 


10,804 


6.272 


4,532 


2.372 


1.213 


1.159 


8,432 


5.059 


3.373 


A 


10.817 


6,284 


4,533 


2,361 


1,211 


1.150 


8.456 


5,073 


3.383 


S 


10,851 


6,313 


4,538 


2,362 


1.220 


1.142 


8.489 


5.093 


3.396 


O 


10,831 


6,305 


4,526 


2.346 


1.209 


1.137 


8.485 


5.096 


3.389 


N 


10,859 


6,309 


4,550 


2.343 


1,207 


1,136 


8.516 


5,102 


3,414 


D 


10.902 


6.325 


4,577 


2.350 


1.209 


1,141 


8.552 


5.116 


3.436 


1984 J 


10,855 


6.298 


4,557 


2.339 


1.209 


1,130 


8,516 


5,089 


3,427 


F 


10,909 


6.321 


4,588 


2.363 


1,217 


1,146 


8.546 


5,104 


3,442 


M 


10,878 


6.289 


4,589 


2.358 


1,216 


1,142 


8.520 


5.073 


3,447 


A 


10,903 


6,316 


4.587 


2.361 


1,216 


1,145 


8.542 


5.100 


3.442 


M 


10.926 


6,331 


4.595 


2,377 


1.232 


1,145 


8.549 


5.099 


3.450 


J 


10,975 


6,376 


4,599 


2,373 


1,239 


1,134 


8.602 


5,137 


3.465 


J 


11,061 


6,412 


4,649 


2.404 


1.257 


1,147 


8.657 


5.155 


3.502 


A 


11,041 


6,384 


4,657 


2,381 


1.239 


1,142 


8.660 


5.145 


3.515 


S 


1 1 .045 


6,384 


4,661 


2,367 


1.234 


1,133 


8,678 


5,150 


3,528 



See tootnotes. Table 3 

* In addition to the selected Labour Force information published here, there are approximately 2.100 Labour Force series available on CANSIM The series provide 

basic labour force characteristics, by geographic area, age, sex and marital status 



39 



Section 4— Table 4 Continued 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons)"/ continued 



October 1984 













Table 4 2 Unemployed 












Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 






25 


years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


D 

D 


767287 
767609 


767419 
767684 


767551 
767751 


767297 
767621 


767429 
767696 


767561 
767565 


767259 
767585 




767387 

767655 


767519 
767729 



1982 
1983 



1.314 


778 


537 


555 


331 


224 


759 


447 


313 


1.448 


859 


590 


579 


345 


234 


869 


514 


355 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 

s 
o 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D 



1982 O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



1.402 


820 


582 


573 


330 


243 


829 


490 


339 


1,453 


865 


587 


562 


329 


233 


891 


537 


354 


1.510 


937 


574 


578 


360 


218 


932 


577 


355 


1,611 


999 


613 


614 


379 


235 


997 


620 


377 


1.604 


993 


611 


612 


379 


234 


992 


614 


377 


1.674 


1.032 


642 


656 


407 


248 


1.018 


625 


394 


1,582 


972 


610 


616 


384 


232 


966 


588 


377 


1,502 


902 


600 


630 


375 


255 


872 


528 


345 


1,462 


857 


605 


624 


360 


264 


838 


497 


341 


1.415 


831 


584 


622 


366 


256 


793 


465 


328 


1,375 


774 


601 


564 


328 


236 


811 


446 


365 


1,269 


694 


575 


506 


278 


228 


763 


416 


347 


1,253 


696 


558 


494 


273 


220 


760 


422 


337 


1,297 


752 


545 


504 


299 


205 


793 


453 


340 


1,336 


804 


532 


510 


315 


194 


827 


489 


338 


1,473 


894 


579 


546 


331 


214 


927 


563 


364 


1,476 


889 


586 


538 


323 


215 


937 


566 


371 


1,541 


932 


609 


557 


338 


219 


984 


594 


390 


1.468 


884 


583 


540 


332 


208 


928 


553 


375 


1.460 


846 


614 


574 


331 


243 


886 


515 


371 


1.362 


764 


599 


531 


296 


235 


832 


468 


364 


1,326 


731 


595 


539 


301 


239 


787 


430 


357 


1.347 


726 


622 


493 


271 


222 


854 


455 


399 


1.363 


719 


644 


492 


252 


240 


871 


467 


404 



1.537 


944 


593 


626 


379 


247 


911 


565 


346 


1,525 


922 


603 


606 


360 


246 


919 


562 


357 


1,540 


931 


609 


616 


372 


244 


924 


559 


365 


1,486 


878 


608 


596 


353 


243 


890 


525 


365 


1.507 


895 


612 


604 


360 


244 


903 


535 


368 


1.515 


891 


624 


610 


364 


246 


905 


527 


378 


1,502 


892 


610 


613 


369 


244 


889 


523 


366 


1,497 


892 


605 


609 


362 


247 


888 


530 


358 


1,478 


885 


593 


582 


344 


238 


896 


541 


355 


1,454 


875 


579 


574 


344 


230 


880 


531 


349 


1,426 


852 


574 


565 


340 


225 


861 


512 


349 


1,383 


811 


572 


553 


324 


229 


830 


487 


343 


1,361 


794 


567 


537 


314 


223 


824 


480 


344 


1,362 


801 


561 


546 


328 


218 


816 


473 


343 


1,365 


798 


567 


545 


325 


220 


820 


473 


347 


1,374 


799 


575 


537 


314 


223 


837 


485 


352 


1.395 


808 


587 


536 


311 


225 


859 


497 


362 


1.399 


813 


586 


524 


306 


218 


875 


507 


368 


1,397 


814 


583 


537 


317 


220 


860 


497 


363 


1,442 


833 


609 


548 


318 


230 


894 


515 


379 


1.379 


791 


588 


497 


287 


210 


882 


504 


378 


1.361 


768 


593 


497 


283 


214 


864 


485 


379 


1.391 


794 


597 


495 


282 


213 


896 


512 


384 


1.472 


833 


639 


533 


294 


239 


939 


539 


400 



See tootnotes. Table 3 



40 



October 1984 

Table 4: Selected series by sex and main age group (thousands of persons) /continued 



Section 4— Table 4/Continued 











Table 


4 3 


Participation 


rates 1 












Annual 
average 
and 
month 




Total 






15-24 years 








25 


years and over 




Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 




Women 


Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


D 

D 


767288 
767610 


767420 
767685 


767552 
767752 


767298 
767622 




767430 
767697 




767562 
767763 


767261 
767586 




767389 
767656 


767521 
767730 


1982 
1983 


64.1 
64.4 


77.0 
76.7 


51.7 
52.6 


65.8 
66.1 




69.3 
692 




62.3 
62.8 


635 
639 




79.5 
79.1 


48.5 
496 



Unadjusted tor seasonal variation 



1982 O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



639 


76.6 


51.8 


639 


67.1 


60.7 


64.0 


79.7 


49.2 


63.3 


75.6 


51 4 


628 


65.5 


60 1 


63.4 


78.9 


48.8 


63.0 


75.1 


51 3 


62.5 


64.7 


60.2 


63.2 


78.5 


487 


62.5 


743 


51.1 


61.1 


63 .1 


59.1 


62.9 


77.9 


48 7 


62.8 


74.6 


51.4 


61.6 


63.7 


59.5 


63.1 


78.2 


489 


63.6 


75.6 


52.0 


630 


65.4 


60.6 


63.8 


78.9 


49.5 


63.6 


75.6 


52.0 


62 1 


64.7 


59.3 


64.0 


79 1 


49.8 


65.0 


77.5 


53.0 


67.2 


70.7 


636 


64.3 


79 7 


499 


66.3 


79 1 


54.1 


71 9 


75.8 


67.9 


64.6 


80.1 


50.0 


670 


80.5 


54 .1 


77.1 


82.2 


72.0 


63.9 


79.9 


489 


66.7 


79.9 


54.2 


74.9 


79.8 


699 


64.2 


79.9 


49.6 


64.4 


76.7 


52.7 


64.3 


67.6 


609 


64.5 


79.5 


50.4 


64.0 


76 1 


52.5 


63.6 


66.4 


60.8 


64 .1 


79.1 


50.1 


63.6 


755 


52.2 


63.1 


66.2 


600 


638 


78.4 


50.0 


63.3 


75.0 


52.2 


62.8 


65.3 


60.3 


63.5 


78.0 


49.9 


62.6 


74.0 


51.6 


61 2 


63.4 


58.9 


63.0 


77,4 


495 


63.1 


74.5 


52.2 


62.2 


64.0 


60.3 


63.4 


77.8 


49.9 


63.6 


75.0 


52.7 


630 


65.1 


60 8 


63 8 


78.0 


50.5 


63.5 


752 


52.4 


63.0 


658 


60.1 


637 


78 1 


50 1 


65.2 


773 


53.7 


686 


72.2 


648 


64.3 


78.9 


50.6 


66.3 


788 


54.3 


71.9 


76.4 


67.3 


64.6 


79.5 


50.6 


67.3 


803 


54.8 


77.9 


83.4 


72.3 


64.2 


79.3 


50.0 


67.1 


797 


55.0 


75.4 


803 


70.4 


64.6 


79.5 


50.7 


65.3 


769 


54.1 


65.3 


683 


62.2 


652 


79.5 


51.8 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 

M.C.D. 



1982 o 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



64.3 


77.3 


51.8 


66.1 


698 


623 


637 


797 


48.7 


64.0 


76.7 


51.8 


656 


68.7 


62.4 


635 


79.3 


487 


64.1 


76.6 


52.1 


65.7 


68.7 


62.6 


636 


79.2 


48.9 


63.8 


760 


52.2 


65.2 


68.0 


62.5 


63.4 


78.6 


49.1 


64.0 


76.3 


52.3 


656 


684 


62.7 


63.5 


78.8 


49.2 


64 .1 


76.4 


52.3 


65.7 


68.7 


62.7 


63.6 


78.9 


49.3 


64.3 


76.6 


52.6 


655 


68.4 


625 


64.0 


79.2 


49.7 


64.5 


76.9 


52.7 


66.3 


69.5 


63.0 


640 


79.3 


49.6 


64.6 


77.0 


528 


66.3 


69.4 


63.1 


64.2 


79.4 


49.8 


64.8 


77.2 


52.9 


66.8 


70.0 


63.5 


64.1 


79.5 


49.8 


64.6 


77.0 


52.8 


66.4 


698 


63.0 


64 1 


79.2 


49.8 


64.5 


76.8 


52.7 


66.3 


696 


629 


640 


79.0 


498 


642 


76.4 


52.5 


65.7 


688 


62.5 


638 


78.8 


49.6 


643 


76.5 


526 


65 9 


69.4 


62.3 


63.8 


78.7 


49.9 


64 5 


76.6 


52.9 


66.1 


69.4 


62.7 


64.0 


78.8 


50.1 


642 


762 


52.8 


65.8 


69.0 


62.5 


63.8 


784 


500 


64.5 


76.5 


53.1 


66.4 


694 


63.4 


64.0 


787 


50.2 


643 


76.1 


53.1 


662 


69.2 


63.1 


638 


78.2 


50.3 


64.4 


76.3 


53.0 


66.7 


698 


634 


63.7 


78.3 


50.0 


647 


76.6 


53.3 


67.4 


70.7 


64.0 


639 


78.5 


50.2 


64.6 


76.6 


53.0 


66.2 


69.7 


62.7 


64 .1 


78.7 


50.3 


64.6 


76.6 


53.5 


67.0 


70.4 


63.6 


64.2 


78.5 


50.7 


64.8 


76.5 


536 


66.6 


69.7 


63.4 


643 


78.6 


50.9 


65.2 


769 


540 


672 


70.1 


643 


646 


79.0 


51.2 



See footnotes, Table 3 



41 



Section 
Table 4 


4— Table 4 /Concluded 
Selected series by sex 


and main 


age group 


(thousands of persons)/concluded 








October 1984 














Table 4 4 Unemployment 


rates 1 








Annual 
average 
and 
month 








Total 






15-24 years 








25 years and over 






Both 
sexes 




Men 


Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 




Women 


Both 
sexes 


Men 


Women 



D 




767289 
76761 1 




767421 
767686 


767553 
767753 


767299 
767623 


767431 
767698 




767563 
767764 


767262 
767587 


767390 
767657 


767522 
767731 


1982 
1983 




11 
11.9 




11.1 

12.1 


10.9 

116 


18.8 
19.9 


21.1 
22.4 




16.1 
170 


8.4 
94 


82 
92 


8.8 
9.6 



Unadjusted for seasonal variation 



1982 o 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 

o 

N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



117 


117 


11.7 


20.1 


21.9 


18.1 


9 1 


8.9 


9.4 


12.2 


12.5 


11.9 


20.0 


22.3 


17.5 


9.8 


98 


98 


128 


13.6 


11.7 


20.8 


24.8 


16.4 


10.3 


10.6 


99 


13.7 


14.6 


12.5 


226 


26.8 


180 


110 


11.4 


105 


13.6 


144 


12.4 


22.4 


266 


178 


10.9 


11.3 


10.4 


140 


148 


12.8 


23.4 


27.8 


18.6 


11 1 


11.3 


10.7 


13.2 


13.9 


12.2 


22.4 


26.5 


178 


10.5 


10.6 


102 


12.2 


12.6 


11.7 


21.2 


23.7 


18.3 


9.4 


9.4 


9.3 


11.7 


11.7 


11.6 


19.7 


21 3 


178 


90 


8.8 


9.1 


11.2 


11.1 


11.2 


18.3 


20.0 


163 


8.5 


8.3 


9.0 


10.9 


10.5 


11.5 


17.1 


18.5 


15.4 


8.7 


7.9 


9.8 


10.4 


9.8 


11.3 


17.9 


18.5 


172 


8.1 


7.4 


92 


10.3 


9.8 


11.0 


17.7 


18.6 


16.6 


8 1 


7.6 


90 


10.7 


10.7 


10.7 


18.2 


20.4 


15.7 


8.5 


82 


90 


11.1 


11.5 


10.5 


18.5 


21.8 


149 


8.9 


88 


9.0 


12.4 


130 


11.5 


204 


23 7 


168 


10.0 


102 


9.7 


12.3 


12.8 


11.5 


19.8 


22.9 


16.5 


10.1 


10 2 


98 


12.7 


13.3 


11.8 


20.3 


23.6 


16.7 


105 


107 


10.2 


12.1 


12.6 


11.4 


19.7 


23.0 


16.1 


99 


99 


9.8 


11.7 


11.7 


11.7 


19.3 


20.9 


174 


9.3 


9.1 


96 


10.7 


10.4 


11.3 


17.0 


17.7 


16.2 


8.7 


8.2 


9.4 


10.3 


9.7 


11.1 


16.0 


16.5 


15.4 


8.3 


7.5 


9.3 


10.5 


9.7 


11.5 


15.1 


15.5 


14.8 


8.9 


80 


103 


10.9 


10.0 


12 1 


17.5 


16.9 


18.1 


9.0 


8.1 


10.2 



Adjusted for seasonal variation 
M.C.D. 



1982 O 
N 
D 

1983 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 
O 
N 
D 

1984 J 
F 
M 
A 
M 
J 
J 
A 
S 



12.8 


13.3 


12.0 


21.2 


24.1 


179 


10.0 


10.2 


9.7 


12.7 


13.1 


12.1 


20.7 


23.3 


17.8 


10.1 


10.2 


10.0 


12.8 


13.2 


12.2 


21.0 


24.1 


17,6 


10.1 


10.2 


101 


12.4 


12.6 


12.1 


20 5 


232 


17.6 


9.8 


96 


10.1 


12.5 


127 


12.2 


20.7 


23.5 


17.6 


9.9 


9.7 


10.1 


12.5 


126 


12.4 


20.9 


23.7 


17.8 


99 


9.6 


10.3 


12.4 


12.6 


12.0 


21.1 


24,1 


17.8 


9.6 


9.4 


99 


12.3 


12.5 


11.9 


208 


23.4 


17.9 


9.6 


9.5 


9.7 


12.1 


12.4 


11.6 


199 


22.3 


172 


9.6 


9.7 


9.5 


11.9 


12.2 


11.3 


19.5 


22.1 


16.6 


9.5 


9.5 


9.4 


11.6 


11.9 


11.2 


19.3 


21.9 


16.4 


9.2 


9.2 


9.4 


113 


11.4 


11.2 


19.0 


21 


16.7 


89 


8.7 


92 


11.2 


11.2 


11.1 


18.6 


20.6 


16.4 


89 


8.6 


9.2 


111 


11.3 


110 


18.9 


21.4 


16.1 


8.7 


85 


9.1 


11 1 


11.2 


11.0 


188 


21 2 


16.2 


8.7 


85 


9.2 


11.2 


11.3 


11.2 


18.7 


20.6 


165 


8.9 


8.7 


9.3 


11.3 


11.3 


11.3 


18.5 


20.4 


16.4 


9 1 


8.9 


9.5 


114 


11.4 


11.3 


18.2 


20.1 


160 


93 


9 1 


96 


114 


11.4 


11.3 


18.5 


20.7 


16.1 


9.1 


8.9 


9.5 


11.7 


11.6 


11.7 


18.7 


205 


16.7 


9.5 


92 


9.9 


11.2 


11.0 


11.3 


17.3 


18.8 


15.6 


9.3 


8.9 


98 


11.0 


10.7 


11.3 


17.1 


18.4 


15.7 


9.1 


8.6 


9.8 


11.2 


11.1 


11.4 


17.2 


18.5 


15.7 


9.4 


9.1 


98 


118 


11.5 


12.1 


18.4 


19.2 


17.4 


9.8 


9.5 


10.2 



See footnotes. Table 3 



42 



October 


1984 


















Section 4 


—Table 5 


Table 5: 


Labour force characteristics of the population 15 


years of age 


and over, 


by province (thousands of persons) 






Annual 
























average 










Table 5 


Labour force 










and 
month 
























Canada 


Nfld. 


PEI 


N.S 


N.B, 


Que 


Ont 


Man 


Sask 


Alta 


B.C. 


D 


767285 


767837 


767975 


768113 


768251 


768413 


768583 


768729 


768867 


769005 


769168 


D 


767606 


767899 


768037 


768175 


768313 


768475 


768645 


768791 


768929 


769067 


769230 


1982 


1 1 ,958 


209 


52 


361 


282 


2.998 


4,508 


496 


455 


1,227 


1,370 


I 1983 


12,183 


214 


55 


369 


290 


3.069 


4.570 


508 


470 


1,249 


1.389 


Unadjusted for seasonal 


variation 




















1982 


1 1 .986 


210 


53 


364 


285 


3,020 


4.498 


498 


459 


1,227 


1.372 


N 


1 1 ,876 


206 


52 


359 


275 


2,968 


4,481 


497 


454 


1,225 


1.359 


D 


11,831 


203 


51 


354 


272 


2.954 


4,465 


496 


449 


1.228 


1.359 


1983 J 


11.745 


191 


50 


348 


267 


2,924 


4,436 


493 


448 


1.225 


1.362 


F 


11,816 


199 


50 


350 


271 


2,958 


4.446 


494 


454 


1.231 


1.364 


M 


1 1 ,983 


205 


51 


358 


281 


3.003 


4.496 


498 


456 


1,244 


1.391 


A 


11,991 


208 


52 


355 


284 


3,004 


4.495 


500 


461 


1,243 


1,390 


M 


12.278 


221 


56 


369 


300 


3,093 


4,581 


515 


479 


1.264 


1.401 


J 


12.535 


234 


58 


377 


307 


3.185 


4,679 


519 


483 


1.271 


1,422 


J 


12,684 


243 


61 


389 


313 


3.199 


4,738 


524 


493 


1,290 


1,434 


A 


12,645 


234 


60 


390 


312 


3,173 


4,749 


522 


493 


1.283 


1.428 


S 


12,221 


219 


57 


374 


299 


3.093 


4.565 


511 


476 


1.243 


1.383 





12,155 


214 


56 


375 


289 


3.077 


4.557 


511 


475 


1.239 


1.363 


N 


12,089 


204 


55 


372 


280 


3.059 


4.552 


505 


467 


1.235 


1.361 


D 


12.049 


197 


53 


366 


273 


3,059 


4.540 


505 


460 


1.227 


1.369 


1984 J 


11.916 


195 


52 


361 


265 


3,007 


4,495 


502 


455 


1.220 


1.363 


F 


12,032 


203 


51 


365 


269 


3.054 


4,526 


505 


459 


1,234 


1.367 


M 


12,135 


214 


52 


371 


275 


3.079 


4,554 


505 


463 


1,244 


1.380 


A 


12.138 


210 


53 


374 


279 


3.059 


4.566 


511 


465 


1,228 


1.393 


M 


12,474 


222 


56 


387 


300 


3,154 


4,675 


520 


483 


1,264 


1,413 


J 


12,678 


236 


59 


399 


307 


3,226 


4,737 


521 


489 


1,274 


1,430 


J 


12.889 


251 


61 


412 


314 


3,245 


4,840 


529 


495 


1.294 


1,447 


A 


12,863 


243 


61 


416 


317 


3.197 


4.856 


530 


499 


1.291 


1.452 


S 


12,526 


235 


57 


400 


305 


3,143 


4,698 


515 


484 


1.261 


1.427 


Adjusted 


for seasonal variation 




















M.C.D 
























1982 


12,050 


209 


53 


361 


282 


3.027 


4,534 


498 


458 


1.237 


1.384 


N 


12,010 


212 


53 


361 


281 


2.998 


4,539 


501 


461 


1.240 


1.378 


D 


12,039 


218 


54 


361 


285 


3,007 


4,533 


503 


461 


1.253 


1,382 


1983 J 


12,002 


209 


54 


362 


286 


3.013 


4.504 


503 


463 


1.240 


1.378 


F 


12.056 


214 


54 


362 


289 


3.031 


4.516 


505 


468 


1.239 


1.378 


M 


12,087 


216 


54 


366 


293 


3,040 


4.538 


504 


466 


1.244 


1.389 


A 


12.139 


216 


54 


364 


292 


3.058 


4,548 


505 


467 


1,245 


1.398 


M 


12.193 


216 


54 


367 


293 


3.090 


4.567 


509 


471 


1,252 


1.390 


J 


12,225 


216 


55 


368 


292 


3.079 


4,561 


509 


471 


1.258 


1.400 


J 


12,258 


216 


55 


370 


292 


3.067 


4.585 


508 


471 


1,254 


1,398 


A 


12,243 


215 


55 


375 


291 


3.069 


4.600 


509 


474 


1,257 


1.392 


s 


12,234 


214 


56 


371 


289 


3,085 


4,590 


511 


473 


1,251 


1.395 





12,192 


212 


56 


373 


286 


3,078 


4,579 


512 


474 


1.250 


1.374 


N 


12,221 


211 


56 


374 


287 


3,092 


4,598 


510 


473 


1.250 


1.381 


D 


12,267 


210 


55 


373 


286 


3,116